From One Stay-At-Home Mom to Another ~ MY #1 TIP FOR SURVIVING THIS ECONOMY!

Entering Sweepstakes Making Ends Meet and Surviving this EconomyGreetings everyone! I hope you're having a great week so far. I wanted to write this post because I decided to
take this blog in a little different direction. Actually, a few days
out of every week, I am going to be dedicating myself to helping those
of you out there do a little better in this tough economy, by sharing
some tips that I have found to be EXTREMELY FRUITFUL! I want to turn
you on to a way to stretch your dollar and possibly bring some
excitement and luxuries into your life that you might not otherwise be
able to afford. So, what the heck am I talking about? Not a get rich
scheme, no pyramid scams, but online SWEEPSTAKES and CONTESTS! That's
right! Read on, to hear all about how sweepstakes and contests on the
internet have helped my family out TREMENDOUSLY since I quit my job as a
Science teacher and became a stay-at-home mom to our first child,
Riley.

My motive was simple enough. I wanted to be able to quit my job when I had my first child, so that I could raise her myself. Now, my husband and I were very unsure of how we could make ends meet if I quit
my job, but we both agreed that raising Riley at home was a top
priority. When I quit, my own personal goal was to stretch our family
budget as far as it would go. I tried everything including clipping
coupons, sending away for freebies and rebates, cooking every meal
instead of eating out, etc. I even tried a few "work at home"
opportunities, but frankly, I found most of these to be either scams or
not worth my time. I even tried the survey racket and although I hear
how many people make a lot of money doing those, it never seemed to work
out for me. It wasn't until I discovered sweepstakes, that I actually
found something I liked doing and was worthwhile, monetarily.

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