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What do you spend extra on?
Do you pass on the generic coffee and opt for a certain name brand or flavor?
Are you a milk chocolate loving Momma who will skip on the extras to ensure you have that chocolate stash?
We all do it we will save money on this, but opt to spend a little bit extra on that.
The most common items are chocolate and coffee. Some will pay extra for good wireless and internet service.
Honestly, as a work from home mom good internet service is important.
Self care is also important. Opting for a good massage or a good book and quiet time is much needed.
Do you opt for the name brand and skip the generic on some items?
I will admit it we do. Even this frugal, money saving mom will opt for certain brands.
When is comes to hair care I have certain brands I use and I won’t sway. I have this mass of curls for hair and you do wrong by it and you get frizz.
What brands are you faithful to? Do you have a brand of laundry soap you stick to or a certain salad dressing?
I know people who are specific about cereal, cheese, dressings, pop and spices.
What about services is there a service you can’t do without and will pay extra for?
Do you love Amazon? What about all the advantages you get with Amazon Prime? I love Amazon and the two day delivery feature.
What about grocery delivery or shopping online? Have you ever taken advantage of the online shopping features offered by grocery stores?
We pooled our audience and the answers that came back were great. I totally understand why you spend extra on the following items:
- Hair Care
- Laundry Soap
- Organic Vegetables
- Olive Oil
You can still save money on these items by using the Ibotta money saving app. Simple click, shop and save.
Learn what we have given up to save money and other money saving posts:
- 21 Things We Gave Up To Save Over $1000
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- Ways To Save Money That Won’t Cost You A Dime
Have an amazing day,
Saving & Simplicity