As parents, we are always trying to make an extra income and save money in the process. This week I have been checking out some other bloggers blogs and decided to feature five of the posts that I came across today with you. Below you will find five resources that I found to be very helpful and hope that you will too.
I was over at the Penny Hoarder and came across this excellent resource by Kristen Pope. She took the time to find nine restaurants where kids eat free. If your family eats out for special occasions check out her list to see where you should plan to eat.
Also, while there make sure to look around the site because this site is full of unique ways to make and save money.
If you need extra money, Louida over at Product Review Mom, has compiled a list of 16 ways to make extra money. Her name may sound familiar because she is also the creator of the Product Review Party Linkup that I feature here on Giveaways 4 Mom each Friday. Lou is a great blogging friend of mine and she is an expert when it comes to beauty products too.
Check out her blog to get beauty tips, school tips, online income tips, and more. Recently, she released an eBook that describes how to make money blogging. I purchased it and I would recommend it to you too.
If you are shopping for a friend’s baby shower, make sure you head over to Is Diva, which is run by Taya, and check out her nine hot gift ideas. Taya is another blogger friend of mine and with her list, you are sure to show up to the baby shower with one of the best gifts that a new mom could want.
While over at her blog take some time to read her posts. The thing I love about Is Diva the most is that Taya always keeps it real on her blog.
As parents, it can be hard to find time to relax. Angie over at Angies Angel has taken the time to share 10 ways that she relaxes. I had to steal her coloring idea from her and I have found it to be very therapeutic.
Angie is another blogging pal of mine and I love stopping by her blog because she always has the cutest photos of her pup Roxie available.
With my oldest starting kindergarten this school year he is already, talking about he wants to do some sports. Therefore, I was grateful to find that Vinma Joseph had shared six ways to save money on afterschool sports on Momless Mom. If your kids want to do sports this article is definitely a must read.
I hope you find these five resources as useful as I did. Maybe you even have found some new blogs to add to your must-read list.
Do you know of any other resources that should be featured in my list?