Favorite U.S. Money-Saving Resources

saving moneyThis is a simple article directed (mostly) to those who are living within the U.S. Below, you will find links to some great money-saving resources, articles and web sites. It is our hope that they will help you to stretch your budget within your marriage.

The first comes from the web site of Crosswalk.com. In it, you will find lists of some favorite web sites that financial expert Mary Hunt recommends.

We encourage you to take advantage of the money saving tips and resources that Mary gives as you visit the following link:


And then here is a link to Mary Hunt’s Debt-proof Living web site that you can also benefit from visiting:


A Video to Watch

“In this economic downturn, more and more people are looking for ways to be “frugal” and save money in unique ways.

“Dozens of money saving Web sites and blogs have popped up recently —including the site of 31-year-old Kristen.”

Kristen may be young, but she’s smart. To find out some of what Kristen has learned we encourage you to watch the video and read the article provided within this CBN.com web site link:

We’re also very impressed by the following web site. Here’s a description of it:

“MoneySavingMom.com is an upbeat and encouraging blog dedicated to helping you find great deals. It will help you stretch your hard-earned dollars, and live on less than you make so you can save more and give more.”

On this web site you will find different articles, as well as free resources. Some of the topics you can click into include: “Store deals… Coupons… Freebies and Giveaways. There are also tips “From My Kitchen” …”Family Fun and Holidays” …”Living Simply” and more.

We believe you’ll find a lot of what is offered on this web site to be helpful. See what you think:


We hope you have found these resources to be helpful!

If you have additional tips to help others in this area of marriage, please share them below. Or you may want to post requests for prayer or ask others for advice. You are welcome to “Join the Discussion” by adding your comments below.

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