Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Meet Molly Green

In such a time as this, it seems that we are all looking for ways to pinch our pennies. We are also in need of a little encouragement to help us during such stressful times.

Meet Molly Green. She is here to help.

Molly has a brand new website ( with a great mission statement:

Molly Green’s purpose and passion is to empower and encourage keepers at home during this tough economic downturn. I am learning that while the challenges may be great, the opportunities to learn productive ways to care for our homes and families are even greater. Copyright, 2008.

Her site is still under construction, but you can already find great posts about frugal gift buying and recipes and even Six Easy Ways To Stop Spending Now. Soon, you'll be able to sign up for a free newsletter. But that's not all.

The Old Schoolhouse has an exciting new line of ebooks coming out soon with Molly as its main character. Each downloadable digest will be published monthly for women who are wanting to learn how to 'survive and thrive in today's economy'.

I had the unique opportunity to preview a draft copy of the January e-book, Molly's Money-Saving Digest: Let's Get Organized for Fiscal Fitness. January's issue focus' on inspiring and helping you to make real changes in your budget by providing you with articles about:

cooking frugally and healthy (including several EASY bread recipes),
redecorating your home by using items already lying around the house,
and creating a Home Management Binder (forms are included in the digest!)

You'll also find reacurring articles such as:

Parenting That Pays (parenting advice that doesn't cost a cent)
Pull Up A Chair (ideas for frugal hospitality)
and On Sale This Month (a list of items that are usually discounted this time of year)

I enjoyed reading through these helpful and pratical articles and am looking forward to the finished product. Molly has certainly come at a time when our family could use a friend wise in the ways of homemaking and frugality. Molly's Money-Saving Digest: Let's Get Organized for Fiscal Fitness will be available to purchase from TOS in early January for $4.95. Watch the Schoolhouse Store for more information and updates.
**Please note: This post is not a part of the 7 Reviews/7 Giveaways.**
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  1. Wow! What perfect timing, as far as our budgeting goes. I can't wait to look into this further. Thanks again.

  2. Perfect for such a time as this! What a wonderful gift we can give to our husbands in being creative to find ways to save money in even the smallest of ways.

    Over the past year I have begun to make many of my own household cleaners. Not only has it saved lots of money but it is far less toxic to us and the environment.

    I am especially curious about the frugal hospitality topic. It is so easy to think that money must be spent in order to invite others into our home. It is also easy to overspend energy and time in order to invite others over - you know, like deep cleaning the house and making it appear like a show room!


  3. I am glad to see that even without a "prize" your reviews are helpful and through. Thank you for that to start saving pennys to buy the book :)

  4. I am always looking for ways to save thank you for the heads up



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