The Good Life For Less Giveaway: Win an Apron, $75 Gift Card, and Book

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As we celebrate the New Year, many people have made resolutions to get their finances in order. What’s your favorite resource or tool for getting on track with your finances? Amy Allen Clark’s new book, The Good Life For Less, will provide you with a wealth of smart and creative ideas for families living on a budget and will serve as a guide for everyone who finds themselves challenged to juggle all the roles that come with parenting.

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Amy gives you the tools, the guidance, and the inspiration that you need to run your own household with wisdom, wit, love, and style. This book is rooted in great family traditions on a dime, how to get delicious and inexpensive meals on the table, how to care and decorate your home for less, how to have fabulous family celebrations without spending a lot, and truly living the good life for less!

Be sure to mark your calendar and join us on Tuesday, January 8 as we chat with Amy about frugal living!

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This week's giveaway is all about frugal living. One lucky grand prize winner will receive an apron from, a $75 jewelry gift card to, and a copy of Amy's new book. Four runner-ups will also receive a copy of Amy's book and an apron from (ARV: $125).

Bonus: Everyone who enters this giveaway via the Rafflecopter widget below will receive an email with a 40% off coupon code which can be used on or

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No purchase necessary to enter. This giveaway ends at 11:59 p.m. ET Wednesday, January 9. See all terms and conditions here. This giveaway is available to U.S. residents only.

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77 responses to “The Good Life For Less Giveaway: Win an Apron, $75 Gift Card, and Book”

  1. Jessica says:

    Use coupons at the grocery

  2. Danielle says:

    Always think outside the box. Find new uses for things, so inexpensive items can take the place of more expensive ones.

  3. Kathleen Dalton says:

    Stop buying junk food and eating out at fast food places.

  4. D Schmidt says:

    My best tip is clip coupons and base you shopping trips on the ads!

  5. Kelly D says:

    My favorite frugal living tip is to wait a few days to think over bigger purchases to decide if you really need the item, and it gives you time to look online for better prices.

  6. Anne W. says:

    I make sure to plan meals ahead and have ingredients on hand to avoid fast food/eating out.

  7. Robin Snider says:

    My favorite frugal living tip is shopping at consignment shops for everyday clothes for the kids.

  8. Heather Hayes Panjon says:

    Grow Fresh Veggies At Home In Your Own Garden, Family Fun, And Saves Grocery Cost’s !:)

  9. Robin O says:

    My best frugal living tip is not to buy things you really don’t need!
    Even if you have a coupon…it’s not a bargain if you don’t need it!

  10. jeevon kay says:

    use coupon and hunt for the best deals for any purchase

  11. Cindy C. @cangoninny says:

    Combine coupons and sales for best savings. Take savings and pay on a bill.

  12. Christie L. says:

    I love to use coupons and combine them with sales.

  13. Sandra says:

    Make a grocery list and stick to it!

  14. Jennifer Marie says:

    Always look for coupons!

  15. I like that she shops at Aldi’s for a bulk of her food, also she goes to thrift stores.

  16. Renee says:

    Coupons combined with sale items!

  17. Sky says:

    I rely a lot on different blogs to help me save money. I’m so appreciative of all of their money saving efforts…and that they share the good deals! It helps a lot!

  18. mary says:

    Money is e xtremely tight in my household, your book would benefit our situation.

  19. Tamara says:

    Thanks for this giveaway! I can’t wait to read this book!

  20. Favorite frugal living tip? Host a clothing swap to refresh your wardrobe for zero dollars.

  21. January says:

    would love to win this solely for the book by Amy Clark. I’ve been reading her website for a couple of years and love the advice and recipes!

  22. Laura Bradley says:

    clip those coups!

  23. susan says:

    What a great prize package… and helpful.

  24. Denise M says:

    my fave tip is to use coupons and meal plan

  25. Emily S says:

    My favorite frugal living tip is from my mom: vinegar is a natural cleaner and works on lots of things! I mop my floors with hot water & vinegar. (Smells weird, but it works!)

  26. Utilize thrift stores for everything!

  27. kwai yip says:

    Use coupons EVERYDAY, there’s no excuse not to, and you shouldn’t be paying full price for anything!

  28. @plumerea says:

    Plan out the weeks meals so we have what we need and limit what we throw plus it helps keep my sanity otherwise I am wondering every day what I should make. Sometimes I switch it up, but usually I try to stick to a plan.

  29. MAMOTTS says:

    coupons are a great deal if you actually use it

  30. Karen Lynch says:

    Buy items on sale and freeze for later use. I just learned you can freeze butter.

  31. Jill H says:

    Buy in bulk to save money.

  32. Katherine says:

    I use coupons and stock up on things on sale

  33. s says:

    think before I purchase…not just get something to get it…

  34. Louis says:

    at least 2 days per week I cook with things I have in pantry fridge or freezer, no take out, no quick trip to the store

  35. jeannine s says:

    make a list when shopping and stick to it

  36. mimsy says:

    I use a list when I go grocery shopping and leave my kids at home.

  37. jenny says:

    My favorite saving tip is don’t buy frozen food, it is more costly than cooking and baking your own meals/snacks

  38. Mary Tran says:

    Always look for coupons!

  39. hali says:

    Pay attention to weekly sales when shopping

  40. Kelly P says:

    maintaining a well-stocked pantry

  41. erin says:

    Use coupons and shop sales whenever possible

  42. @n210ss says:

    My favorite frugal living tip is to cook at home and not go out to eat!

  43. Sadie says:

    My favorite tip is to prepare a shopping list with coupons attached. Easy to grab and shop.

  44. Yvonne Woodstock/@EARTHANGEL2B says:

    My favorite frugal tip is to help our family of 7 have really fun family activities and outings and even vacations and dates for hubby and I.
    Every week I would check our local community newspapers as well as various places online for current events, festivals, activities, celebrations etc that are free or cheap. I do that when we go on vacation somewhere too, I search for free and cheap things to do and see in that area and we always have soooo much fun!

    PS The link to MomAdvice FB page in the rafflecopter is broken but I checked yes on that entry anyway bc I went on fb and searched her and liked her myself.

  45. Bud L says:

    I buy mostly used clothes for the whole family. Im very picky but you can save so much if you just look around.

  46. rachel says:

    Use coupons and sign up for free samples! Always shop clearance for great gifts, too

  47. Alisson H. says:

    Use coupons!

  48. ♥Keziah Gibbons♥ (@Gods_Smile) says:

    My favorite frugal tip is Limit eating out and cook at home more. Lots of great recipes that you can find online and blogs for your culinary delight.

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  51. Yvonne Woodstock/@EARTHANGEL2B says:

    : ( I posted a tip yesterday and now it’s gone? Idk why?
    I’ll try again:
    My favorite tip is to help our family of 7 be able to have fun outings activities and dates, I check out local community paper and online for events, festivals, etc for cheap and free things to do and places to do. I also do that for whatever area we are going to be in before we travel somewhere too.

  52. Yvonne Woodstock/@EARTHANGEL2B says:

    Oops sorry never mind for some reason I couldnt see my tip from yesterday until I reposted it today and then it appeared. lol

  53. MJ Argo says:

    Coupons coupons coupons

  54. Diane says:

    Favorite tip: set a goal for something special, collect all of your change in one place, watch it grow, cash in the change 🙂 then do the happy dance in the bank lobby

  55. Ellen says:

    Have a good storage system for clothing for future seasons, one that allows frequent access and that has enough space to keep things in mostly one place.

  56. Karen K says:

    Store coupon sales matchups

  57. Bridgett says:

    I love to shop the sales with coupons!

  58. Chavonne H says:

    My favorite frugal living tip is to compare store prices through circular’s and match up with coupons.

  59. Angie says:

    Pair coupons with sales at the store to save tons of money!

  60. emma says:

    Using coupons!

  61. Coupons!!! When u request for samples you get coupons!!!

  62. Julz_g says:

    Thanks so much for the chance to win the book, I can’t wait to read it!

  63. always price check before buying

  64. Amy says:

    I do research to make sure I get the best deal

  65. Debbie G says:

    Using coupons with sales.

  66. Laura Shepherd says:

    Patience…to wait on sale prices to stack with coupons and sometimes with a gift card that already had a bonus $. Saves tons of money!

  67. Aimee W says:

    I enjoy coupons, price matching and getting the best deal when I can.

  68. Rona says:

    menu planning.

  69. Kristia says:

    I try to check out my favorite local thrift store for clothes that I need for myself or my kids. I usually always find what I need in brand new or almost new condition at a fraction of the store cost.

  70. Pilar says:

    I don’t do the coupon thing well, so I like to stretch out slow cooker meals like beef stew and chicken chili. So yummy on cold nights and easy to keep frozen.

  71. Donna K says:

    Love stacking coupons

  72. Beth says:


  73. Rachel V says:

    Plan meals according to grocery store sales

  74. Linn B says:

    To start using coupons. I attended a local coupon class a few weeks ago. Learned some great coupon tips.

  75. christine w says:

    Buy everything except underwear and shoes used!

  76. Jolynda says:

    My favorite frugal living tip is making my own laundry detergent. 🙂

  77. Oanh H. says:

    Buy locally from farmers market and freezing or pickling vegetables for the winter.

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