Money talks in this entertaining and educational hub! Moola Mom wittily blogs about practical money hacks that can maximize your means - delivering a frugal living site for all! 

an artist planning their next thing for my pixers post

I Live To Change

Moola Mom adds a few finishing touches to her home after a remodel to give it some warmth, fun, and excitement. Check out what she found on Pixers and stay tuned for more changes in the future. Read More …

arm wrestles with money to title my post on gym fees

Gym Justi”fee”cation

It’s time to disclose how much I pays for a gym fees and it isn’t cheap! Watch me battle out the costs vs. the benefits of my work-out membership.
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a keyboard and a mouse, for the cover of my post about paste and go

Paste and Save Big Time/Money

Want a faster way to search?  Try “Paste and Go”, a mouse function that saves time versus the keyboard or mouse alternative. This computer hack is pretty nifty and has the potential to re-purpose 3 years of the world’s time! So,  what are you waiting for? Go on, and learn more about it! Read More …

Happy “News” Year!

I publish a quarterly newsletter to update fans on behind-the-scenes information pertaining to my blogging escapades.  No fake news here so sign up now to receive the next/newest installment fresh to your inbox or flip through old archives on the site! Read More …

christmas cash

Christmas Cash

Moola Mom’s kids sure cleaned up with Christmas cash this holiday by getting some very popular money-themed stocking stuffers and  presents. See how excited they got by read this short and sweet post! Read More …

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The Download on the Upload

Managing money on the move with my bank’s app that offers mobile check deposit is a staggering time-saving option!  Read on the find out the ups, downs, and all-arounds of my experience with this techie product offering. Read More …

a woman holding a bag to demonstrate gifts gotten from Swagbucks

Bag Fulla Swag

Now, I’m no celebrity (yet) … but, I do dream of the day that I get doted on with event swag-bags full of cool stuff. Until then, I make do with the next best thing:  Swagbucks App.  Read More …

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Neutral is the New Black

One of my go-to tricks for saving $$$ is buying items in neutral colors.  This rule of choice is non-regrettable, easy, and helpful to your budget! Read More …

familiarity bias needs change to be avoided

Latest(Living.com) and Greatest

Familiarity bias has a strong effect on what you buy. There are often better options out there instead of just sticking with what you know.  So, change up your comfort zone and expand your horizons like I did with LatestLiving.com – a growing new retailer offering the latest, high quality, affordable home decor and furnishings. Read on to learn more about my newfound familiarness with this bias and this brand. Read More …

picture of kid in a carseat to go on my post about cars.com

Safety Saves

Let me drive home the message that car safety is 1 area where time is well-spent – especially when it comes to our littlest passengers. Read More …

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Money Mapping

Let’s use a dictionary to translate money in languages across the globe. Join me in learning new words and then in mastering world currencies! Read More …

Introducing Rubbabu: My New Go-To Toy Brand!

I’m excited to share my discovery of Rubbabu, an awesome toy collection that kids and the environment love. I’m going to show you items I tested and the ones I still want! Read More …

a monkey eating a banana to demonstrate the concept of price per unit

Gone Bananas

When in grade school, I did a project that made me go out to a store and record price per unit on a list of grocery items.  That exercise made a definite impact; I haven’t shopped since without a glance at the shelf label, and often I find myself re-doing some quick math of my own. Read More …

einstein image relating to relativity bias

It’s All Relative

Einstein equation, E = MC2, may have cracked the scientific code with his theory of  relativity stating that small amounts of mass are equivalent to huge amounts of energy. However, I’m going to uncrack the psychology code on a predisposition in our buying psyches called the relativity bias. Read More …