MamaTalesBlog's Blog Posts Tagged 'savings' (3)

Neglected

I tend to start hobbies that get neglected when life gets in the way.  Some of the hobbies I picked up last year were very beneficial to my family and our bank account.  Last year I started to coupon.  This "hobby" saved my family huge amounts of money that I meant to keep up.  As most of my hobbies I keep putting it off and off again until I wasn't sure where to pick up again.

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Added by MamaTalesBlog on July 23, 2012 at 10:19pm — No Comments

I'm a Believer!

Okay I'm going to totally gush on this post so if you ever thought about ways to save money keep on reading. Here's my check list: I'm a stay at home mom, we just moved to a different state and we just bought a house. All three of those things could probably tell you that we recently spend a HUGE bulk of our savings and we need to save every new penny that comes in our doors.continue

Added by MamaTalesBlog on December 20, 2011 at 11:23pm — No Comments

Cooking Memories

I can't cook. Wait! No, I can cook but I'm not a foodie.  I hope I would eventually get there but right now I'm more of a get something on the table to feed my family.  I admire those that can whip up an amazing meal on the spot from scratch. continue

 

Added by MamaTalesBlog on November 23, 2011 at 2:14pm — No Comments

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