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One of the easiest ways to lower your personal expenses is to address energy waste at home. Most of us use electricity or fuel without considering how efficiently it’s being used. According to the US Department of Energy, Americans waste nearly 30% of the power they demand. Here are some areas where you can lower … Continue reading Five Ways to Save Energy Expenses at Home
Singles, widows/widowers, and others who live alone often face a real challenge when to comes to preparing delicious, healthy, and affordable meals in portions that are just the right size to satisfy one. Rather than cooking for just themselves, many resort to fast food, take-out, or pre-packaged grocery store cuisine that leaves them wishing for … Continue reading Delicious and Economical Cooking for One
Understanding your finances can seem like a daunting and frustrating task but there are many ways to alleviate some of this stress and help you through the financial mine field. We have taken the time to do some of the research for you to help you save as much as you can in 2012 and … Continue reading Money Saving Tips for 2012
Most of us wish we could save more money, but how do we do it, and how do we get started?
The best way to save money is to have more money to put away. You could get an extra job (and this is something you want to consider if you hope to build your savings faster.) However, consider the following ways you can reduce your costs significantly and put those funds back into your savings account.
With the New Year upon us, there are many things individuals and families need to take into consideration outside of the resolutions you may make to lose weight or to spend more time together.