The best resources for Moms to save time, money and sanity while finding joy in the everyday moments!
There never seems to be enough hours in the day for Mom’s to get everything done.
We have the best intentions of being Pinteresty-Moms, but we go non-stop, and the truth is we get TIRED.
Like so tired that the 5th cup of coffee will not even matter.
We are the queens of MULTITASKING!
Not so much because we want to be, because we HAVE to be!
So here are the SMART MOM RESOURCES that will help you save time, save money, get organized, and be the BEST MOM you can be!
Best Parenting Books
Here are the BEST books that I have read that have helped me to be a better mom!
These are a MUST-HAVE for parents! In fact, I have given some of these as gifts to friends who are expecting.
Read them all for FREE for signing up for 1/month free of Amazon Kindle.
Or if you would rather listen, you can try a FREE month of Audible.
Rakuten is one of the oldest cash back sites on the internet. You may recall that it used to be called Ebates.
It actually pays you to do online shopping!
If you haven’t signed up for them, then you need to NOW.
It is legit, I promise!
So what you do is make an account, then anytime you do any online shopping, you click on the Rakuten site and then find the store you’re wanting to shop at and just click on through to it.
You earn cash back for every purchase! Get a $10 bonus for signing up with this link!
Swagbucks is another little money-making site that I use often. You can use it on your computer or your phone.
Basically, you get paid to watch videos, do surveys, and play games.
You can either earn gift cards to your favorite stores like Target, Starbucks, Amazon, Walmart or even a Visa.
Or you can use your points to cash it out with Paypal.
Last year, I earned over $900 in gift cards through Swagbucks and that is what I used to pay Christmas presents.
Click here for a $10 welcome bonus just for signing up!
Ibotta is another money saver that I use. It’s a great way to save money on groceries and more—without clipping coupons!
I use it EVERYTIME I grocery shop!
It’s so simple to use. Just sign up for Ibotta, download the FREE app, then check what stores in your area offer cash back. It even works with online retailers.
After you make your purchase the app has a built in scanner that just scans your receipt, then just like that you just earned cash back!
Cozi Family Organizer
I use Cozi every single day! It is a FREE app that let’s the whole family stay organized. The shared calendar keeps my husband and teen on the same page with appointments and daily reminders. We can all seamlessly add items to grocery list as well.
CoinOut was developed on Shark Tank and has over 10,000 positive reviews in the app store.
Basically, you just shop like you normally do then upload any receipt in the app and earn cash back.
You don’t have to find specific deals or take time to see if a certain retailer is on the program like you do for Ibotta, or Rakuten.
You just snap a pic of your receipt and earn money! Download it now, it’s FREE!
I don’t know about your family but in my family we have picky eaters, food allergies, a teen who is vegan one day and not the next, and a husband that always wants a real “hearty man’s” meal.
It’s so hard to come up with easy, cheap, and healthy meals!
It’s too expensive for a family of five to eat out all the time, so therefore, I am forced to cook. I used to love cooking, but now it’s just one of my many “mom” chores!
Here is a list of things that I use to make cooking so much easier, and maybe a little bit more enjoyable.
As a busy mom, you probably never get a chance to sit down, I know I don’t. Well why not get paid for all that moving around.
I use the SweatCoin app on my phone. It is like a pedometer that pays you to be active. You don’t earn a lot but every bit counts.
Last year, I earned enough to cash out $100 through PayPal. So it’s worth it to have this little app paying you to walk.
It’s completely free, download it now. It will do you nothing but good!
Before I started using an organizer, I was always late, and forgot pretty much everything.
Honestly, I don’t know how some people get by without using one.