Money Tips: How To Put More Money in Your Pocket
In this day and age, anytime you can save a little cash and put it back in your pocket makes it a great day. Here are some tips to help you accomplish this goal.
- Buy a water filter and save on buying bottle water. A family of four can save up to $55 a week by making the change.
- Make a shopping list and stick to it when you go shopping, where it is pleasure or grocery shopping. For grocery shopping, make a menu, and then make your grocery list from the menu. Sticking to the list will help with overspending.
- Save on gas by combining as many stops as possible in one trip.
- Buy generic and you can save between thirty and sixty percent by buying generic brand foods, household product, beauty product, and medicine.
- Take your lunch to work several days a week.
- Avoid convenience by washing your car, cut your own fruits and vegetables instead of buying them already cut up, mow your own grass, etc.
- Stay home, fix a meal, and watch a movie instead of going out. Make it a fun night by having an indoor or outdoor picnic, have a pizza party with homemade pizza.
Following just some of these tips will help put money in your pocket. If you take time to sit down and think, you will come up with more ideas on how to put more money in your pocket.
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