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Our wonderful April sponsors + some guest posts we’re looking for

We’re so thankful for April’s sponsors:

iBloom is on a mission to inspire and empower every woman on the planet to live a life she loves — and ultimately live a life that honors God.  Click here to download our “10 Ways to Get Inspired” article. Sign up for the iBloom weekly email newsletter to receive receive ongoing inspiration and encouragement.

Karen at MommyLuvs2Save writes a column every day where she encourages her readers to join with her in sharing what they do everyday in an attempt to get debt-free. She has currently paid off over $115,000 in debt by saving money at the stores and finding extra ways to save and earn money towards ditching debt. You can win $50 by sharing your debt-free adventures.

Are you considering homeschooling but wonder if the costs are too high or maybe you’re currently homeschooling and are looking for ways to lower your costs? Check out the list of free homeschool resources in the How To Homeschool For Free section of Surviving The Stores! Be sure to enter your email address to sign up for the latest updates in the series, too.

We Love Deals is a free browser extension that tracks Amazon deals and gives you instant notifications when a new deal gets posted. They search high and low to provide you with the best prices on popular items. In addition, this month they’ll be giving out a brand new Kindle! Try the browser extension here.

Build A Menu is an online customizable menu-planning service. For $8/month, you get access to weekly recipes (with current store prices, so you’ll know what your groceries will cost each week) and an organized shopping list. You choose the store, mix and match the recipes, and put together a weekly meal plan that works for your family’s taste and budget. Join by April 21, 2012, and take advantage of their Spring BOGO sale.

YouSaveHere is Canada’s newest city guide to savings.  Their city directory lists trusted local businesses in your community, and their up and coming daily deals page will get you saving money on things you really need. Their goal is to introduce Canadians to reputable business owners that they can trust will do their best to satisfy their needs and save them money.

Want to be a featured monthly sponsor? Fill out the contact form here and we’ll send you more information and details.

Interested in Guest Posting on MoneySavingMom®?

We’re specifically looking for guest post submissions on the following topics right now:

::Testimonies of how using cash has changed the way you think about money/handle money.

::Testimonies from people who have recently started the process of getting on a budget.

::Testimonies of how a budget has changed your life.

::DIYs, We Paid Cash stories, and Ask the Reader questions.

Find our guest posting guidelines and submission details here. Please note that we have limited space for guest posts so we only accept some of those that are submitted.

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  1. Anna says

    I would like to see some guest posts on weight loss and/or exercise and budgeting a wardrobe as one “shrinks”. I have lost almost a 100 lbs on a budget and did not use any diet program (i.e. Weight Watchers) or have a membership to a gym. (I did lose weight under my physician’s care.) I also reinvented my wardrobe every few months on a budget by buying ahead and sticking to a minimal wardrobe when purchasing clothes as I changed sizes every few months. I would be interested in knowing how others stay in shape and eat healthy to lose weight and/or maintain their weight and how they exercise on a budget.

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