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It is my great pleasure to welcome Molly to my site this week and have an opportunity to share with you her latest effort to help us all save those pennies that are so difficult to come by these days.

Once again I would like to thank all of you who have subscribed to my newsletter. I will try to sent you items that will be worthy of your time and will continue to point you to Jesus.

I’m excited about today’s post because I’m interviewing Molly Green of I’ve done a couple of things with her over the last month, which has only increased my admiration for her.

I have been frugal all of my life, and have taken considerable teasing for it at times. Of course that hasn’t stopped me, since I’ve been through enough tough financial times to know that I will never regret that “penny” I saved and that saved pennies really do add up to dollars. I’ve also had opportunity to regret pennies I’ve spent, that would have been better saved.

It is my great pleasure to welcome Molly to my site this week and have an opportunity to share with you her latest effort to help us all save those pennies that are so difficult to come by these days. She has a way of making saving fun, so I’ve asked her to share with you a bit about herself and her latest project, the Molly Member program.
I’ve heard about your new Molly Member program and am hoping you will share a bit about that. But first, I’d like to ask a bit about yourself and your website.

Have you always been this frugal and good at organization?

No—it’s been a learning curve, and I’m still learning! One great thing about frugality is that it builds on itself. Pretty soon it becomes second nature to ask myself questions like, “Can I live without this?”  “What do I already have at home that could be used instead?” I started looking at things in a new light—thinking of ways to re-purpose and re-use instead of just throwing away.

So, I’m paying more conscious attention to the resources we have—money, time, belongings, etc. and I guess that helps with organization, too. I look at each commodity and ask “How can I best use this.” or “How can I store it, or look after it?”  It’s a day-by-day process.

What are some of your long term goals that being frugal will help you to accomplish?

Live without debt, and therefore be much more self-sufficient.
Have freedom to spend time and money on things I’d enjoy, like travel, giving and helping with mission work, etc.

Keep a home that is simple and serene, that reflects my family’s values and interests.

Remove as much stress as possible from my family’s life, and help other families realize that it’s possible for them too.

What is your favorite part of being frugal, besides saving money?

I like that it’s a conscious, thinking, purposeful way to live. It’s about sensible choices and good stewardship. It’s about simplifying and bringing sanity to my lifestyle and home. Eventually, it’s about freedom and independence. I do NOT need to be controlled by advertisements and other people’s expectations. It’s actually a very rewarding and fulfilling way to live!

What do you hope to convey to your readers?

That there is not one “right” way to spend your money. It’s a matter of being thoughtful and purposeful in your spending and knowing your goals. My goals may be very different from your goals and that’s OK.  Examining your budget doesn’t mean you need to give up all the luxuries you love or go whole hog and start making and using cloth toilet paper! There are lots of baby steps that can have a significant impact on your finances. It’s a matter of deciding what is “worth it” for you, and what isn’t.

My other desire is that women stop seeing frugality as a sacrifice, and rather view it as something positive. What better way to make use of your creativity and resourcefulness! I love a good challenge and I find frugally to be a fun, almost entertaining, way of life.  I hope to encourage my readers to do the same.

So tell me about your new membership program.

I’m so glad you asked! I’m really excited about this. Each month, my team and I put together an amazing issue of Molly’s Money-Saving Digest. Each issue sells for $4.95, which is a bargain in itself. However, we kept getting requests for annual subscriptions. Rather than hassle with tracking subscription starts and stops and all that, we decided to go with a membership program. For only $3.95 a month, you can become a Molly Member. You receive not only the monthly Digest, but also a page of links, downloads, freebies, coupons, sneak peeks and resources that go along with the monthly theme! It’s an amazing money-saving bargain. It truly is Less Money ~ More Molly! And if anyone is unsatisfied (I know they won’t be!), they can unsubscribe at any time. It really is an amazing deal.

I know I’ve been frustrated when I’ve saved something and then can’t find it when I want it. Will the Digests and other membership material be deleted each month or will they remain available to the members on site?

It will all remain available on our membership site.

I spent several hours — yes, I do mean several hours browsing the first Molly Member issue. Like you know, I’m frugal to the core, yet even I was able to find ideas I didn’t know about that I could put to use right away — Oh, I wish I had saved more of those 2 liter pop bottles!

For those of you who have read any of Molly’s newsletters, freebie tips or purchased even one of her monthly Digests, you know the bargains each one brings to your mail box. I know you are going to want to save another $1 a month and subscribe — Less Money~ More Molly — this could catch on.

Finding Joy in the Journey,

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  • Phyllis
    Posted March 15, 2010 at 1:06 PM

    Thanks for all those great links, too, Phyllis. I loved seeing all the photos of the Duggars…I would love to have had all those children…but alas..I got married at 34 and am blessed with two…girl 40 and boy 39…so thankful they love the Lord. ‘grandma’ Jeanne in Pa.

    You are so welcome Jeanne

  • Molly Green
    Posted March 15, 2010 at 11:35 AM

    Thanks so much for sharing, Phyllis! I’m pretty excited about the program. 🙂

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