Money Saving Mom is run by Crystal Paine. Her site is all about intentional finance, intentional family, and intentional business. She started the site in 2006, and it has been growing ever since.
It was a great honour to be writing for the site with such a big following. Although I did not have the opportunity to work with Crystal personally, Andrea and Meg were fantastic to work with. I highly recommend that you work with them if you are thinking about guest posting.
You may also want to check out my Ultimate Guide to Personal Finance Guest Posting. I have a comprehensive list of personal finance blogs that accept/do not accept guest posts, and I am sure you will find one that meets your niche. I also update the post on a regular basis to make sure that it is up-to-date.
A bit about my article:
In this article on Money Saving Mom, I share with you five inexpensive ways to have fun at home without needing to spend a lot of money. As social distancing recommendations continue, these activities for sure come in handy. All five activities are kids-friendly as well. Therefore, if you have some little ones at home, you can add these activities into your tool box!
Please check out the article to find out about the details. I sincerely hope that you find the article helpful. Please leave a comment if you have any other ways to keep yourself and your family entertained at home on a small budget!
If you are looking for more fun things to do in the summer, head over to this article and check out my top 30 recommended items to put in your summer bucket list!
Bella Wanana is the blogger behind bellawanana.com, a personal finance and lifestyle blog. She loves sharing with her readers the best tips and tricks on personal finance and how to live a balanced but fulfilling life. She is also a freelance writer, and she has been featured on sites like MSN.com, Reader’s Digest, The Financial Diet, Yahoo Finance, and GOBankingRates.