Here’s a quick tip to save some money on groceries, though it may cost you in other ways. Buying food in prepared or ready-to-eat packages is often really expensive! Instead, try buying fresh foods. As an example, carrots in pre-washed, pre-cut, and ready-to-eat form are MUCH more expensive than the bag of regular carrots. Buying flavored oatmeal (including sugar and spices) is much more expensive … Continue reading Here is a Quick Tip on How to Save Money on Groceries
Guess what…studies show that NOBODY has money saved for a rainy day. Even those making the big bucks would be in big trouble if they were to hit a financial snag – a broken down car, a period of unemployment, etc. Truth is, unexpected expenses (often emergencies) are a lead reason people end up with debt. If they do not have the money stashed away, the … Continue reading Rainy Day Savings…Anyone?
Here’s a topic we’ve discussed a few times…rising gas prices. UGH! The news anchors continues to tell us how “bad” gas prices are – and how much worse they may get. We’ve found a couple of helpful tools and tips that can help. First, Gasbuddy is an app that helps you identify the best gas prices – even when you are traveling (link to app?) Next, … Continue reading Rising Gas Prices…the Saga Continues!