I created this resource page to easily list recommended services, products, and companies that I use and/or those I know are valuable. This way you can quickly find great products and services all in one place. 

Disclosure: There are some affiliate links below and I may receive commissions for purchases made through links in this post, but these are all products I highly recommend. I won’t put anything on this page that I haven’t verified and/or personally used.

Money Saving Websites and Apps

Ebates: Sign up for a website like Ebates where you can earn free CASH BACK for just spending like how you normally would online. All you do is click on a store that you want to shop through (they have TONS of stores such as Kohls, REI, Toys R Us, etc.), and shop just like how you normally would. Ebates makes a commission for referring you to the store you just shopped at, and they give you some of that money back as a thank you. Plus, when you sign up through my link, you receive a free $10 cash back!

Dosh: Earn free CASH BACK for just spending like how you normally would in store. All you do is link your preferred cards and shop just like how you normally would. Dosh makes a commission for referring you to the store you just shopped at, and they give you some of that money back as a thank you. Plus, when you sign up through my link, you receive a free $5 cash back!

Shopkick: Earn kicks in-store and online, then redeem for a wide selection of digital gift cards. With eight easy ways to earn rewards while you shop earning gift cards has never been easier with Shopkick. Plus, when you sign up through my link, you receive 250 kicks after your first walk-in or scan (within 7 days of joining).

SwagbucksSwagbucks is a company where you can earn free gift cards and cash for the things you normally do online, such as shopping, searching the web, and taking surveys. I’ve been using Swagbucks for years to earn free gift cards and it’s great! You can sign up for Swagbucks here.

Homeschool Savings

Homeschool Buyers Co-op: With over 190,000 families, the Homeschool Buyers Co-op is the worlds’ largest buyers club for homeschooling families. They use their purchasing power to get members the best deals anywhere for homeschool curriculum. A good portion of the curriculum we use I have purchased from Homeschool Buyers Co-op. 


Airbnb: My preferred way to travel is to stay in short-term rental vacation homes such as Airbnb (this will give you a $40 Airbnb coupon code for your next stay).  Airbnb vacation home rates are usually comparable or cheaper than a hotel, plus you usually have more room and there is usually a kitchen as well. Also, if you have a lot of people going on vacation with you, you can split a house for a much cheaper price than it would be for everyone to get a hotel room.

Blog Courses

Start A Mom Blog: If you are looking for an easy to follow course that will walk you through starting a blog, finding your perfect niche, writing your first pillar posts, editing themes, adding plugins and so much more, Blog By Number by Suzi Whitford is the PERFECT course to get you started. She breaks everything down in simple terms and “holds your hand” the entire way. Honestly, any of Suzi’s courses are pure gold and very affordable.

Blogging Blastoff Course: this course is over 30 different classes in one. Topics include starting your blog, social media, and photography all the way through affiliate marketing and sponsored posts. Each section is continuously being updated so that you always will have the most up-to-date information. In fact, I have made it a point to go back and re-take the course (which you will have access to for at least two years once you enroll) througout the year to gain more insightful knowledge about blogging. You can even sign up for their free 5-day email crash course on how to start blogging.

Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing: I recommend checking out Michelle’s online course for bloggers. She earns over $50,000 a month through affiliate marketing and she graciously shares her exact strategy and tips in this very informative online course. If you’re a blogger (even if you’re a new blogger!), then you NEED this course.


Siteground: SiteGround is one of the most popular and highest rated hosting providers in the WordPress community. My blog is hosted on Siteground. I love the speed, security, and support Siteground offers its customers. If you are getting started I suggest one of their shared hosting plans. 

Bluehost: Is another alternative for hosting. If you’re looking to start a WordPress blog for cheap, then choosing Bluehost for your hosting needs may be your answer. You can start your own blog with them for just $2.95 a month! If you are new to blogging Bluehost can be a great alternative to get your blog up and running.


Restored 316: If you are need of a great blog theme. I love Restored 316. Their feminine child-themes for Genesis are beautiful and very versatile, and most can be customized just how you want to match your brand and the feel of your site. Their support is top notch and every theme comes with tutorials to assist you through set-up, and if you need further support you can always submit a support ticket to the company and receive a quick and friendly response. I am running the Captivating theme right now on this site and am beyond happy with it.

Just a note: the themes I mentioned above are called child themes, and must be run on a parent theme called Genesis. If you are looking into the actual design of your blog, Genesis seems to always be the most popular. I highly recommend it. It’s affordable too!  You can purchase the Genesis framework here.

Social Media

Tailwind: Tailwind is a company that I just started using, but I am already going to say that I 100% love it. Tailwind allows you to schedule your Pinterest pins and look at the analytics related to that so that you can see what is working and what is not. It saves me a ton of time and allows me to grow my blog with minimal work.