Here are some great blogs to check out if you are looking to be more frugal in 2013. We have a few categories, but many will hold your interest.
Check a few out, drop a comment, or join them on Facebook. Thanks.
Amanda offers the best deal on finding electricity if you have to buy on contract. Her advice is located at http://mydollarplan.com. Drop by and leave her a comment.
The next tip comes from Jay, and this will save you dollars at the gas station. He blogs at http://www.dailyfueleconomytip.com Maybe his tips can cure the budget blues at your house.
Summer is coming and if you want to see how to take a vacation and still save here is an idea:
http://www.cardhub.com/blog/. John says that planning a vacation sooner than later
gives you something to look forward to, enables better budgeting, and offers more time to find the best possible deals on hotels and airfare.
Lynn wants to break the grocery store rut and save in the process. Check out the grocery saving tips at http://www.walletblog.com.
Some people shop at the same store at the same time on the same day, week in and week out. If this sounds like you, you’re missing out on some great bargains. Here are some ways to break out of your grocery rut and save money on your food budget.
Phillip is going to give some tips on a DIY project for your kitchen. Grab his hints at :http://www.ptmoney.com.
Installing kitchen appliances is easier than you may think and saves a good bit of money. Take a look at the breakdown of savings with this DIY project.
Paul has some great ideas for saving money at the holidays’. We have some great summer holidays coming up, so relax, get ready to enjoy them and save some money in the process!
Holidays are a special time to get away, relax, and have a bit of an adventure. However, many of us put off big trips perennially due to cost and budget restrictions. With several ways to save before you go and once you’re on the road, you don’t have to let finances stand in the way of your dream trip.
Is Buying in Bulk Really Cheaper? Costco vs. Super Walmart. Here is the question of the day. You can get the answers from Jacob at http://www.mypersonalfinancejourney.com.
The following compares buying in bulk from a store like Costco to a low-price superstore like Wal-Mart. Will buying in bulk really save you more money? Find out in this post.
http://www.groceryalerts.ca/ Go here to find out about grocery alerts. Steve says that this
is a list of 38 grocery and food hacks to save you time and money.
10 Mental Barriers to Paying Off Debt: What’s Stopping You? Shannon blogs at http://blog.readyforzero.com. When it comes to paying off debt, we often come up against emotional barriers which prevent us from achieving our financial goals. Here is a list of ten mental barriers to paying off debt and what you can do to conquer them
The next topic comes from Tushar “The Benefits of Locking Up Your Money for Longer” he blogs at http://startinvestingmoney.com.
We all know how important it is to manage our money in the best possible way. Ideally this means building up an emergency fund to cover three months’ worth of outgoings in case we should need it.
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