Here is my list of various resources for money-saving websites, my favorite products, my go-to sewing patterns, ect.

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Cashback Websites & Apps

One easy way to get money back in your pocket is through cashback websites and apps.


Just sign up through one or both of these and remember to visit one before your online shopping. I use both because sometimes one will have better cash back rates. They both have apps as well.


Find coupons and earn cash back at over 2,000 stores when you shop through Ebates!

You can get a $10 gift card with your first purchase, too!




I mostly use TopCashback. They have over 3,500 online merchants to earn cash back at!

Since joining, I’ve made $99.89!



These are apps that earn you cash back when you buy groceries, go clothing shopping, eat out, or even use your favorite apps. All you have to do is take pictures or scan the receipts! It’s that easy! If you use these in combination with coupons, you can save a ton of money!


Ibotta earns you money through more than 750 stores. Not just grocery stores! You get a $10 bonus when you signup! You only need $20 to cash out via Paypal, Venmo, or gift card.

I like Ibotta because it links up with your Facebook friends and you can earn teamwork bonuses! I’ve earned $53 so far.

Checkout 51 

Checkout 51 is limited to grocery stores, but they always have a great selection of rebates! And once your account reaches $20 in savings, they’ll mail you a check!

So far I’ve earned $22.25.

Walmart Savings Catcher 

Savings Catcher on the Walmart app compares prices on your eligible purchases with any lower prices in your area. They’ll give you any difference on an eGift card!





Katrina’s Sew Quick Soakers

These covers are super easy to sew! You can make them with fleece and PUL. The above link is Katrina’s blog.

Here is the Google Drive with all the patterns.

Arfy’s Site: Prefold2Fitted

This is the site where I’ve made all my fitted diapers from. She has tons of patterns, so I’m sure you can find one to suit your needs.