Ok so I've been a little bit busy lately. We've been moving. Finally we are all moved in to our rental home. We've expanded!!! Well, more space---more money, that is why I eat up articles like this one I again took from Woman's Day... Can you blame me? They are awesome!!! Well here you Go---I'm going to just list the actual Sites, since the article isn't on the online website. =(

"21 Websites that save you Time and Money"
Solutions-your money by Mary Hunt

1. Shop Local -Weekly ads for lots of stores in your community

2. Mommy Savers -Not just coupon codes, printable coupons, freebies and bargains, but also a comprehensive site that provides support for moms' need to live the frugal life.

3. The Bargainist -Simple reliable listing of the hottest online bargains, sales, coupons and freebies.

4. The Coupon Clippers - One of the nation's largest online grocery coupon clipping services.

5. The Freecycle Network - The nations biggest swap meet---where no money every exchanges hands

6. Paperbackswap- Join the club for free, gain credits by giving someone else a book, use credits to get a book for yourself. All you have to pay is postage to send your book to someone else. There's also sister sites on there to swap DVD's and CD's.

7. Zilok- Rent just about anything...Guitar Hero for a weekend party, a power tool, pickup truck. Or maybe you have something you'd like to rent out to make a few bucks.

8. USA- Book mark it! An exhuastive index of government agencies, services and activities. (How to get grants, health insurance, updates on flu outbreak, and more.)

9. Findhow- Learn how to do things, like cut your own hair, change your oil, everything but the kitchen sink...no wait scratch that, they have that too.

10. Starfall- A nifty reading program for kids designed to be fun, exciting and confidence building for young children as they learn to read.

11. The Consumerist- blogs bringing you up to date with the latest scams, ripoffs, and hot deals, (even a few freebies now and then). A place to complain about anything consumer related.

12. Lynda- Software training!!! (photoshop, dreamweaver, illustrator?)

13. Big Huge Labs- Custom Photo Lab to make photo calendars, jigsaw puzzles, mosaics, trading cards and more, all from your digital photos.

14. Dafont- Free FONTS!!! you can even preview them before downloading. Over 9,000 fonts.

15. Fix it Club- Shows you how to do ordinary household and other kinds of repairs. Hey, If we're not making a hole, we're fixin' it!!!

16. Budget Simple- a free site with no ads and no need to enter personal information. Designed to help people get out of debt and start saving.

17. Annual Credit Report- Truly free copy of your credit report...once a year from each of the 3 big credit reporting agencies.

18. Dinkytown- More than 350 financial Calculators...ALL FREE.

19. Bloomberg- Budget Calculators that give you amazingly easy to read charts that categorize your expenses and break down your spending so you can see what's up w/ your finances.

20. Discover America- Linked to tourism in all 50 states, list more than 4,000 experiences, attractions and events such as museums, parks and festivals.

21. Mouse Savers- As in Mickey Mouse!!! It's not associated with the Disney Organization but it really is an exhaustive collection of trips, tricks and secrets for how to get discounts on every aspect of a trip to Disney Word, Disneyland, Disney Resorts....well, all things Disney.
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  1. Pennie Says:

    I really enjoy the concept of this blog! Thanks!
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