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TWT: Inspiring Stewardship Sites

helping each other be good stewards of all our resources: money, possessions, time, energy, and health

So often the main stumbling block to being a good steward is that we lose motivation.  We look around us and see others who are wasteful in so many ways, and we wonder, “Why are we doing all this?”

Assuming your family has the “Why” worked out, all you need are frequent doses of inspiration and encouragement.  There are many different sites that encourage me to make wise use of our money and time, to care for our possessions and health, and to focus on God through all of these challenges.  Here are some I visit regularly. 

Econobusters 

Works for Me Wednesday

Saving Naturally and its sister site Keeper of the Home

Coupon Teacher: Sharing and Celebrating Successes

Life as Mom

I’ve also learned a huge amount from Canada Girl, who used to host Tightwad Tuesday.  I encourage you to visit her Tightwad Tuesday archives for a wealth of practical, money-saving ideas presented in a warm, sisterly way.   

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3 Comments

  1. Heather says:

    I like your list. I was reading over at Keeper of the Home recently and love that one!

  2. Molly Green says:

    Thanks so much for listing Econobusters! I’m honored. 🙂

  3. Thank you for the link. I think you are a bit more frugal and thrifty than me, so I feel honored to be in this list.

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