Win a Copy of the E-book 100 Ways to Save Money-Enter Now!

8:00 PM Posted by Centsible Mommy




If you are looking for ways to save some serious money, you have to check out this e-book by Jessica Roop entitled 100 Ways to Save Money!


100 Ways to Save Money is jammed packed with everything that retailers, companies, and banks don't want you to know and with tips on how to protect yourself and THRIVE during "The Financial Crisis of 2008."


100 Ways to Save Money will arm you with 100 hard-hitting, easy-to-apply, money saving techniques that will stop the financial crisis from knocking on your door!


You'll learn how to:

-Finally get your spending habits under control

-Have more money in your pocket than ever before

-Make simple changes that will bring big savings

-Utilize coupons, rebates, and other money-saving techniques (don't worry -- it's easier than it sounds!)

-Separate the great deals from the ones you should leave on the shelf

-Have more while spending less

-And Much, Much More!

This e-book is a definite read for ANYONE who wants to start saving money and doesn't know where to start and also for those seasoned savers with money saving tricks of their own looking for even more ways to maximize their savings!


You can order you very own copy by clicking here or it's featured atop my left sidebar. For $14.95, you'll be on your way to saving some serious money and learning 100 ways to do so!



Or Win a Copy


This week, you can enter to win a copy. I've asked Jessica if she would be gracious enough to donate a copy for giveaway here on Centsible Mommy, and she said yes!!! So for those of you whom would like to win one, just leave a money-saving tip in the comments. It doesn't have to be expertise, just a simple tip! The winner will be selected randomly! Good Luck, Everyone!!!

6 guests said:

  1. Erin said...

    My money saving tip is to clean with 2 products I almost always have on hand.
    1. vinegar
    2. Baking soda

    Vinegar works great in a water solution to clean counters, sinks and you can use it in your laundry.

    Baking soda has a great "grit" to it so when used in a paste with either water or vinegar (the kids LOVE to watch the volcano) will scrub your tub and it there are no toxic fumes to inhale. You can also use a bit in your laundry to boost the cleaning

  2. Anonymous said...

    One of my favorite tips that I picked up through reading message boards and blogs is along the lines of "waste NOTHING"!

    When trimming your veggies for dinner prep, don't throw out things like the thin, tough, but moist outer ring of the onion and the moist trimmings from the top and bottom of the onion (don't save the dry peels!), ends of garlic cloves, root and tip ends of carrots, celery, zucchini, etc. Throw those trimmings into a ziploc bag in the freezer and keep saving them until your bag is full. Then dump them into a small stockpot, cover with water and stew down into your own veggie broth, a great base for homemade soup. Pour everything through a fine strainer to remove all veggie stuff from your broth.

    If you've kept all of these veggie trimmings completely separate from meat and meat juices, you can then throw the strained stewed/spent veggie trimmings from your veggie broth into the compost heap outside and feed the soil.

    The original poster of this idea said that she learned this from a chef who worked in a five-star restaurant. Restaurants NEVER waste food! So, feel great about serving your homemade waste-not soup right in your own five-star kitchen at home!

    Blessings,

    Michelle

  3. Brianne said...

    I don't have any fabulous money saving tips. I try to walk to the store when I can and I save all of my errands for one trip to save on gas and time.

  4. misskp said...

    I cut my fabric softener sheets in half and make them last twice as long. Clothes are still fresh smelling and static free!

    miss_k_p@yahoo.com

  5. targetmom said...

    My money saving tip is to use vinegar in your washing machine as a liquid fabric softner. It controls static cling.

  6. Briana said...

    I use leftover meat for different salads!