A full time job, a house, and kids and still want to save money? Here are some ideas how to save money when you don’t have much time.
A fallen tree, a choice to burn or to cut boards for something useful. Life offers us many choices, sometimes we can see beauty in something destined for the garbage heap.
Want to save some money? Here are some ideas!
Here are a few different ideas on how to save your hard earned cash.
Ok I have talked in the past about saving money on just about everything by buying used at thrift and consignment shops. Many of us know ‘The Duggar Motto’ "Buy used and saved the difference" With 19 kids(soon to be 20!) you have to learn to save money. And while watching the show at it’s beginning way back when I was in the start of my thrift adventure. I picked up many tips from The Duggars and many other blogs as well. Now I am going to share them with you!
The wonderful thing about frugal living is that you can find and learn new ways to save money virtually every single day, your whole lifelong.
Sometimes when decorating and freshening up the house we forget the bathroom. It doesn’t cost as much as you might think to have a beautiful bathroom. Add a mirror, paint the ceiling, hang up bedroom curtains in the shower and your bathroom can be glamorous. It doesn’t have to cost a lot of money. Often you can use what you have in the house.
Think you can’t live only on one salary? Think again!
If you plan to build or remodel, there are ways to save money and still have the best. Salvage Yards have almost everything you require for building and Thrift stores have the rest. When buying second hand you are saving the earth and your money. Builders, hotels, and cooperation’s all donate their overstock and used furniture to Thrift stores. If you have never visited any of these places you are in for a surprise.
If you really want to save money for retirement and the long haul, and you have an income, it’s almost certain you can do it. Many people don’t know the difference between what is necessary and what they want. When you get a handle on that, you are well on your way to saving for the future. We must have shelter, food, utilities, insurance, transportation and clothing. That’s about it. Other things are extra.