Tips for Saving

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Who doesn't like to get free stuff?

Certainly you've seen your fair share of blogs about thrifty mothers -- I know I have. Most of the time we shrug them off as just another nitpicky blog that will provide more waste of time than we'll actually be saving.

That couldn't be farther from the truth with Tips for Saving, though.

The author of the blog, Rose, is indeed a thrifty mother blogger. There's no denying that. It's the concise style of her posts that makes the blog so worthwhile when it comes to this category, and you can see it for yourself when you visit the blog.

That doesn't mean that she's always making short posts -- she has her fair share of lengthy, but detailed, posts on products, such as her review on the Boon, Inc. Flo. Rose's powerful skills lay in her ability to post about useful products in a useful fashion. Mothers don't have time to be on the computer all day, after all.

The blog does have a few drawbacks, however. On a slower computer, the sheer size of the blog becomes a lag-inducing nuisance. The post limit seems to be six full posts; coupled with all of the images and links in each post, less-than-optimal computers will be in for a difficult time scrolling through. In addition, there are quite a few ads on the sidebar of the blog, and this contributes to the slowing power of the blog, and the clutter.

The layout, despite the key difficulties created by the front-page post count and sidebar ads, is simple and pink, which matches her post style and general theme. Rose has repeatedly improved upon her layout over time, and hopefully she will continue to do so as her blog expands its readership, and its quality.

Go on and visit Tips for Saving today, and put a few extra dollars in your pocket.


  1. Nice work. You are close to the general concept of a blog, a virtual diary of any random thought.

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  2. @ Reuben: Thanks man, I appreciate it. I followed one of your blogs, the Retro-Gaming and Emulation one. I'm totally into that stuff.:D

  3. Interesting read, gave me a few things to think about.

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  4. @Futuristic Investor: Indeed. This sorta stuff that Rose does is absolutely awesome, haha. Not just saving money, but getting cool stuff.

  5. I look forward to the day when my blogs are interesting enough to be recommended to people I do not know by people I do not know. :)

  6. @The Wyrmden: Indeed, haha. I do as well.