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Homemaking 101 will show young wives and mothers with small children how to efficiently and joyfully manage their homes and offer heavy doses of encouragement. Covering cleaning, cooking, budgeting, bill paying, child training, scheduling, blessing your husband, organizing, and so much more. Great for gifts for newly married brides or new moms.
Motherhood on a Dime is a frugal living blog composed of three sections: Kids, Deals, and Living. As a former teacher turned homeschooling mom, Stacie is always on the look-out for simple activities for kids and inexpensive ideas for learning. This month, you can also find her organizing for back-to-school in her Ten Days of Organizing Your Craft and School Supplies series.
Lauren Greutman has a passion for helping people saving money using coupons through her Coupons 101 Video Series, Cooking with the Free & Cheap recipes, and Gluten-Free Deals and coupons. She is ‘THAT lady’ who saves money while eating gluten-free and organic on a budget.
You might recognize Angela from a guest post back in March entitled Going Vegan on a Budget. Based out of the greater Seattle area, blogger Angela Russell is committed to reporting on quality deals and having money-saving tips on her blog, The Coupon Project.
Carrie at Coupon Closet shows you how to clip and organize your coupons in only a few minutes each week. Her tips and tricks will keep you ready for every deal you need to snag. Not only will you learn how to use your coupons to maximize your savings, but also how to manage the crazy world of couponing in your everyday life.