How to Leave a Comment | The Fast Track to a $15 Amazon Gift Card

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There is no way to get rich quick, but this is the closest thing.  Leave a comment on a Money Saving Monday blog post here at MH4C.  Each month I’ll pick my two favorite comments, and the commenter will get a $15 Amazon gift card.  With my comment volume, you have about a 10-15% chance of being selected.

However, if you don’t ever leave a comment, you have a 0% chance of being selected.

I’ve had a couple of folks email their comments because they didn’t know how to leave a comment.  Rest assured, I’m about to teach you how …

If you get emails sent to you with my articles, or if you subscribe to MH4C in an RSS reader, you’ll need to visit the blog in order to leave a comment.

How to Leave a Comment at MH4C

  1. In the reader or email, click on the article title.  Your preferred browser will automatically open that article on my blog.
  2. Scan all the way down to the bottom of the article and you’ll see my author bio with my beautiful face.  Under that, you’ll see something that says “comments … read them below or add one.”
  3. Click on “add one”, and you’ll be given the chance to enter your name, email address, and blog address.  You don’t need to enter a blog address, but you do need a valid email address.
  4. Write whatever you want in the text box and then click on submit.

If you’ve never left a comment before, you might not see it right away because I approve all comments by new commenters.

But, that’s the simple recipe.  By the way, you can comment on any post, not just Monday posts.


  1. Wendy Moore says

    A Cheap fire starter! You save the lint from your dryer, wax from you candles, and egg cartons. You take the lint and fill the egg carton sections packing them full. Then you heat the scrap wax from you candles and pour over the lint in each section. Once the wax is cool, you cut out each section. Then place them like you would paper to start your fire, only 2 or 3 sections will be needed. Light the egg carton sections, which will ignite the wax and lint. The wax allows the fire to burn longer and the lint feeds the fire. Simple and easy….and with materials you already probably have around the house.
    *Should note that you use the egg cartons that are made out of the cardboard material and not the styrofoam ones.

  2. Jessica says

    Thank You for your blog! I am a new Christian and my husband and I just started Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University! I am very excited and I Thank God for your blog for the great advice and to help keep us focused!