January 18, 2011

30 easy ways to save money

Posted in Money/ Finances, Saving/Couponing tagged , , , , at 5:28 PM by Rockin' Rita

There is a great article on that gives 30 easy ways to save money, and I thought I would share it with you. After all, I am a member of Swagbucks and Ebates. Personally, I plan on incorporating many of these techniques into my daily life. I would like to suggest to you that you try to incorporate them into your lives as well! Come on, who doesn’t love to save money?! I know I sure do.

Here’s a small part of the list that ispf of Grad Money Matters wrote for the DLM blog. Enjoy. I hope you find these tips as helpful as I did.

  1. Cook at home often
  2. Make your own coffee
  3. Brown bag lunch at least a few days a week
  4. Make a list before going shopping
  5. Go grocery shopping while you are in a hurry
  6. Watch out for expiration dates on perishable goods
  7. Buy in bulk when possible

WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THE LIST? IS THERE ANYTHING THAT WASN’T LISTED IN THE ARTICLE THAT YOU FEEL IS A MUST TO HELP SAVE MONEY?


PS: I’m pretty surprised that couponing and signing up for rewards programs (offered by many companies, such as chain restaurants and movie theaters) aren’t listed as these are two fabulous and very simple ways to save money if you love to go out!

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