You need to save more money, but you're too burned out to figure out how.

Hey pandemic parent, I see you. With this checklist, you'll learn how to:

  • Quickly replenish that [depleted] family emergency fund
  • Cut expenses you didn't realize you were paying
  • Be smart with money...but in a lazy way

And best of all, it's free!

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"Thanks to Maddie, I found a $40/month service I didn't even realize I was paying for. I went through the rest of my personal and business expenses and cut $586 in monthly subscriptions! Holy crap!"

- ELIZABETH C -

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"Thanks to Maddie, I found a $40/month service I didn't even realize I was paying for. I went through the rest of my personal and business expenses and cut $586 in monthly subscriptions! Holy crap!"

- ELIZABETH C -

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Hi, I'm Maddie!

AND I KNOW WHAT IT'S LIKE TO HAVE NO ENERGY TO DEAL WITH MONEY PROBLEMS.

The constant stress of ever-changing pandemic norms (is there school tomorrow?) means that we parents have no energy left to fix the budget.

But guess what? You can save HUNDREDS of dollars without losing any more energy. You could be - dare I say it? - lazy about it.

These tips are SIMPLE and EASY. My husband and I are doing these between decoding school quarantine rules, changing diapers between Zoom calls, and rescheduling vacation plans...again. And we've saved thousands of dollars following them.

Best of all? None of these tips hurt your quality of life. Looking at you, monthly cleaning service!

If that sounds good to you, then grab 12 lazy ways for families to save money to learn more.

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