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- 02/03/17 Jill Savage in Normal, IL at Calvary United Methodist Church – Mom2Mom
- 02/24/17 Jill Savage in New Lenox, IL at New Life Church MOPS Group
- 03/07/17 Jill Savage in Morton, IL at New Life Christian Church — Mom’s Life
- 03/18/17 Mark and Jill Savage in Woodridge, IL at St. Scholastica Parish
- 03/23/17 Jill Savage in Gurnee, IL at Immanuel Church
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Category Archives: Living With Less
I love to both give and receive books and because I’m a living with less girl, I also love to pass along a good deal. I just learned that Amazon is offering $5 off any print book purchase of $15 … Continue reading
Peer pressure. Those two words are usually associated with the teen years. Yet you and I face peer pressure everyday. When you see your neighbor’s new minivan, does it make your old beater look even worse? When you hear all … Continue reading
Today’s post is from Hearts at Home speaker Marianne Miller. Marianne is the author of The Gift of Enough: Raising Grateful Kids in a Culture of Excess. Marianne loves to teach about finding financial freedom. I asked her to share … Continue reading
It all started with a picture and comment my friend and coworker, Connie, put on Facebook. I like my little “Living With Less So Your Family Has More” car, but honestly I get razzed about it all the time. “What CEO … Continue reading
“Piglet noticed that even though he had a very small heart, it could hold a rather large amount of gratitude.” … Continue reading
Several years ago I discovered something that transformed the saving habits of our family: online savings accounts. Initially I was drawn to the accounts because their interest rates were better than any brick and mortar bank. However, now I’m sold … Continue reading
With my cancer journey, we’ve obviously had quite a few medical bills landing in our mailbox. Three times in the past three months, I have discovered mistakes on our EOB–Explanation of Benefits that are sent to us on each claim. … Continue reading
Ever since I’ve began super couponing a little over two years ago, I am always looking for wonderful deals to take advantage of using coupons. Yesterday I was able to order a $30 (plus shipping) photo book from Shutterfly for just … Continue reading
When someone is in the hospital, I like to visit and take something to brighten their room or pass the time away. However, when someone I care about is in the hospital and lives far away, a visit is just … Continue reading
At the end of the mowing season in the Fall, our lawnmower died. In the past few weeks both our washing machine and dishwasher have died and our car needed $500 in repairs. Yesterday when Mark and I rolled out … Continue reading
In our book, Living With Less So Your Family Has More, Mark and I share about the importance of doing what’s best for your family regardless of how your choices might be different than the rest of the world. Our … Continue reading
Mark and I have always believed that teaching our kids money management strategies needs to be a priority. When they were small, we gave them one dollar a week for allowance…in dimes. Then we had them manage their money with … Continue reading