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5 Grocery Items to Rethink

Have you made a shopping list this week? Let’s take a look at that list and see what we can do about saving you some money! These products need to be evaluated, not necessarily removed from your list, but you may need to rethink how you buy them. Produce We definitely want to keep buying …

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Purchasing produce wisely

This post may contain affiliate links. I receive a small percentage of purchases made through these links, while your price is unaffected. When money is tight, it’s time to reevaluate our buying decisions. We’ve talked about evaluating whether a purchase is a need or a want. Now, let’s look at an area of our purchasing …

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Family cloth

Sometimes we choose to live a certain way for health reasons, or ecological reasons, and often to save some money. Sometimes, however, we are forced to find creative ways to deal with situations due to outside forces. When the stores run out of toilet paper, we have to find another way to deal with this …

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Learning to make do

When you are trying to make your money stretch farther, sometimes the best choice you can make is simply to not spend the money. Learning to make do with what you already have is a vital skill that will save you money. Today, I’d like to give you a list of ideas for making do …

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How to budget monthly

I’m not a big fan of complex or complicated. I like things simple and easy to maintain. That’s why I created some simple monthly budget pages. An envelope system for your finances is great, but I find that also having a monthly plan can get you to think more strategically about your money. This is …

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Portable office ideas

Even though we tend to have different interests and responsibilities, we all have at least one thing in common. We all have bills to pay and papers to keep track of. I’ve tried several methods of organizing bills and papers through the years. In the end, I realized that working with my current habits and …