Want to save $200-£200/year by economising on haircuts? Here are some great and easy ways to easily achieve these savings for yourself. Below are my top tips for some big savings that can be had. read more
You can book UK holiday caravans direct with owners. Get the same holiday, just cheaper! read more
If you are looking for some great ways to create playdates for your children, why not try a potluck playdate. The ideas for entertaining are endless and easy on your budget. read more
How to save additional money when it seems no more budget cuts can be made. Tips and tricks, some revived from earlier generations, but still valid. read more
Learn how you and your family can visit zoos for free! read more
Times are tough. At least they are for many people. Cutting costs is a challenge when expenses seem to come from all directions -power, phone, gas, petrol, food, bank fees, clothes, entertainment, health...etc, etc read more
The article gives 25 Tips to Save Money on Food Bills. By implementing just few of these tips, you can save a lot on your food bills and invest the savings in a better way. Read on to know these tips. read more
Tips to Save Money Heating Your House and Making it Energy Efficient : The article talks about certain essential tips that can help you save more on your household bills this winter. read more
Ways to Save Money on Healthcare : One of the major household expenses can be on health care services, however there are certain ways in which you can save a lot on these. Read on to know these tips. read more
Since you’ve just cleaned out your closet, part of getting your life back on track after a break-up is sorting out your finances. Many of us spend way too much and acquire debt like Paris Hilton acquires designer sunglasses. Continually... read more
How can we continue to make ends meet when it seems as if those ends get further and further apart each month? If your income isn’t getting any greater, then you need to check out this article to find some ways to take back control over your finances and start saving money. You might find some of them useful in these tough economic times. read more
How you can save money by eating at home rather than eating in restaurants. Prices for a Whopper at Burger King in Ontario Canada and prices to make your own at home. read more
Gasoline prices have risen steadily, but you can help economize in many ways. Here is a list of 30 tips for gas saving. read more
Do you grab the most expensive thing on the grocery store shelf every week? That's not the next idea. read more
If you are looking for some great ways to have fun with your kids this summer but are on a budget, look no further. Check out these ideas to keep the fun going while giving your pocketbook a break. read more
This article offers great tips on saving money on children's clothing. Find out how you can shop on an economy budget, from a retail insider. read more
Two things I love are writing and eating soup, no matter what the season. Here is an easy soup recipe that is simple and nourishing. A quick meal to fix while you are busy writing your next hub! read more
There is a creative story about the community of Hubbers in this hub about 'stay at home' vacations. Read it to see if you recognize your fellow Hubbers mentioned here. read more
Make your own cosmatics, soaps and detergents.
Less than 90 minutes to save around $140 WOW!!!
We spend some time infront of TV or chatting with friends when we want to kill time. Some of us spend hours and hours to write hubs and blogs and do marketing to get some dollars "may be 10 or sometimes less or more" Read more
Why don't we use our time to save money instead of getting more money!!! Good idea, isn't it!!!
Ok, we just need to know how to do that. You can use my recipes or search for more suitable recipes for you. Don't give up. Sometimes it works from the first time, and other times it needs us to try once more. So my advice to you is to try small amounts first, then you can buy big amounts of raw materials to use it for long times. This will be more economic too.
Traveling light and spending less, but enjoying every moment of your holiday, is what all look forward to. Simple solutions to adhere to, while traveling will help curb unnecessary expenditure. And that includes meals.
I remember my mother and... read more
Best tips for economizing is simply Prudential spending habit.
Recycling for money, brass, copper, gold, steel, cell phones, electronics
The art of haggling is enjoying a resurgence. For too long it has been the mainstay of the exotic eastern markets, been confined to the dusty corridors of a local flea market or perhaps a garage sale, or in the higher echelons of buying a luxury car.
Now everyone is waking up to the possibilities of a bargain, the sheer pleasure of getting the price knocked down so you could make a saving on your hard earned money, all through haggling. read more
Buying in bulk has long been seen as a money saver. But if you have to go into debt or pay interest to make those purchases, there is no real saving at all. Weigh up the benefits of getting those cheaper items before you stock up on goods you may never use. read more
Stop ! Save money while traveling in your caravan around Australia or elsewhere ! read more
Electrical bills are a major expenditure in households. By using and choosing our electrical appliances wisely, we can save a good amount of money. This may include using a laptop instead of a desktop, choosing an LCD instead of a CRT screen, switching them off when not in use, etc. read more
Living in Hawaii isn't exactly cheap. Everything from rent to groceries to gas can be very expensive. But life in a tropical paradise isn't impossible! Following these budget tips and guidelines will give you a head start to living in Hawaii with less. read more
Rising grocery bills are a problem for many people. We drive less; we buy less food also. Coupons are discussed and there are may tips to save money. Become aware of when products are usually on sale. read more
Working out at home can save you a lot of money, but you must be able to stay motivated to keep on working out. read more
Instead of dining out and snacking out, cook at home and save money. Carry home-prepared lunch to office, instead of eating in the canteen read more
- Get rid of cable or satellite tv and go with broadcast, instead of netflicks try justin.tv
- Shrink your cell phone bill at billshrink.com (hey, its free), I wrote a hub on this
- Check if your power company has peak and off-peak time and be more conservative with your thermostat
- Get rid of the monthly subscriptions you may be paying on your credit card or bank account and have forgotten about
- Go to the goodwill in the most affluent part of town. You would be surprised what you find there.
- Reduce the amount you go out to eat or use something like restaurants.com You can also reduce the amount of ready to eat items you buy at the grocery store
- Find the mark down section of the supermarket and buy your meat there and freeze it for later
- Utilize your local warehouse store (Sam's/Costco) for the best bulk purchases possible
- Add a part-time job you can do from home like writing HubPages (no gas)
- Review your car insurance and make sure that you don't have converge you don't need a and that you have at least a $500 deductible
- Get rid of your land line telephone and save some money
- Compare your internet service and see what cable vs DSL does on price and service
- Make sure you don't get overdraft charges at the bank or late payment fees on your credit card
- Have a garage sale
- Choose to drive the vehicle with the highest gas mileage and carpool every time possible
I hopr these suggestions help.
There are various ways which we can economize on our utility bills. By using energy efficient refrigerator and washing machine models to using flourescent lamps in lighting our house. A simple action of fixing leaking taps, using dual flush toilet system and cooking smart by getting all the ingredients prepared before turning on the gas flame all help to economize our utility bills. For the 6 methods of how to slash utility bills, please read at at my hub at http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Slash-Your-Utility-Bills
Trying to keep down the credit card debt by using little cash for buying food, gas when absolutely needed. Recycle your plastic bottles, cans, glass at your local supermarket for deposit refund. Food pantries are available (though they also are all in dire need of donations from those that can help) for basic non-perishable items. Check out the flyers for the big sales for groceries/retail stores; be sure to have coupons. People from every demographic go to Goodwill or Salvation Army to find clothing, or go to a consignment store. Sell items you don't need on craigslist, ebay or amazon. Re-use ziploc bags, aluminum foil after washing/drying. For recreation, go to a museum, park, picnic,free concerts, hike, look on line or local newspaper for things to do for free on the weekends. Go to the library for books, videos.
by Wendy Iturrizaga 7 years ago
Hello Hubbers, Welcome to a new month full of new challenges. After a very busy April with The HubMob Greatest hits and the HubPages contest we are entering May full of new ideas to keep making the most of our Hubs.This week we are going to be sharing tips about an evergreen topic: Saving money. In...
by Wendy Iturrizaga 7 years ago
HubMob Weekly Topic: Transportation
by Ryan Hupfer 10 years ago
For this week's HubMob, I have decided to cover a topic that is truly close to many people's hearts - their pets. I have never really been a pet owner, but as I meet more and more people I realize the huge role that they play in the lives of others around me. So, this HubMob is basically a way for...
by Ryan Hupfer 10 years ago
First of all, I have officially made it to the Las Vegas airport to head back to good ol' HubPages HQ after a crazy week in Las Vegas. I haven't really gotten any sleep today, so I apologize for any bad grammar, misspellings and what not. That's my disclaimer for the day. So, after last week's...
by Leandraluv 8 years ago
I read about the HubMob weekly topic? Please point me in the right direction.
by Wendy Iturrizaga 8 years ago
HubMob Weekly Topic: Back to School
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc. HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.
|HubPages Device ID||This is used to identify particular browsers or devices when the access the service, and is used for security reasons.|
|Login||This is necessary to sign in to the HubPages Service.|
|HubPages Traffic Pixel||This is used to collect data on traffic to articles and other pages on our site. Unless you are signed in to a HubPages account, all personally identifiable information is anonymized.|
|Remarketing Pixels||We may use remarketing pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to advertise the HubPages Service to people that have visited our sites.|
|Conversion Tracking Pixels||We may use conversion tracking pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to identify when an advertisement has successfully resulted in the desired action, such as signing up for the HubPages Service or publishing an article on the HubPages Service.|