Monday, February 2, 2009

Cutting Back

In the previous posts I had talked about how the best way to get out of debt was managing money to keep more in your pocket. Today I am going to talk about ways to do this. There are things that may seem like a little but can save you a lot if you cut back.

1. Are you an avid coffee drinker? Instead of spending 2-5 bucks on coffee invest in a nice coffee maker. You will avoid the lines and it's more convenient.
2. Are you one of those people that use many electronics at once? Such as do you have the tv on and your computer or lights? Cut back on your energy usage and will start to see your electric bill decrease.
3. Are you a bookworm? Do you buy books? Why not try checking out your local library to see if it's available? or you can even search for a cheaper but used one on ebay or amazon.
4. Instead of eating out all the time buy in bulk so you can prepare foods at home. Buying in bulk saves money in the long run and you don't have to keep making trips to the store which will save gas.
5. Invest in an entertainment book. My husband and I love this book and buy it every year. You can save on just about everything, restaurants, movies, shopping, car repairs, attractions, dry cleaning etc. The book has already paid for itself:)

Special promotion
35% Off the 2009 Entertainment Book and Free shipping!


6. Shop for deals
7. Clip coupons
8. Look for promotions.

Good luck!
In the previous posts I had talked about how the best way to get out of debt was managing money to keep more in your pocket. Today I am going to talk about ways to do this. There are things that may seem like a little but can save you a lot if you cut back.

1. Are you an avid coffee drinker? Instead of spending 2-5 bucks on coffee invest in a nice coffee maker. You will avoid the lines and it's more convenient.
2. Are you one of those people that use many electronics at once? Such as do you have the tv on and your computer or lights? Cut back on your energy usage and will start to see your electric bill decrease.
3. Are you a bookworm? Do you buy books? Why not try checking out your local library to see if it's available? or you can even search for a cheaper but used one on ebay or amazon.
4. Instead of eating out all the time buy in bulk so you can prepare foods at home. Buying in bulk saves money in the long run and you don't have to keep making trips to the store which will save gas.
5. Invest in an entertainment book. My husband and I love this book and buy it every year. You can save on just about everything, restaurants, movies, shopping, car repairs, attractions, dry cleaning etc. The book has already paid for itself:)

Special promotion
35% Off the 2009 Entertainment Book and Free shipping!


6. Shop for deals
7. Clip coupons
8. Look for promotions.

Good luck!

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