Crystal Paine

Crystal Paine is a child of God, wife, homeschool mom of three, author, and speaker. In 2007, she founded, a site that has since grown to become one of the most popular blogs on the web, currently averaging 1.5 million readers per month. Her mission is to challenge women in any season of life to wisely manage their time and resources and live life on purpose.

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Need time management just for moms? Crystal Paine of The Time-Saving Mom explains an easy-to-implement four-step system to organize and simplify your life. View Show Notes →
Too much to do, not enough time to do it? Crystal Paine, of The Time-Saving Mom, delivers real-world, no-nonsense time management advice. View Show Notes →
We all make mistakes, and our children WILL make mistakes. Crystal Paine shares how to trust God when parenting our children. View Show Notes →
What you truly believe about God's love will affect how you parent your kids. Crystal Paine addresses our self talk and how to love our kids where they are. View Show Notes →
Do you struggle with how others see you as a parent? Crystal Paine guarantees that parents cannot fail if they do ONE thing. View Show Notes →
One of the most common points of contention in marriage is the issue of money. Crystal Paine, Tom Nelson, and Ron Deal offer some strategies to help keep money from being a source of conflict. View Show Notes →
Crystal Paine,talks about the day she realized that she didn't have to do it all and how one little word-NO-revolutionized her life. View Show Notes →
Is life running you ragged? Author Crystal Paine recalls a financially stressful season in the life of her family that God worked for good and ultimately prodded her to launch her website. View Show Notes →
Savers extraordinaire Crystal, Steve and Annette share their most frugal tips for saving on groceries and paying off debt, including mortgages. View Show Notes →
Savvy savers tell how their short term sacrifices blessed them with long-term benefits. View Show Notes →
Moms tell how their frugal ways have them saving big at the grocery store, allowing them to give generously to others. View Show Notes →