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We've cut our TV service off and it is working great. The electric bill went down, we are spending more time together as a family, and we joined NetFlix so that we can still have some TV time and not go cold-turkey. We are loving it - even the kids are.
We moved out of state. I used to spend at least $100 a week on gas. Now I never go anywhere. We didn't really do this to save money, but hey, what the heck, it's working. We did cancel our cable, home phone, gym membership and video membership. We also went down to one car. It's hard living without those things, but we really didn't have the money.
We were thinking of joining a gym but then realized that if we began to get off of our rears and do some things around the house (walk, chop wood by hand, wash our own cars, wash clothes by hand and so forth), we began to get fit and feel good about ourselves. Turning the cable off really helped because then we were not tempted. I order TV shows from NetFlix and watch an entire season. This way I get to keep up with what is happening and not worry about missing anything. We're loving. Even the kids, if you can believe that.
since my hubby and i works at the same company,we go to work using one car.if my shift starts way earlier than his, he sleeps at the sleeping lounge, then since i have to wait for his shift to end, i sleep while waiting for him.we cut on the cost of gas, and electricity @ home since we're at the office practically the whole day
Well friends this is the perfect way to save money. Now watch the present economical conditions savings has become necessary. As i am also doing the same as cutting my gas bills,electricity bills. etc.....
You can sort out million tricks for this question, but the basic answer can be - sort out the wanted and the unwanted in your life, make a list of it you will realize how much you spend on the unwanted list always, cut it immediately and you are on it.
We've really begun to get rid of those unneccessary items. It is really amazing at what you really don't need. And I mean really need.
Well everyone should know that living with less isn't that bad really. It's all in how you live, if something on the material side of things, live a rule: if you don't touch it in a year get rid of it. If you think of local things to do, heck go play a game of baseball. For me and my husband we live in a one room cabin,(the big one will come when it's supposed to). I lived with two kids in a motorhome for a couple of years as we cleared our land. Lots of beans and rice. I had a storage unit. Then a shed. Now I'm finally where its comfortable. I have the wood stove a cooking.Just learn to keep things simple. We don't just run around because we live to far from town to lolligag around. I cook all our meals. Sometimes we'll splurg and get a burger somewhere. I'm not rich. But there is no debt. If I can minimize anyone can. Laura
The best things in life are free. If you find you are spending more than you are earning, then you are headed for serious financial problems.
But life is very short when you have plenty of money and things to do with money. And on the other hand life is very long and boring when you have little or no money.
Cutting expenses. We have cut off cable, keep the lights turned off, take our lunches, and try to use one car instead of two. Not sending birthday cards but instead calling the person. Hearing our voices makes them so much more happy. We are still finding ways to do it.
Hello, We have reduced the cell minutes and are only using those in case of emergencies, buy toiletries etc when it is on sale and stock up. Wash dishes by hand, instead of the dishwasher and unplug all things we are not using, it saves on electricity.
Americans do not seem to look out for insurance.
Insurance is also a sort of savings. Bank savings gives you the amount of money saved by you in times of loss. But insurance gives you the amount of money planned to be saved in times of loss. You can invest in insuring your own life, lives of your near and dear, your immovable assets, etc. In future, look out for reliable insurance companies and save a little from your savings.
by realtalk247 3 years ago
Saving money is fun! If you consider saving money a chore, your likelihood of being successful budgeting is slim to none. There are fun ways to save money. Make it a challenge to cook like a chef at home rather than eating out. Find ways to get discount tickets to attend...
by first million 9 years ago
is anyone able save money?
by Lgali 9 years ago
I take bus to work instead of car..
by Josh and Lindsey 7 years ago
What's your best tip for saving money?What tip would you give someone trying to pay off debt or start saving?
by Donna Fairley Huebsch 6 years ago
What are the 10 top tips to reduce your cash outflow?We all have a lot of expenses...healthcare insurance, car insurance, mortgage, taxes, groceries, utilities, etc. When you've absolutely, positively got to cut back on your expenses, what are 10 things you can do that will have the biggest impact?
by Cindy Vine 16 months ago
What are some good tips on how to save money?
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