Thursday, April 2, 2009

Attitude of Gratitude Blog Award

I'd like to say a big "THANK YOU" to Ginger from the Attention Target Shoppers blog for nominating my blog for this award! It's a great honor to be featured as an award recipient on Ginger's blog - which, in my opinion, is by far the BEST place to get the lowdown every week on Target deals.

The Rules of Accepting and Sharing this Award:

1. Put the logo on your blog or post.

2. Nominate blogs that show an attitude of gratitude.

3. Link to your nominees within your post.

4. Comment on their blogs to let them know they've received this award.

5. Share the love and link to this post and the person who nominated you for the award.

6. Tell us how you've come to have an attitude of gratitude.

I have an attitude of gratitude for all the wonderful savvy bloggers out there helping people learn how to get out of debt, live with less, prepare homemade meals, and save money on everyday items. Here are some of my favorite bloggers:

A Year of Crockpotting: Stephanie started 2008 with a goal to use her crockpot every single day. Well, she did it! Every day last year, she posted a new, unique crockpot recipe with pictures of the ingredients and the final product, as well as her family's verdict. Now it's 2009, and she's still blogging away with great new recipes every few days.

Common Sense With Money: Mercedes blog is very popular and well known for her weekly Walgreens and CVS deal posts. If you're in the Twin Cities, check out her deal posts for Copps/Pick-N-Save, which has the same sale promotions and double coupon schedule as our local Rainbow Foods stores.

Northern Cheapskate: Christina is another Minnesota blogger with great ideas for saving money. Check out her recent post on saving money as a stay-at-home mom.

Leaving Excess: Michelle is a CPA and a Twin Cities blogger who shares candid and entertaining stories and advice on how to cut out the clutter and live with less.

Keeping the Kingdom First: Alyssa is truly an inspirational blogger who writes about balancing faith, family, and frugality.

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