Even if you’re money savvy and are a great saver already, there’s always more to be learned when it comes to saving. New ideas, new techniques, and new promotions are constantly arriving, and it can ease the pain upon your wallet if you stay in the know when it comes to these money saving developments.
One of the best ways to stay up to date when it comes to your money and how to keep more of it may be by visiting blogs and websites to harness a variety of different money saving viewpoints and techniques. Through these sites you can pick and choose which money saving tactics are most useful to you. Here are five of my personal picks that might help you in your personal finance education.
Money Saving Methods
From “Giveaways” and “Groceries” to “Freebies” and “Focus Groups” the Money Saving Methods blog runs the gambit when it comes to providing some great money saving ideas, tips, and advice. And I absolutely love the “2010 Savings and Earnings” tally and its pull-down categorical break down. It just goes to show that this lady seems to have a pretty darn good idea of what she’s doing and talking about since she’s managing to save and earn thousands of dollars through her efforts.
Jen’s Money Saving Blog
I love it when people actually know and keep track of how much money they are spending, saving, earning, or whatever. I guess it’s just one of those things with me. It’s interesting to see and be able to gauge progress. Anyway, Jen’s Money Saving Blog not only offers up some advice on where to find your daily savings, but also incorporates a savings ticker to track her progress to a 2010 year end savings total of $3650.
Money Saving Madness
With “Online Deals”, “Print Coupons”, and “Freebies” as just a few of the money saving options at the Money Saving Madness site, there is plenty to pique your money saving interest. If you’re new to saving money, you might want to check out the site’s “Beginner’s Guide to Deal Finding”.
Mr. and Mrs. Not Made of Money
Not made of money…boy, isn’t that the truth. For those of us that feel the same way, sites like this can be helpful in finding the best way to spend the few dollars we do have. With post titles such as “Tips for Learning to Let Go of ‘Stuff'” and “Take A Trip To The Dollar Store,” this is definitely my kind of blog. The site’s motto is: “Money Saving Tips for a Debt Free Life”. Sounds like a plan to me.
The Penny-Wise Provider
Focused upon efficient, effective, and economical living, The Penny-Wise Provider blog explores a variety of opportunities and ways to save money. The “Money Saving Tip of the Week” posts provide a look into money saving examples from the author’s actual experiences.
The author himself seems to be a very down-to-earth saver, who is truly interested in finding simple ways of saving money and sharing that information with his audience. It’s a brilliant blog in my personal opinion! Of course, I’m a bit biased considering I’m the author, hee, hee, hee! (Hey, com’ on, at least I put my blog at the end of the list).
The author is not a licensed financial professional. The information provided in this article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal or financial advice. For financial advice, readers should consult a licensed financial advisor. Any action taken by the reader due to the information provided in this article is solely at the reader’s discretion.