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Monday, July 26, 2010

Review: Econobusters

I recently came across a fantastic website that I wanted to let you all know about:! This site is focused on helping its readers save money and maintain a positive attitude toward thrift, even during these challenging economic times. It features all sorts of wonderful blog posts on the topics of saving money, coupon finds, freebies, deals, recipes, and how to live a more frugal lifestyle in general. A few of my favorites so far have been one that explains how to make homemade laundry detergent, one that tells how to extend baking mixes, and the weekly freebie posts - every Friday, they post a huge list of freebies that they have scoured the internet to find! Plus, this site features guest posts from The Hillbilly Housewife and more.

On top of all these great posts, Econobusters also offers a couple of free E-Books. First, when you sign up for their free Minute With Molly newsletter, you will receive a menu planning E-Book that is full of recipes, help topics, and menu planning forms. Second, there is a free, no-strings-attached recipe E-Book called Molly Green Fresh that may be downloaded straight from the main page of the website. Both of these E-Books are very helpful resources!

Econobusters also has a member program that costs just $3.95 per month. This price includes their monthly Digest, which is an online magazine that goes into depth on a particular monthly topic (July is Summer Fun From A-Z). On top of the Digest, members also receive tons of other valuable resources that are not available anywhere else on the site. I encourage you all to visit, and if you like what you see, you should definitely consider becoming a member!

I was not paid to write this post. In exchange for my post, Econobusters will be writing a post about Twee Poppets. This did not affect my opinion and my post was completely honest.


cristiniscouponcrazy said...

stopping by from Mailbox Monday
i subscribed to your emails
they are easier to keep up with then rss!
im looking forward to reading them!

E B said...

I am a new follower from Mailbox Monday