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Maureen Campaiola                           
Dear Friends!

Woo Hoo it's March!  I am so pumped that spring is around the corner. Our winter hasn't been that bad, but even so I can't wait until I'm sitting outside writing my newsletter as opposed to in the house wrapped in a sweater.

I've been living a frugal lifestyle for almost 15 years.  In that time, lots of things have changed.  I started out with massive amounts of debt, a new business, my daughter was in college and my father was still alive.   Fast forward and my daughter is a mother herself; my dad has passed away, my debt is completely eliminated, and I've started several successful bushiness.

But one thing has remained constant:  my commitment to live as frugally as possible and remain debt free.  How have I done this?  Two ways really - spending less and saving more.  

I talk a lot about getting out of debt and saving money.  So much so that I wrote my Good Money Habits Guide to help you learn and implement the same habits I used to change my financial circumstances.  The Guide is free to you.  Why?  Because I want you to have these resources at your disposal and want you to be able to access them, anytime you want.   

On The Home Front

This month you're going to see a focus on spring cleaning and getting your house ready for the warmer weather.

The one question I get more than almost any other question is how to get your family on board and helping around the house.  I wrote a special article on that very topic this week, so make sure you go and check it out. 

For those of you who are taking the 12 Habits To Rescue Your Messy Home Challenge, we have a Facebook group we started a few weeks ago.  It's still in the small and developing stage, but the women are great and very active sharing ideas and problems so we can all learn and grow together.  Even if you don't want to take the challenge right now, if you want to discuss your cleaning struggles, feel free to join the group and get in on the discussion.  We'd love to have you! 

And, if you have any burning questions, feel free to let me know what they are.  I don't have my entire editorial calendar filled yet so I'm open to hearing what you'd like me to write about.

Have an amazing weekend friends,


Featured Article

You’re desperate for help, frustrated and exhausted from having to do it all yourself.  You’re not alone. Many women feel their spouses or children don’t pitch in enough around the house.  The family dislikes household chores, don’t feel like wasting “their” time and overall see you as the person who should keep the house clean.

If you feel like a lone warrior in the war against your messy home, it might be time to consider a new plan that will end all the excuses and get your family on board and cleaning.

How To Get Your Family On Board With Cleaning

Before we tackle how we’re going to accomplish this task, let’s look at some of the reasons why your family might not be helping out like they should. Let’s examine their excuses.

Read the full article here -->

This Weeks Money Tip
I've been saving a ton of money and getting FREE clothes by telling my friends about ThredUP (an online consignment shop).

ThredUp has a $10 for $10 promotion! Sign up through my special link   Your friend gets $10 to spend, and you get $10 when they spend it. Everybody wins!  Then start referring your friends. Every time one of them signs up under your link, you'll get $10 added to your account too! I've been helping clothe my grandson with the money I earn from ThredUP!
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