Don’t Spend More to Save on Sales

Although sales for the consumer usually mean savings, for retail shops and businesses they are simply tactics to boost purchases. For this reason, not all sales are created equal – for some you might not get an actual bargain or worse, end up paying more. To avoid this, here are some signs to look twice at a “sale”: 10 for $10 – This tactic can … Continue reading Don’t Spend More to Save on Sales

How to Preserve Food and Save on Groceries

Americans throw away 40% of their food every year, according to a study by Natural Resources Defense Council.  Knowing how to preserve your food can help space out your grocery shopping trips and save the medical costs from food-related illness. Here are some quick, simple tips to keep your food safe for longer: Look at the perishable foods you have before making a shopping list … Continue reading How to Preserve Food and Save on Groceries

Save on Groceries During National Soup Month

January is National Soup Month and you have all the reasons to celebrate. Soups are easy to make and store, warm and perfect for the cold weather this month, and not to mention, can help you significantly cut your groceries list. You can utilize almost anything from your pantry and leftovers (if you haven’t already cleared them out last month), and soup recipes allow much … Continue reading Save on Groceries During National Soup Month

Savings From Eating Healthy

If your new year’s resolution for this year is to eat healthier, you will be glad to know this habit can improve not only your health but also your wallet. Contradicting to the common belief that being healthy costs more, eating healthy actually saves you money in many ways: Skim on soda, energy drinks and coffee shop beverages (brew your own instead) to cut the … Continue reading Savings From Eating Healthy