There is one thing all moms can agree on – mom life is expensive! Our kids are expensive. Our homes are expensive. And don’t even get us started on how much it costs too feed our families! But don’t worry mamas! I’m here to help. Today I’m bringing your 25 money saving hacks for moms.
25 MONEY SAVING HACKS FOR MOMS
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As moms, we need all the help that we can get when it comes to saving money on family expenses. These money saving hacks will work for stay-at-home or working mothers. If you are a mom and you want to save money, you are in the right place!
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Here are the top 25 money saving hacks for moms from some of the best bloggers on Pinterest.
5 Easy Ways New Moms can get Free Baby Stuff from Happy Humble Home
Babies are expensive! But there are so many ways to get free baby supplies, if you know where to look
How to Save Hundreds Per Year on Baby Formula from Crayons and Cravings
A any formula-feeding mama can attest, infant formula can cost a small fortune. Save hundreds per year on formula with these simple tips.
Save Money on Diapers from Happy Humble Home
Diapers can be so expensive! These tips will help you get more diapers for less.
Save for Baby Ahead of Time from Celebrate Moms Forever
Adding a baby to the family is expensive. These different money saving strategies to help you save for a baby and save yourself money and stress in the long run.
Plan Ahead to become a One Income Family from Happy Humble Home
These are the exact steps I took to adjust my budget ahead of time so that losing my income wasn’t painful.
7 Tips for a Kid’s Party on a Budget from Meanwhile at Naptime
Kids parties can be so expensive! Check out these great tips for a fun and frugal kid’s party!
Free Kids Activity Ideas from Happy Humble Home
Enjoy some frugal fun with the kiddos without ever having to take out your wallet.
Clothing Hacks to Save Money from Smartnancials
Most of us spend a ton of money on clothes every year for kids and for ourselves. Try out these 12 clothing hacks to help you save more money this year!
How to Save Money while Sewing from Swoodson Says
Shop thrift stores and then upcycle clothes or even sheets when sewing!
9 Places to Purchase Brand Name Clothes for Pennies from Pink Fortitude
Why pay more when you can buy your kids brand name clothes they’ll love for so cheap?
4 Ways to Save on Laundry Expenses from Newlywed Survival
Don’t spend a fortune cleaning those cheap clothes you found! Use these tips to save.
SAVE ON FOOD
Top 10 Frugal Food Tips from Happy Humble Home
These are my go-to hacks for saving money on food.
How to set a Grocery Budget you can stick to from Happy Humble Home
If you are shopping without a grocery budget, I guarantee you’re spending more than you need to!
10 Easy Things to Make Instead of Buy from Love Remodeled
Making foods that we used to buy is such an easy way to increase your bottom line, and these 10 homemade foods taste better than the store bought versions!
How I Save Money by Stocking My Freezer from Plantsonify
Freezer meals are a lifesaver when it comes to curbing eating out. Having a small deep freezer full of meals was especially helpful when you have a new baby and are exhausted!
If you want to learn more about freezer meals, you can take a FREE freezer meal class here.
Once a Month Grocery Shopping from Retro Housewife Goes Green
Try once a month grocery shopping or at least cut back on your trips. Fewer trips mean better planning is required and fewer impulse items, saving you money.
Save Money by Ordering Groceries Online from Saving Talents
We’re all looking for ways that we can cut down our grocery budget. And most of us hate taking our kids into the store with us. Here are 4 ways that it’s cheaper for this family to order their groceries online with curbside pickup than to go into the grocery store and do the shopping themselves!
Save Money by Growing Your Own Food from The Frugal Foot Doc
This is such a great way to save on food, help the environment, and be a little healthier at the same time!
8 Meal Planning Hacks to Save you Time and Money from Let’s Talk Mom Business and Happy Humble Home
Meal planning reduces food waste and saves money on groceries. Make it a part of your weekly routine!
How to Build a Stockpile that Saves your Family Money from Joyfully Thriving
A stockpile helps you to never have to pay full price for an item you need. Find out how to build one easily!
SAVE ON BILLS
3 Tips to Cut your Electric Bill in Half from Happy Humble Home
I have saved thousands of dollars on my electricity bill since I started implementing these tips!
The Easiest Way to Lower your Phone Bill and 3 Easy Ways to Save Money on your Cell Phone Bill from Happy Humble Home
Because why would you want to pay more for your phone than you have to?
5 Ways to Save Money on Internet Service from A Day in Our Shoes
Great ideas for lowering the cost of the expensive internet that we all need!
Save Money on your Water Bill from Struggle Today Strength Tomorrow
Our water bill gets overlooked sometimes, but that’s an easy one to lower! Check out these great tips for cutting your water bill.
Save Money on Air Conditioning from Happy Humble Home
Learn how to run your air conditioning in the hot summer months without regretting it when the electric bill comes in.
Reduce Home Heating Costs from Happy Humble Home
And heat your home for less during the Winter too! It’s easier than you probably think!
MONEY SAVING HACKS FOR MOMS
I’m sure that these money saving hacks can help any mom save money. Use these hacks to save on baby supplies, kid stuff, household costs, groceries, and even your bills. Happy saving!
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What is your favorite money saving hack for moms? Let us know in the comments below.
Hi Heather – What an awesome roundup of great money-saving tips! PINNED! Thank you for including my tips on how to save money purchasing brand name clothing. My heart is full of gratitude. Hugs, Holly
Lisa Sharp says
Great ideas! I’m going to have to try some that are new to me. Thanks for sharing my post as well.