(Giveaway closed) 36 hour giveaway: Free eBook “Celebrating & Savoring A Simple Christmas” by Money Saving Mom

This giveaway is now closed.  The winner is Leah, which I am emailing now.

Celebrating and Savoring a Simple Christmas

If you read any frugal lifestyle, coupon blogs or anything like that, you are probably familiar with Crystal Paine of MoneySavingMom.com.  She has one of the largest frugal lifestyle and coupon blogs out there and is also becoming a quite accomplished author.  Even if you aren’t a coupon clipper, you would still benefit from her sales alerts, menu ideas, motivational posts on time management, saving money, setting goals, and more.  Her blog is one of my daily reads!

Last year she wrote and released her first hard copy book, The Money Saving Mom’s Budget.  And she has released several eBooks as well – 21 Days To A More Disciplined Life, How to Make Money Blogging , and Time Management 101.

Today she released her newest eBook – Celebrating & Savoring a Simple Christmas and I am excited to give one copy away to one of my readers! And if you don’t want to wait, you can pick up a copy from today through Thursday for 99¢.  Click here here to purchase your eBook.

(And if you don’t have Kindle, you can read eBooks on your computer with a free application called Kindle for PC – you can download it here.)

Here’s how you can enter to win a copy of Celebrating & Savoring a Simple Christmasjust enter using the rafflecopter widget below.  (If you are reading in an email or in a reader, you will need to click over to see the widget so you can enter.)

That’s it!  Hope you win!  Giveway will end tomorrow, Wednesday, November 14th at midnight.

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Comments

  1. April Richardson says:

    Saving money this Christmas by not spending more than I can afford, not financing anything… keeping it simple.

  2. by doing things early {as in, NOW} so that Thanksgiving and after will be simpler! thanks for the giveaway. 🙂
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  3. Well we will probably have a quiet Christmas with just our immediate family as the husband will not have any time off from work before or after.

  4. Virginia Hines says:

    I’d look the book I’m sure. But I’m a Nook owner. I know I could load it to the pc, but that doesn’t help me. 🙁

  5. Christmas is my favorite holiday and I am all about saving money and living simply. This book sounds like something I would definitely enjoy.

  6. I plan on spending a simple Christmas with family! I would like to have my Christmas presents made and purchased by December the 15th, so I can enjoy my children, while they are out for the holidays!

  7. Christmas is my favourite time of the year, so how could I say no to a giveaway of a Christmas book?! 🙂
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  8. My husband and I will probably be staying home on Christmas Day and enjoying time together as a family. It will be a relaxing, peaceful way to celebrate Christmas.
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  9. I’m planning on celebrating a simple Christmas by making as many Christmas gifts as possible myself. We never spend a lot of money on Christmas presents, but this year our budget is tighter than ever– the perfect excuse to give handmade gifts from the heart!
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  10. By making most of my gifts…I love to give handmade items!

  11. I’m planning on celebrating a simple Christmas by loosening control. Yep, found out I’m a control freak through a recent week long devotional series. Oh, yes I am. There, I said (wrote) it out loud. Through God’s grace I am striving to allow my family to make choices and decisions regarding decorating, meal planning, and gulp our activities.

  12. Rachel Brown says:

    By keeping it simple! =)

  13. Kelly Palmer says:

    I too follow Crystal at MoneySavingMom and really enjoy her blog. This year we will have our oldest daughter and her family with us for Christmas. Santa will be coming to our house to leave our granddaughters Hannah (6) and Ily (2) some gifts so we are very excited!

  14. This year we will go to my inlaws and celebrate with them. Also, my husbands grandparents (both in their 90’s) will be joining too. I feel blessed to still have them around. We will all eat way too much, talk, and play games together, while remembering the True Reason For The Season! (JESUS) : )

  15. Keeping it simple by focusing on the real reason we celebrate not how much we can get or give.[expensive gifts]
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  16. We play chinese christmas with a budget of $30-40 on gifts. It is fun and not expensive. We each bring a dish and we have fun celebrating.

  17. I plan to keep Christmas simple by only sending the gifts that we can afford and can get to in time. We have a list of family-favorite things to do at Christmastime, but I am not going to try to make sure we do one per day, like I have in the past. What we get to, we get to. The spirit of the season is what counts. We’ll make time for savoring that. 🙂

  18. I plan on reducing the amount of activities we do and do more casual activities such as family walks.

  19. I plan to not overdo it with gifts for the kiddos. Something you want, something you need, something to wear, something to read.

  20. I am so excited. We will have family coming into town for a week from North Carolina and Kansas. And we live in Arizona in the mountains. And we all get to attend Christmas Eve services together for first time in too many years. Can’t wait

  21. We keep the last few days before Christmas commitment-free so that I can bake and craft with our daughters.
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  22. We are expecting our newest edition any time in the next three weeks and I plan on taking advantage of the newborn stage when I have to slow down to enjoy the joy in my children during the season.

  23. No travel this year

  24. Planning ahead and keeping lists of everything…

  25. By faithfully observing Advent, I am able to keep Christmas in proper focus and eliminate some of the extraneous “stuff” that seems to happen during this season.

  26. Buying fewer gifts and enjoying more experiences will help our holidays be more simple.

  27. This year I plan to have a simple cozy christmas at home by getting everything done ahead of time so there’s no last minute running around.

  28. Making simple gifts

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