Our Favorite Money Saving Blogs

At Rock Bottom T-Shirts, we understand that you need to save some money and cut back on spending. Here we have collected some of our favorite money saving blogs that we find to be very beneficial. These helpful sites focus on food, coupons, and comparison shopping. If you know of any other helpful blogs not listed below, please share by commenting below.

Show me the Dough. This blog, started by a mother of three who manages to keep her food bill under $300 each month, offers savings tips as well as recipes.

SwapSavers.com. A money saving social network with money saving tips, articles and posts about freebies, coupons and deals.

MoneySavingMom.com An upbeat and encouraging blog dedicated to helping you find great deals, stretch your hard-earned dollars, and live on less than you make so you can save more and give more.

Not Made of Money Provides insight on how to manage your finances, stay debt free, save money, budget, and generally live a very peaceful life.

The Save Money Blog This blog features tips and techniques from articles and news stories found online on how you can make little changes to your life and save money.

Smart Spending This blog on msn.com, combines the best money-saving tips from MSN Money and the rest of the Web.

Common Sense with Money A blog run by a stay at home mom of 2 who wants people to see that you can not only “make it on one income”, but you can thrive on one!

$5Dinners.com A website and blog showing how to make healthy and wholesome dinners for only $5. Incorporates coupons, menu planning, and how-tos.

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