Celebrating & Savoring A Simple Christmas: E-Book Giveaway!

The Book:

It has only been 3 weeks since Crystal Paine of Money Saving Mom released her 21 Days To A More Disciplined Life e-Book, and today she is releasing another new e-book!  Celebrating and Savoring a Simple Christmasbreaks down your biggest holiday frustrations into bite-sized pieces.  Crystal begins by creating a budget, and then follows it up with a manageable gift list.  She gives suggestions for affordable gift-giving, cards, gift-wrap, decorations, clothing, and cleaning.  She also addresses meaningful ways to spend the holidays on relationships and virtues.  If you’re looking for ways to simplify this holiday season, you will find this quick read both helpful and practical.

The Special Offer:

For the first 3 days, get Celebrating & Savoring A Simple Christmas for just $0.99!  On Friday November 16, the book will go to the regular price of $4.99, so buy it at the current low price while you still can!

The Giveaway:

I am also excited to give away 1 FREE copy of Celebrating and Savoring a Simple ChristmasPlease share 1way that you would like to simplify Christmas for your family this year in the comment area below before midnight on November 14.  I will choose 1 winner at random from the commenters, and then e-mail you your coupon code.


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30 Responses to “Celebrating & Savoring A Simple Christmas: E-Book Giveaway!”

  1. JD says:

    Please enter me for a chance to win Crystal’s latest book. She always has the best tips and advice. Thanks!

  2. Sheila says:

    I would like to get all the gifts out of the way and just focus on the holiday.

  3. eunice b says:

    I’d like to simplify our Christmas letter list…who do you know to cut out??? UGH! Thanks! 🙂

    ~eunice b
    tigergal01 @gmail .com

  4. rachel g says:

    This year with a new baby i really want to slow down and cherish this Christmas. He will only experience his first Christmas once and i don’t want to miss it by being super busy. So i want to begin some new traditions with him.

  5. Julie M says:

    We simplified this year by starting the gift buying early. I found teacher gifts and lots of stocking stuffers throughout the year and just put them in the closet. Now I have so much less to buy.

  6. Kim B says:

    Our family has grown very large and it is getting to be too much for everyone to keep buying for everyone in the family. I wish we could come up with a simple solution to cut expenses and reduce the gift giving. It would save time, money and stress so we could focus on Christmas and seeing each other.

  7. Megan W says:

    I would like to focus on the true meaning of Christmas, not the hustle and bustle and gifts. Thanks for the chance to win!

  8. Kim B says:

    Your site looks interesting, I am glad I was led here to check it out through moneysavingmom. in an attempt to win her new e-book. I would definitely like to get on your mailing list and will check out your site again in the future. Thanks!

  9. Jen says:

    I will simplify by trying to focus on my family and the reason for the season, not running here there and everywhere to every party we’re invited to.

  10. Lindsay F says:

    We “locked” our calendars for the months of November and December as of Halloween Day. We checked with close friends and family ahead of time and blocked out the necessary dates/times for any get togethers they have coming up. The rest of the days are ours’. This prevents us from adding the last minute “Oh, the so & so’s are having a party this Saturday and we’re invited” and locks in family time for us to enjoy the Holiday season.

  11. Michelle O. says:

    I’ve been working on simplifying the Christmas season around here for some time but I’m always open to more suggestions. One thing I’ve done is to make sure I have our Christmas picture card sent out by the first of December. Thanks for the chance to win this ebook!

  12. jessi doggett says:

    We give only three gifts…just like Jesus and the wisemen!

  13. Lynne B says:

    I’m combining gifts for families as well as the main gift for my children to give something of value and also make it simpler on me as opposed to finding something for each niece and nephew, sibling and in-law.

  14. ACMommy3 says:

    One way I want to simplify this year is the kitchen work, I always end up doing way too much and with complicated recipes. 😀

  15. Anouk S says:

    I try to simplify by doing my Christmas shopping throughout the year. This year I finish my shopping last week! Yay! Thanks for the giveaway!

  16. Ashley says:

    We have simplified our Christmas by no longer buying gifts for the adults; we only buy for the children in our family. We will have a big family dinner and that is gift enough.

  17. Sarah C. says:

    I would like to simplify Christmas by having my gift giving more organized and planned-ahead.

  18. Lorraine says:

    I would love for frugal Christmas gifts to be simplified this year. Thanks for holding this giveaway!

  19. amy w says:

    I love books like this to make life easier!

  20. kathy says:

    I love reading Crystal’s tips on saving money!

  21. Lacey H says:

    I would like to try and make homemade gifts and not spends hundreds of dollars 🙂

  22. An drea says:

    This year I’d like to have shopping mostly done by Thanksgiving as well as have a dozen meals in the freezer by Dec 1 so we can more fully enjoy the season.

  23. Amy Honious says:

    now that the kids are grown, i think a ‘1 gift’ per person christmas would be nice. they always spend too much on daddy and me! lol
    thanks for the giveaway-i hope i win!

  24. Lindsay says:

    I’m shopping at thrift stores for gifts for my toddler. I’m finding great stuff that way and cutting costs. He’ll just be excited over what he gets!

  25. emily rehber says:

    I would like to have all the family meals combined into one, not so many!

  26. Heather Abbe says:

    I spent all year trying to have a $0 Christmas! Already doing well!

    My Name: Heather Abbe
    My Email: abbegirl1977 at gmail dot com

  27. Jess W says:

    I want to get all my decorating done the weekend after Thanksgiving and not spend several weeks putting up trees and decorations.

  28. Abby says:

    I’d like to simplify the gifts I give and give things that are truly meaningful to each person, instead of just “stuff”.

  29. Rachel Guillotte says:

    I would like to simplify Christmas by removing the commercialization and teaching my kids to focus on gratitude. We will talk for an hour of “family time” about things we were/are grateful for during the past year (before the opening of gifts on Christmas Eve)



  30. Janet Boyanton says:

    I would focus on the meaning of Christmas.

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