Update: I’m giving away a FREE copy to one of my readers, head over here to enter the drawing.
I was super excited when I found out I was getting to review a pre-release of the book titled, “The Money Saving Mom’s Budget” by Crystal Paine.
The day the book arrived in the mail my husband was home from work, as I was busy at the moment he picked it up and read through the whole book yet that day. If you know my husband that is saying a lot for him as he isn’t a big reader. He really enjoyed it and as he was going through it he often was reading parts of it out loud to me. When he was finished reading it, I got my turn to read it and let me tell you this is an excellent book and everyone would benefit from reading it.
This book is great for those who are new to the whole world of saving money as well as those who practice frugal living on a regular basis. You will find step by step instructions to splash your spending, pay down on your debt, streamline your life, and save thousands of dollars a year. I enjoy how she not only shares examples from her life but includes examples from others as well.
You will learn how to:
- Declutter your life and home in order to achieve financial success
- Setting big goals and then breaking them into bite-sixed pieces (this was my favorite chapter)
- Set up a realistic, working budget
- Take the cash only approach
- Use coupons
- 25 ways to lower your grocery bill without coupons
- Choosing contentment
At the end of the book you will find helpful forms and worksheets for budgeting and time management.
The best part is Crystal is donating 100% of the proceeds from sales of the book to Compassion International, an organization that exists as a Christian child advocacy ministry releasing children from spiritual, economic, social and physical poverty and enabling them to become responsible, fulfilled adults.
So what are you waiting for? Hurry over to Amazon and pre-order your copy today. I promise you won’t be dissapointed.
Karen Sauder says
Or could I borrow your copy?! 🙂
Coupon Cutting Mom says
sure you can borrow my book I’ll bring it along Thursday!