Our kitchens consume most of our grocery budget and household budget. Here are ten tips to save money in the kitchen and another ten on saving money on groceries.
Do you shop at Target on a regular basis? Start saving a few bucks with simple tips from signing up for a REDCard to printing online coupons to comparing in store and online prices.
Save money on heating bills with infrared heaters. They heat the entire house including the walls, ceiling and floors and retain the heat!
With winter temperatures upon us, the thermostat is cranked up and zoom goes the electric bill. A space heater may make more sense if you don't need to heat the whole house.
If you or your kids love playing with a Nintendo Wii often, buying batteries can be expensive. Get some rechargeable batteries or battery packs instead and save your money!
The author goes to great lengths to help you waste money later. Yes, here are some ridiculous ways to help you save money and all so you can spend it (un)wisely on the "important stuff."
While menu planning and cooking, here are a few small steps that can help to add savings in the long run to the monthly food budget.
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Saving money is more important now than it has been for a long time. Groceries are one thing you can't live without, so I have put together a few tips on saving yourself some money on that huge grocery bill.
Grocery shopping is almost painful these days. It hurts to see so much of your hard earned money go so fast.