Personal Finance Friday: A Week in Review

by Andrea

in Change Your Financial Life

We have been busy at MainstreamMom this week. With a new Online Coupon Codes page, several new articles and even a new affiliate (Debteye) we hope you found some good stuff to help manage your personal finances.

The goal and purpose of this site is to help you as much as we can when it comes to money & home management.

Financial education doesn’t require a degree in finance. You don’t have to be a geek or nerd to crunch the numbers (I use geek & nerd in the kindness sense – nothing wrong with being smart!).

Creating financial security means freedom. It means achieving your dreams and goals. Don’t let debt ruin your life. Get smart.

Have you checked out our free workbook …in the sidebar? If you’re interested in creating a solid foundation, we encourage you to read it!

Some additional articles from this week to check out

Risking Everything For Education at Untemplater.

Make an Extra $50/Week Working for Amazon at The Penny Hoarder.

College Students as Victims of Identity Theft at The Frugal Toad.

Do You Have What it Takes to be a Successful Entrepreneur? at DollarVersity

Grocery Budget Reality at Cents To Save

Why We Have Official Family Meetings at Family Money Values

Never Miss Good Opportunities to Spend Your Money at One Cent at a Time

How Kindergarten Made Me a Better Mom and Entrepreneur at The Mogul Mom

The Pitfalls of Buying Your First Property at Money Is the Root

13 Ways to Exercise & Work Out Without a Gym Membership at Money Crashers

Reconsider Your Ride to Work at So Over Debt

7 Steps to A Successful Bake Sale at

Break the Salary Silence: How to Talk About Money at Down-To-Earth Finance

Top 10 Principles of Personal Money Management at Payoff

The Power of Compounding at Practical Money Skills

How to Successfully Master Any Money Issue at Financially Smitten

Carnivals that featured MainstreamMom articles

Canadian Finance Carnival #54 at Canadian Finance Blog showcased Beth Kobliner Interview: Get a Financial Life



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