Molly's Newest E-Book
Do you long to enjoy and explore the great outdoors with your family?
Want to make that special connection with your kids?
Don't let a
few varmints, mosquitoes, or mishaps spoil your fun--go camping!
the price of spending a night or two in a motel, you can outfit your
family for adventure and make memories for a lifetime!
for an unforgettable experience as Molly and her fellow campers show you
how, in her newest E-Book . . .
No doubt you'll find that camping, in whatever form you choose, can
be the ideal family activity. This awesome resource (73 pages!)
will whet your appetite for some frugal family camping fun!
For one low cost--only $8.95--you can begin preparations
for your next great family adventure now.
Just click the above link to get yours today!
You can find more of Molly's E-Books HERE.
Sponsor of the Week|
Book Closeouts is having an 80% off sale on all their sports and recreation books. This would be a great time to snag something for that special dad in your life!
Click HERE to visit the Book Closeout store.
On Sale at Econobusters
A Look Back at June 2009
What kind of vacation can you look forward to on a frugal budget?
Rest, relaxation, and adventure don't have to cost
Explore summer fun and vacation ideas plus innovative ways
to save, in this all new edition of . . .
Digest June 2009
Molly's Money-Saving Digest's special feature for June is:
With a bonus: Molly Interviews the Hillbilly Housewife!
your plans for the coming months include some time for rest and
relaxation? Even in these days of uncertainty and change, it's possible
for nearly every family to enjoy a vacation,
"stay-cation," or "day-cation. Discover great vacation ideas--even for those that can't afford a
vacation right now!
This issue is loaded with ideas, tips, recipes, checklists, and more to
help you plan for those special family outings--all within your budget! With over 40
pages, there are so many ways to save and a lot to learn!
Order this past Digest today by clicking HERE.
Photo courtesy of Dreamstime
Father's Day is right around the corner. This year, we are making the whole week for dad special. We are going to fix him his favorite meals, relieve him of all his household duties like lawn mowing and taking out the trash, and we are making sure that he does something fun that he loves.
Father's Day doesn't have to be celebrated expensively. This newsletter will hopefully give you some ideas on how you can make the man in your life feel appreciated and loved.
Last years' Father's Day newsletter has some great tips in it as well.
From the Blog
|Here is a recap of what we shared on the blog last week, just in case you missed a post or two!|
Hey, I Can Make That!
Photo courtesy of Martha Stewart
This is the cutest tutorial I have seen in a long time! Have fun taking photos of dad with the kids and then print out this template on cardstock and make the daddy in your life a beautiful reminder of who loves him!
To access the tutorial, click HERE.
| Featured Website
This week's featured website is Extreme Personal Measures.
If you are looking for some great giveaways to enter, this lady has got them! Right now, you can enter for an Amazon gift card she is giving away ( I love to win these for school books!).
Be sure and stop by and say hi and find some really neat giveaways to enter.
Ideas From Around the Web
|Here are some great ideas to help you make Dad's day a day to remember!|
- Create a super hero goody box for dad using these printable templates.
- Make dad a scratch off Father's Day card.
- Print off dad a greeting card from Canon.
- Have the kids crown Dad as King for the Day!
- Living Locurto has the cutest card and coupon printable for dad.
- Dads can get a free Burger at The Counter on Father's Day. Just tell your
server that you want a "BFD" and custom build your burger with 312,000
different combinations. Click here for a location near you.
- Dad's can get a free meal at Spaghetti Warehouse on June 20th for
Father's Day. Click here
for a location near you.
- From June 7 through June 30, dads can bring a gently used tie into any
participating Coco's or Carrows restaurant to trade for a coupon good
for one slice of fresh-baked pie. The ties will be
donated to the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans (NCHV). Click here for
a Carrows locations and click here
for Coco's locations.
- Dad's can receive a free Cone or Cup at participating TCBY locations on
Father's Day, 6/20/10. Check your local TCBY
to see if they are participating.
- Get your free fatherhood E-Chart from Rose Publishing by clicking HERE.
In the Kitchen
Doesn't this picture just look fabulous? I used to be
horrible at fixing ribs, but I kept trying until I finally got it!
What dad would not want to sink their teeth into these? Ribs can be pretty
expensive, but if you watch your butcher, sometimes they will put them
on sale. This pile of ribs only cost me $2.00! Delicious and frugal as
Here is this simple recipe for making THE best ribs in
2lbs of your favorite ribs
Favorite liquid BBQ Sauce
Favorite Dry Rub for bbq
The night before you are going to cook these, rub
them down with your favorite dry rub.
Wrap them tight in aluminum foil.
Leave them in the refrigerator overnight.
The next day, put oven on 300 degrees and let the
ribs cook in the aluminum foil for about 2-3 hours.
Heat grill ( I have a charcoal grill).
Remove aluminum foil and place on heated grill.
Begin basting them as they cook and char with the
liquid BBQ sauce.
Continue cooking and basting until ribs are done.
Like I said. . . simple and delicious!!
Molly's Money-Saving Digest
Wish you could afford to buy a little bonus or luxury item?
will you make room in your budget?
Molly's usual focus is on ways
to spend less (you'll find that too), but in this Digest,
Molly takes a look at ways to earn more money--from
home! Maybe this issue should be called Molly's Money-Making
Digest . . .
Join Molly for this month's special feature:
Sweet Home (Business)
Perhaps you will discover your work-at-home dream job!
luxury would you like to afford? Or maybe you don't consider luxuries
because you are struggling to simply make ends meet. You know, adding to
your budget with a "home business" doesn't need to be a major
undertaking. It could be as simple as starting a resale business tied
into your enjoyment of frequenting yard sales.What are some highlights of this issue?
interviews--Young and old alike share pros, cons, struggles,
triumphs, challenges, and benefits of running a business from home.
planning forms--Perfect to aid you in brainstorming and
organizing your home business.
- Summertime salads--Your
family will stay cool and satisfied with these fresh ideas and recipes!
Corner--Join the kids as they learn to create effective
business cards and flyers.
- Amazing upcycling projects
and ideas--Mrs. White, a new regular Digest contributor, has a
true knack for turning trash into treasure!
Each month take the wonderful opportunity to learn along with Molly,
and make the most of your time and money in 2010.
Click HERE to view a sample of this item.
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