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Frugal living at its best.
Welcome to Saving & Simplicity. Today we are going to talk about over 275 ways for you to cut your home expenses and save money.
And the key is to keep it simple for money saving success. We are not suggesting you go out and buy this or buy that to save money.
In fact, we are encouraging you to use what you have, to improvise. To really look at where your money is going so you know what to cut and where to save.
Home is where your heart is.
It is also the main source of your expenses. Whether you rent or pay a mortgage, grocery bills, utility costs and all the other fees that come along with running a household.
In addition the costs of raising a family, meals out, activities and vacations. Add it all up and ….sorry did the stress set in.
I know exactly what you are feeling, that ugh I don’t want to talk about all of it. I have been there, trust me I know the stress. Don’t let the numbers stress you.
Today you are going to learn how to lower your household expenses and start saving money.
First, I want you to look at all the places you are spending your money. What did you buy this week? Where did you have dinner? What was the most expensive bill you paid?
My husband and I did all of this and it was hard and nerve racking and stressful, but it paid off. After looking at all the places we spent money we cut our costs and saved over $1000 a month.
That is extra money we can put towards our bills and our savings.
In our frugal journey we have met so many thrifty people.
And no thrifty person is a like. One may do laundry this way or make their own soap. While another only buys this brand of cereal because it is the most economical.
Feel free to learn the 25 frugal living lessons we have learned from thrifty people.
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Single income households.
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101+ ways to cut your household expenses.
The best place to start saving money is in the kitchen. Did you know that you can freeze over 50 different items to help you save money? Start buying your items on sale, stock up, bulk buy and save.
Learn another 101 super frugal living tips to help you save money on your household expenses. Simple changes to your everyday can save you big money.
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Have an amazing day,
Saving & Simplicity