Posts Tagged ‘ food ’
Ways to Use Less Gas (That Go Beyond the Obvious) – By Erin Huffstetler
The cost of gas these days has got everyone trying to think of ways to save money. Erin from About.com tells you some ways to stretch your gas tank you may not have thought of before. Try to avoid using restaurant drive-thrus and talking on the phone to curb wasted gas spent idling. It’s also good to just park farther away rather than wasting time and money circling around the parking lot and you should avoid driving during peak hours all together if possible so you don’t waste gas dealing with traffic.
10 Tips to Save Money on Food – By Tracy at Moneyning
There seems to be an endless amount of ways you can save money on food/cooking once you actually start looking and the baller on a budget in me wants to learn each and every one of them. Limiting portion size can be a quick and easy way to save some cash. You can also use the leftovers for lunch the next day so you avoid spending money on eating out. Try to keep your fridge organized and clean, this will help you to avoid wasting any food to spoiling and also help you keep a better inventory for coupon cutting. For these tips and more check out the rest of the article.
The Keirsey Temperament Sorter (Personality Quiz) – Kiersey.com
Help understand your own self better by taking this easy yet in-depth personality quiz. The Keirsey Temperament Sorter is one of the most widely used personality instruments in the world and has been featured in multiple best selling books. Simply answer 70 questions by choosing one of only two options and you’ll be able to tell which of the four temperaments your personality most resembles and read a description. Warning: The initial test is 100% Free but the site will offer more detailed reports for a fee.
Five Common Money Mistakes to Avoid – By Frank at MilkYourMoney.com
First Time Home Buyer Tips and Guide – By Oscar
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20 Frugal Kitchen Tips – By Tipnut.com
With the constantly rising prices of food these days, keeping your kitchen from costing you an arm and a leg can be a challenging one. The good news, however, is that along with all the countless amount of meal options there are just as many ways to save. From growing your own onions to making homemade vinegar, there are plenty of different techniques to help you save money on food. Check out these twenty frugal tips for helping you save money in the kitchen.
Secrets of superstar grocery shoppers – By Melinda Fulmer
Superstar grocery shoppers are people who can buy large amounts of groceries for nickels on the dollar. An example of would be a lady named Stephanie Nelson who has successfully purchased $100 worth of groceries for only a $1.95. The biggest reason for her savings was coupon matching and successfully changing the way she bought the food she liked. Although coupon cutting can be a bit tedious at times, if you apply some of these superstar shoppers’ strategies the reward will easily outweigh the effort.
How to Grow a Vegetable Garden – By Greenfootsteps
Growing your own veggies can be a great way to save a good chunk of change. With a little bit of time and care you could be reaping in harvests of easy to grow vegetables like onions, peppers, potatoes, carrots, peas and more! Follow this guide to growing for both healthier and cheaper food from the comfort of your own back yard!
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