Debt Guru presents Should you Finance Vacations? posted at Debt Free Blog. Everyone enjoys a nice vacation. If you are working a stressful job that makes you feel entitled, you may want to get away for a week or two. It’s not always easy to save up for vacations and it’s definitely takes work to find cheap vacation ideas these days with the cost of gas and airfare going up, so the two choices that people are often left with are 1.
Penny Thots presents Secrets of the Frugal Cook: Use Substitutions in Prepackaged Meals posted at Penny Thots. Eating frugally does not have to be about sacrifice. Frugal cooks everywhere are getting the most for their money and saving a lot of money on their day to day eating. While using fewer ingredients and the secret powerhouse of rice might be on the table, there are even more ways to save cash on eating in.
Jason presents Delayed Gratification: Take II posted at Live Real, Now. Here’s my frugal tip for today: Delay your purchases. While it may not actually save you any money, you will feel like you got a much better deal if you wait a few days for something you really want.
Matt presents Monthly Grocery Sale Cycle & When to Stockpile posted at Living in Financial Excellence. A savvy shopper waits until a product is on sale and then buys lots of it to get it at its lowest price! The idea is to create a stockpile that will last you 3-9 months or until the product goes back on sale and can be bought at its lowest price.
Daniel presents IKEA’s As-Is Department: How We Saved 40 Percent on a China Cabinet posted at Sweating the Big Stuff. This article is about how we saved 40 percent on a China Cabinent by buying it thru IKEA’s AS-IS Department! Read about our great deal!
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