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4/14/15 10:56 P

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Shop at stores when it is 10% off for seniors and pay cash. Leave the credit cards at home.

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We also have the half price on a different colored ticket each day. Now on Wednesdays, you also get 20% off if you have a Goodwill card instead of just 10%. Sweet!

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Super great deal, my friend! And, stores in our area have super specials on items with colored tickets that are half off the already low prices, so it's a win-win deal all around!

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4/14/15 12:30 A

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Started checking out Goodwill for some spring/summer clothes. Hopefully, I won't wear these more than one season because of weight loss. Our Goodwill Store has had some really nice clothes in larger sizes. Some look as if they were never worn. I picked up three beautiful blouses last Wednesday. $4,49 a piece and like new. One was a Coldwater Creek blouse.

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4/7/15 3:49 P

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We are watching everything we buy at the grocery store. Trying to stay within the budget. Using left overs to make something new so everyone likes it. Paying off credit cards and saving something every month. It is working so far and no one complains. Hopefully, by the end of the year we will have saved a lot and we can do something cheap but fun.

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Stocked up on after-Easter treats for hubby's lunches and can save alot from keeping him away from the vending machines! Also, other small items than can be used for cooking and baking all year round!

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VEG954 Posts: 6,145
3/31/15 12:54 P

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Sheryl,
Thanks a bunch for the DIY link for all kinds of cleaners, etc.

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you have got to check this out....amazing tips to save lots of money

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We've been really trying to watch the food budget -- so I've been checking on "UTUBE" on-line and entering a leftover food that I have and found alot of interesting and good recipes!

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VEG954 Posts: 6,145
2/14/15 11:04 A

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The Italian market had chicken leg quarters on sale for 39 cents a pound in ten pound packages.
Separated legs from thighs and put them in 3 separate plastic bags.
Marinated each with different spices.

#1 was Greek yogurt and curry spices.
#2 was soaked in low calorie BBQ sauce.
#3 was seasoned with fresh ginger, lemon juice and rind, five spice powder and lemongrass powder.

All of them were baked and tasted!
I AM a happy camper!
Cheap protein can be very tasty!

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2/14/15 9:46 A

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I've really gone the wrong way the past week. I started a new job, and I don't have a fridge at work, so I have eaten the cafeteria a few days. The days I didn't eat there I didn't eat lunch, but snacked from the vending machine.

So, this weekend I plan on getting a good lunchbox and plan out my lunch for the week. I spent around $40 in vending cafeteria for the week..I drink a lot of soda..A LOT. I want to reduce that as well.

As I stated above, I spent around $40 but I am not really sure how much I actually spent. I will keep track of all money spent this week. That always gets me back on track.

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VEG954 Posts: 6,145
2/7/15 11:24 P

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The word 'no' is a powerful money saving tool!
I say it to myself all the time.

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2/7/15 9:00 P

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Does telling my 14 yr old daughter NO on buying things we don't need count? Like can I buy this shirt, when she has some that she haven't even wore.

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VEG954 Posts: 6,145
2/4/15 5:24 P

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No more paper towels.

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2/4/15 2:55 A

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trying to help sister in alaska.use flat rate boxes and buy older unused stamps from ebay for half face value then use them on boxes for postage.can ship up to 70 pounds in a box for half price.

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1/30/15 7:39 A

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I Eliminated my cable.

"There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure."

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VEG954 Posts: 6,145
1/27/15 2:49 P

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If I buy food I use it.
Don't throw away any food!

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1/27/15 11:49 A

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Great job! My family has started taking this approach to grocery and we've seen some improvement in our food budget, but we still have a ways to go. We're going to keep at it though!

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1/26/15 5:59 P

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$400.00 electric bill. going to use the wood stove all the time.

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VEG954 Posts: 6,145
1/22/15 7:37 P

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Everything under the sun!
Still not enough money to cover the monthly bills.

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This isn't about lowering expenses, but I'm paying closer attention to maximizing income. I resolve to check every paystub I receive from my job to make sure I'm getting paid for all my overtime hours. Sometimes there are accounting errors (but never in my favor) and it's essential to catch them quickly and get them resolved.
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1/20/15 3:39 P

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I am doing the Kindle thing as well.
Never pay for a book!

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1/20/15 7:45 A

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Eating from our freezers and pantry more instead of buying more food to stuff in those two places.

Spending more time at home as a family instead of out spending money.

Taking free classes online to learn new skills without paying tuition

Using our library for books instead of buying them. There are free kindle books if you have the free kindle app on your computer. You don't even have to own an actual Kindle device. :)
The library also has free movies to rent for a week at a time! Better and cheaper than RedBox. :)



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VEG954 Posts: 6,145
1/12/15 4:22 P

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So many fantastic ideas!

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1/12/15 7:11 A

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I am having a yard sale this weekend prior to my local move in a few weeks that will save a bit on my upcoming move and I will not have to rent a storage unit.which will save me at least $75 a month.

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1/11/15 8:59 P

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Great idea!

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1/11/15 8:14 P

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We are trying to eat what we have in the house and only buy what we need, rather than what we think we need.
This is week #2 of this experiment, and for three people we've spent $25.00 on groceries this month.
We found all of our gift cards, any cash we had in the house and we're trying to use them first instead of using our debit cards when we grocery shop.
We found gift cards for gas, so we're hoping not to have to pay to fill up the car this month.
All monies that we don't spend will be thrown at a debt.

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VEG954 Posts: 6,145
1/11/15 5:05 P

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Instead of buying sliced cheese at the deli I got a chunk (1/4 pound).
Wanted a protein snack this afternoon.
Sliced a piece about the size of a packaged cheese stick.
Saved money and the cheese tasted much better!
Made an ounce of cheese taste like a lot more.
Will do this more often.

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I joined freecycle.org and am a member in Minneapolis and Saint Paul, MN groups. I get listings via emails and have so far answered a request for an 8 x 5.5 rug for someone's granddaughter. It made me feel good to share (free) with someone who needed something I didn't need.

There is no charge to join and people list wanteds and offers of free items. I have been trying to give away a nearly new Queen size mattress for a Craftmatic bed, but so far have no takers.

Just thought the group would like to know about this worldwide free site for recycling free items.

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Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, "I will try again tomorrow.""

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VEG954 Posts: 6,145
1/5/15 9:33 P

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I am gathering the ingredients to make my own cleaning supplies.

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I received a pretty good sized settlement, I have paid up all the bills and paid off my tablet and cell phone to bring the mobile bill down, I paid off my new car so no car payment!

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I need laundry detergent this week and I've been looking at making my own. Does anyone have any recommended recipes for mostly delicate clothes?
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VEG954 Posts: 6,145
1/4/15 10:20 P

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This week I am making laundry detergent and dishwasher detergent.
Will be saving money and avoiding chemicals.

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I'm fortunate enough to have a work cell, so with permission from my employer I'm eliminating all services on my personal phone and using my work phone only.

I also like the idea of eliminating cable altogether, but not sure if I can yet. I have cut my bill in half by reducing to basic cable though.

I gave up my car and use city transit. If I need a vehicle I borrow my daughter's.

I gave up Tim Horton's in lieu of the Keurig coffee in the kitchen at work. At home I drink only water....and that keeps me on track with my 8 glasses a day, too. And I drink tap water. I've never been an advocate of bottled water anyway.

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1/4/15 10:30 A

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Giving up diet soda

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Some really great ideas on here!

I buy most of the families clothes at thrift stores or on clearance.

We eat at home and I pack my lunch.

I stopped buying books in stores and kindle and use the library.

Wish I could get DH more on board...

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I do not own a dryer (on purpose!) or a dishwasher, both items use so much electricity!

We do not have cable, just Netflix for $8 per month

Slower internet

No car - I walk or get rides when needed

Cook all my meals at home, rarely eat take out food - I cook with a lot of dry beans, rice, corn and kale to help stretch my meats

We drink water instead of juce or soda



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VEG954 Posts: 6,145
12/9/14 2:27 P

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Changed to a cheaper internet service. A little slower but much cheaper.
Make my own cleaning products. Internet is full of them.
Reduced the use of dryer. Wash only full loads
Do the same thing with dishwasher.
Grow my own ginger, lemongrass and oregano.
Create my own spice mixes.
Portion control my food.
Gave up bottled water.
Save egg shells and used tea to mix with soil for the garden.
Just let them dry and grind them in the food processor.
Mix coffee grounds in the soil as well.

More later.


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12/9/14 11:55 A

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I purchase a whole, roasted chicken at Walmart for $4.99 and we get at least four meals out of it for the two of us. Here's how:

We eat chicken dinner twice -- usually one side of the breast is large enough to feed both of us (adding our own veggies, salad, potatoes, or whatever)

Then I make a yummy soup stock out of what's left by boiling the bones and picking off all of the meat that's left after we've had our two dinners. I add veggies to this to make a yummy soup that usually lasts us for two meals.

That's it. It's simple and very economical. Not to mention yummy!!



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12/8/14 5:18 P

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great ideas

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I still use my flip phone and text only when needed. Nothing better than talking person to person.

Also, as I'm now cashiering at a large retail store -- don't forget to check your "ad matches." A grocery store in the area is having a big promotional sale item -- pasta, $.49 a box! So, remember to bring in your ads for other stores for similar items and take advantage of the ad match! You can also use coupons for the item if you have them. One stop shopping and super prices!!

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We went back to old school flip phones and turned in our smart phones. Our bill went down significantly and we're actually TALKING to friends and family rather than texting. It was hard for a few days, but now I'm really glad that we made the change.

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We stocked up on frozen turkey the day after Thanksgiving! At $.50 cents a pound, we can have turkey as our protein in so many different ways all year long!


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VEG954 Posts: 6,145
11/10/14 10:42 A

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Just joined BJ's and share my membership with a friend.
Cost us $20.00 each for a 15 month membership.

Gas is much cheaper and I will save more that the $20.00 a year.
They have a deli department that is fantastic as well as cheap.

I don't buy paper products there because I watch the sales and BOGO's at the supermarket.
Turns out to be much cheaper.

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Wow! Thanks, Lizzie, for the carpet shampoo tip. Commercial carpet shampoo is so expensive. Finally: an alternative! emoticon emoticon

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10/26/14 5:58 A

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Less is more...
I rarely use paper towels.
I barter services frequently.
I am careful to use less toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner, detergents, use diluted vinegar for most cleaning. Same results, just more jingle in my jeans.

I am a seasonal shopper.
What that means is I buy clothes at the end of the season when they are on sale.

When produce is plentiful I take advantage.
When planning a food shopping trip I do my research first and use coupons.
Needless to say, I am a seasonal eater.

Today I will be purchasing skinless boneless chicken breasts for $1.99 on sale.
Broccoli is on sale along with Romaine, tomatoes, colorful peppers, apples and cheese.

Have family staying with me and will prepare lemon, ginger (grow my own), chicken, steamed broccoli with almond butter, soy sauce, garlic and a touch of toasted sesame oil.
They all love yellow rice and there is always a tossed salad available.
Did you notice there is no dessert?
We will have fresh fruit and cheeses later.

Just about everything will be purchased on sale and there will be plenty of leftovers.
That means minimal cooking the next day.

Edited by: VEG954 at: 10/26/2014 (06:04)
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I have learned to use coupons. Finding who doubles up to how much and if loyalty cards are needed. Put an app on my phone that gets circulars, coupons and allows me to make lists. I use old receipts to estimate the cost of items I normally buy and shop with a calculator. This week was a good one for me bogo on shower gel softsoap, caress and suave and the suave was only $2. I am still learning but I read and ask questions.

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10/11/14 3:52 P

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Made wood furniture polish out of coconut oil and white vinegar.
Try it. My furniture looks like new!

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I walk if I can avoid driving. Use cheaper cell phone service.

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I have learned what the saying, 'less is more' really means.
Have been purging my home weekly and have yet to miss anything I've given away.
Makes my life much easier.

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We haven't pulled the trigger yet but hubby and I have researched and found cheaper cell phone, electricity, and gas service. We are straightening out our priorities.

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Lowered electric bill by using a fan to circulate the air in summer and wearing warmer clothing in cooler weather.

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Wow, Veg954, never thought of some of those things! Very resourceful!

My shoestring budget broke. My daughter needed vehicle maintenance help and there went a few hundred out the door (on a credit cared). Just when you get in a place where you think you're going to finally get some breathing room, finally get to be able to start putting money back, WHAM! a new bill, or a trip to the doctor's office....or a car breaking down.

But keep smiling, keep moving, keep on track. It all passes, sometimes slowly sometimes quickly, but nothing ever stays still.

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