This month’s Molly’s Digest is just a little bit different. It still includes the great recipes, kid’s pages, and creative decorating ideas, but this issue focuses less on saving money and more on making money. The theme is “Home Sweet Business” and the feature article discusses ways to make a little extra money working from home. If you have thought about earning a little cash for extras or even providing a full second income (or full support) for your family, you will find inspiration here. Interviews with several men and women provide ideas and details about businesses as varied as lawn care, bread baking, and affiliate marketing. Other articles provide ideas for home businesses for kids. I know Emily will enjoy this!
Another brand new feature in the Digest is “Something Old, Something New.” I love this! The author provides plans for turning trash into treasure. These are not your typical scouts/ Sunday school crafts that you keep only because your kids made them. These are beautiful items that you will enjoy using in your home. A swimming bag crocheted from plastic bags and margerine lids! Coasters and purses made from old wool sweaters! I am amazed by the creativity here!
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Don’t forget to check out the Econobusters blog, which is loaded with frugal tips, decorating ideas, and freebies!
I received a free copy of Molly’s Digest to write this review. There are affiliate links in this post, so I will profit from any purchases. This did not affect the opinions expressed in any way.