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Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Wallet Friendly/environment Friendly Tips

Wallet Friendly/ Environment Friendly Tips rnConserve, Live Frugally, and Improve Your Quality of LifernYou always thought going green wasn’t for you until it started affecting your wallet. You are spending more money than imaginable on electricity, fuel, and food than ever before. Your family is burning through the groceries. It all falls out around the perfect time, when the economy is bad and you’re unemployed. The stock market is horrible and you can’t sell your house. The purpose of this article is to help you to conserve, live frugally, and improve your quality of life. As a stay at home mother of two handsome boys and a wife, I have had to learn how to live my best life frugally and without indulgence. I have three “bottomless pit” stomachs to feed, a large dog, and a husband who can’t seem to stop running the air conditioner. On top of all of that, we are both college students and can only work part-time jobs. How do we do it all? I ask myself that everyday, but I hope that in this short report you will easily be able to save a realistic $100-$500 per month. The money saving tips I can give for feeding those “bottomless pit” stomachs without breaking the bank is to make a list and stick to it. Come up with some kind of meal plan as in what you will have for dinner Monday---Friday. Clip some coupons out of the newspaper, off of the internet, from the store, etc. Find a store that has a double coupon day and do all of your grocery shopping on that day. Read More>>