What are 25 different ways you save money?

What are 25 different ways you save money?

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  1. #1
    Cindy
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    Default What are 25 different ways you save money?

    This was shred with me, and I'd like to do the same.



    Let's start a wave of information- What are 25 different ways you

    save money?

    Whether it be daily or once in your lifetime, either jot it down in

    the comments or post to your own blog and I will link to it here.

    (just let me know in some form) It is always good to take a step back

    and see what good you ARE doing and where you can do better.



    Here are my ways I have and continue to save money :

    1. Change light bulbs to CFL bulbs to save money

    2. Use Heat and Air Conditioning sparingly

    3. Use the light of Day instead of lights in the house

    4. Pay bills online or in person, instead of using stamps

    5. Keep razorblades dry and clean so that they last longer

    6. Write checks for over the amount instead of using an ATM with fees

    7. Use plastic containers to store left over food for eating later

    8. Turn off all lights when not in a room

    9. Leave the car at home at least one day out of the week

    10. Borrow books from the library instead of buying them

    11. Use coupons and check grocery circulars to get the best deals

    12. Cook meals at home, cutting back on eating out

    13. Take lunch to work

    14. Watch movies at home instead of in the theater

    15. Wash clothes every 7-10 days

    16. Wash clothes in cold water to save on heat

    17. Every 6-12 months verify I am getting the best deal on utilities

    and insurance

    18. Cut out all subscriptions to magazines unless I can get them free

    19. Buy foods in bulk or when items are clearanced and save in freezer

    20. Pick up money from the ground and save in a coin jar

    21. Round up in check book and place excess in savings at end of the

    month

    22. Making use of Employer's 401k matching limit

    23. Put raises or bonuses in savings or apply towards debt

    24. Do research online for best value for money on medium to large

    priced items

    25. Jump at the chance to take home food from work potlucks when asked



    Since everyone saves money a little differently and we all can learn

    a thing or two from each other, check out other people's thoughts on

    ways THEY SAVE:

    1-MBHunter spills the beans on his Twenty-Five ways to save money

    2-Blue takes the path to savings in 25 ways and hasn't looked back

    3-In Maggie's Madcap life, she still has 25 ways she saves money

    4-Chuck pulls together his top 25 ways to save money

    5-Deb's living the life with 25 ways she saves money

    6-Hammy from 'down under, lets loose his warrior spirit and finds 25

    ways to save

    7-Getting to Enough blogger shares their ways of saving and ways to

    improve

    8-David tightens his belt and goes over the 25 ways he saves, until

    he finds a job

    9-Ariane lists 25 neat ways she saves money and simplifies her day

    10- Tiredbuthappy takes a look at her 25 ways to save money

    11-Meredith gathers her valuable ways to save money

    12-Jane suprises herself and finds out she has 25 ways she saves money

    13-Thrifty Mommy takes on the challenge to find her own 25 ways she

    saves money

    14-Jennifer gets ahead by trying some of her 25 ways to save money

    15-Jenn presses forward and jots down her frugal ways to save money

    16- Angela bytes on the idea to jot down her 25 ways to save money

    17- 25 Slightly Unconventional Ways to SAVE your Pennies comes from

    the east in a perspective from New Hampshire

    18- The Queen of Carrots stretches her vegetable to comes up with 25

    ways she saves money.

    19-Susan has some Fruitful savings by listing 25 ways she saves

    20- Lynette chronicles her 25 ways to save money....and catagorizes

    them as well.

    21- Eve takes time from decluttering to jot down her list of 25 ways

    to save.

    22- Busy Blogger got to work on 25 ways to save money as well

    23- Sharon shows us her royal 25 habits for saving money

    24 - Matthew gets green with his 25 Realistic Ways to Spend Less and

    Save Money in College


    25- Prince of Thrift posts his Frugal 25 Ways to Save Money

    26- Kim goes through her Frugal Life to find her 25 Ways she Saves

    Money

    27 - Bibliozona indexes her 26 ways to save money

    28 - The NYC Insider gives us the bite on the 25 Money-Saving Travel

    Tips

    29 - The Family CEO manages a gathering of 25 Things I Do to Save

    Money

    30- Michael seeks a better life by listing his 25 Ways to Save Money

    and live Better

    31 - Golbguru's money, matter and musings bring out the 25 Things We

    Do To Save Money

    32 - Mrs Hoppes is saving resources and still finding 25 Ways to Save

    Money

    33 - Tiffany not only saves money, but saves time with 20 Ways We

    Save Money

    34 - Poor Statue is convinced she has fun with her 25 ways I save

    money

    35 - Mister Jens has simple frugality in mind as he finds 25 ways to

    save money

    36- The Brightest Crayon colors her way with (20) ways she is Saving

    Money

    37 - A. Riley has an adventurous spirit and writes down her 25 ways

    to save money

    38- Patrick has cash, money and life on the mind as he jots down his

    25 Ways to Save Money








  2. #2
    DGates
    Guest

    Default What are 25 different ways you save money?

    Some of these we have always done but we started to stop eating out but once a

    week instead of several times a week.We spend under 20 to do this just so mom

    can get out. I noticed last week that not only were we paying all our bills on

    time or ahead but that we had money left for actually stocking up at the grocery

    store on good deals. I now have a pantry full and freezer full so that I don't

    have to necessarily shop every week besides the milk I need. I'm so happy and

    christmas will actually be a joy this year without feeling overwelmed.



    Donna Winning and loving it.







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  3. #3
    sandy miller
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    Default What are 25 different ways you save money?

    I go to garage sales,yard sales,etc to buy clothing,grapevine wreaths,things needed for our home and watch freecycle for any needed furniture,etc.I bring the wreaths home,strip everything off,wash them and let them dry.Then I go to clearance sales for things needed to re-furbish the wreaths and then at Christmas and birthdays I give them as gifts.I decorate a wreath for every season for each family that I give them to.I also go to second-hand clothing stores also to buy clothes for our family and can get some very nice clothes for cheap-especially if I go when they have a store-wide sack sale for one money.I also go to after Christmas sales to buy as much as my Christmas gifts for the next Christmas as I can possibly get.If I find a really neat and great working toy for my granddaughters at the garage and yard sales that the girls do not have,I buy it,bring it home and clean it very well(disinfect it too)and re-furbish it to give to them for their birthdays and Christmas.I
    have stopped buying groceries at our Walmart superstore and starting going to the mom and pop grocery store here in town.Yes on some things they are higher than Walmart BUT they have gas cards that hey have given out to their customers and when you go to check out they will scan your card before they ring up your groceries and depending on what you buy,you can end up saving between .10-.50 per gallon of gas at the gas station they own as well.
    Sandy

    DGates <suckleh0nny@yahoo.com> wrote: Some of these we have always done but we started to stop eating out but
    once a week instead of several times a week.We spend under 20 to do this just so mom can get out. I noticed last week that not only were we paying all our bills on time or ahead but that we had money left for actually stocking up at the grocery store on good deals. I now have a pantry full and freezer full so that I don't have to necessarily shop every week besides the milk I need. I'm so happy and christmas will actually be a joy this year without feeling overwelmed.

    Donna Winning and loving it.


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  4. #4
    Kelly
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    Default What are 25 different ways you save money?

    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, DGates <suckleh0nny@...> wrote:

    >

    > Some of these we have always done but we started to stop eating out

    but once a week instead of several times a week.We spend under 20 to

    do this just so mom can get out. I noticed last week that not only

    were we paying all our bills on time or ahead but that we had money

    left for actually stocking up at the grocery store on good deals. I

    now have a pantry full and freezer full so that I don't have to

    necessarily shop every week besides the milk I need. I'm so happy and

    christmas will actually be a joy this year without feeling

    overwelmed.

    >

    > Donna Winning and loving it.

    >

    >

    >

    > ---------------------------------

    > Be a better pen pal. Text or chat with friends inside Yahoo! Mail.

    See how.

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    25 Ways I save Money



    Here are my ways I have and continue to save money :

    1. Change light bulbs to CFL bulbs to save money

    2. Use Heat and Air Conditioning sparingly

    3. Use the light of Day instead of lights in the house

    4. Pay bills online or in person, instead of using stamps

    5. Keep razorblades dry and clean so that they last longer

    6. Write checks for over the amount instead of using an ATM with fees

    7. Use plastic containers to store left over food for eating later

    8. Turn off all lights when not in a room

    9. Leave the car at home at least one day out of the week

    10. Borrow books from the library instead of buying them

    11. Use coupons and check grocery circulars to get the best deals

    12. Cook meals at home, cutting back on eating out

    13. Take lunch to work

    14. Watch movies at home instead of in the theater

    15. Wash clothes every 7-10 days

    16. Wash clothes in cold water to save on heat

    17. Every 6-12 months verify I am getting the best deal on utilities

    and insurance

    18. Cut out all subscriptions to magazines unless I can get them free

    19. Buy foods in bulk or when items are clearanced and save in freezer

    20. Pick up money from the ground and save in a coin jar

    21. Round up in check book and place excess in savings at end of the

    month

    22. Making use of Employer's 401k matching limit

    23. Put raises or bonuses in savings or apply towards debt

    24. Do research online for best value for money on medium to large

    priced items

    25. Jump at the chance to take home food from work potlucks when asked














  5. #5
    Herlean
    Guest

    Default What are 25 different ways you save money?

    (1) Always shop with a list. This means for groceries, clothes, etc. No matter where you shop (warehouse club, regular retail grocery chain, thrift store, etc.) This way, youleave home with enough money to shop and your prepared list. You don't distracted by the "fluff" atthe store designed to take youaway from your list. (2) Shop with cash. Not your debit card. Not a credit card. Hard, cold cash. When you have to actually count out $______ from your wallet, you are well aware that you spent $_____ amount of money. It is a proven fact that when you pay via other means, you spend 20% or more than you would when using cash money. (3) Use what is in your pantry to make meals. Use a cookbook. If you don't know how, learn how to do it. Trial and error, like we all did. It saves a lot of money over eating out.
    Start small with PB&J and work your way up. Eating out for breakfast, lunch and dinner, even if it a trip to McDonalds or Burger King instead of sitting down at Applebee's or Ruby Tuesday, it still adds up. (4) Make a thermos of coffee, tea, hot chocolate when you head out. Skip the Starbuck's run. (5) Bake your own bread, muffins, etc. instead of going to Starbucks for them. I made a dozen pumpkin muffins for $1.12 (mix was on sale) at home. One slice of pumpkin bread at Starbucks is $2.85. (6) Hang a clothes line in your laundry toom. It will help save on laundry costs. Learn to iron. A good investment: A Rowenta (brand name) iron glides easily over clothes. The cost saved on using your dryer and pressing the items or steaming them with the iron is worth it. (7) Combine trips. Save on
    gas. (8)Use public transportation and/or walk when possible - saves on gas. (9) If you mail things often, packages and such, have the Post Office come to you and pick them up. I think you have to include at least one item Priority Mail, but check www.usps.com for details. (10) Put your food in airtight containers. Crackers, pretzels, breakfast cereals, oatmeal, dog biscuits, cat treats, etc. will last longer and you don't need to replace them because they went "bad". (11) Take a cooler of water with you in the car when you go out to do errands. Pack a sack lunch too. If you are out and hungry, you are less tempted to hit the drive thru if you have food packed with you. Thermos makes a stainless steel food container that will keep hot foods hot or cold
    foods cold for hours. It is wide-mouthed, for soups, stews, hot dogs, whatever you want to put into it. Target sells them for about $15. I recommend the stainless steel version over the glass-lined. If the glass-lined one breaks, it is shot. Stainless steel will last for years. I have had a couple of them for more than 5 years each. $3 a year???? No brainer. (12) A lot of money is wasted on food. Look at your budget and spending patterns. We spend a lot of it at the grocery store. We don't eat out very often (1-2 times every 3 months maybe). I used the slow cooker (we have more than one); the pressure cooker (great tool!!!). Herlean

    sandy miller <smiller_12000@yahoo.com> wrote: I go to garage sales,yard sales,etc to buy clothing,grapevine wreaths,things needed for our home and watch freecycle for any needed furniture,etc.I bring the wreaths home,strip everything off,wash them and let them dry.Then I go to clearance sales for things needed to re-furbish the wreaths and then at Christmas and birthdays I give them as gifts.I decorate a wreath for every season for each family that I give them to.I also go to second-hand clothing stores also to buy clothes for our family and can get some very nice clothes for
    cheap-especially if I go when they have a store-wide sack sale for one money.I also go to after Christmas sales to buy as much as my Christmas gifts for the next Christmas as I can possibly get.If I find a really neat and great working toy for my granddaughters at the garage and yard sales that the girls do not have,I buy it,bring it home and clean it very well(disinfect it too)and re-furbish it to give to them for their birthdays and Christmas.I have stopped buying groceries at our Walmart superstore and starting going to the mom and pop grocery store here in town.Yes on some things they are higher than Walmart BUT they have gas cards that hey have given out to their customers and when you go to check out they will scan your card before they ring up your groceries and depending on what you buy,you can end up saving between .10-.50 per gallon of gas at the gas station they own as well.
    Sandy

    DGates <suckleh0nny@yahoo.com> wrote: <BLOCKQUOTE class="replbq" style="BORDER-LEFT: rgb(16,16,255) 2px solid;"> Some of these we have always done but we started to stop eating out but once a week instead of several times a week.We spend under 20 to do this just so mom can get out. I noticed last week that not only were we paying all our bills on time or ahead but that we had money left for actually stocking up at the grocery store on good deals. I now have a pantry full and freezer full so that I don't have to necessarily shop every week besides the milk I need. I'm so happy and christmas will actually be a joy this year without feeling overwelmed.

    Donna Winning and loving it.


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  6. #6
    Herlean
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    Default What are 25 different ways you save money?

    (1) Always shop with a list. This means for groceries, clothes, etc. No matter where you shop (warehouse club, regular retail grocery chain, thrift store, etc.) This way, youleave home with enough money to shop and your prepared list. You don't distracted by the "fluff" atthe store designed to take youaway from your list. (2) Shop with cash. Not your debit card. Not a credit card. Hard, cold cash. When you have to actually count out $______ from your wallet, you are well aware that you spent $_____ amount of money. It is a proven fact that when you pay via other means, you spend 20% or more than you would when using cash money. (3) Use what is in your pantry to make meals. Use a cookbook. If you don't know how, learn how to do it. Trial and error, like we all did. It saves a lot of money over eating out.
    Start small with PB&J and work your way up. Eating out for breakfast, lunch and dinner, even if it a trip to McDonalds or Burger King instead of sitting down at Applebee's or Ruby Tuesday, it still adds up. (4) Make a thermos of coffee, tea, hot chocolate when you head out. Skip the Starbuck's run. (5) Bake your own bread, muffins, etc. instead of going to Starbucks for them. I made a dozen pumpkin muffins for $1.12 (mix was on sale) at home. One slice of pumpkin bread at Starbucks is $2.85. (6) Hang a clothes line in your laundry toom. It will help save on laundry costs. Learn to iron. A good investment: A Rowenta (brand name) iron glides easily over clothes. The cost saved on using your dryer and pressing the items or steaming them with the iron is worth it. (7) Combine trips. Save on
    gas. (8)Use public transportation and/or walk when possible - saves on gas. (9) If you mail things often, packages and such, have the Post Office come to you and pick them up. I think you have to include at least one item Priority Mail, but check www.usps.com for details. (10) Put your food in airtight containers. Crackers, pretzels, breakfast cereals, oatmeal, dog biscuits, cat treats, etc. will last longer and you don't need to replace them because they went "bad". (11) Take a cooler of water with you in the car when you go out to do errands. Pack a sack lunch too. If you are out and hungry, you are less tempted to hit the drive thru if you have food packed with you. Thermos makes a stainless steel food container that will keep hot foods hot or cold
    foods cold for hours. It is wide-mouthed, for soups, stews, hot dogs, whatever you want to put into it. Target sells them for about $15. I recommend the stainless steel version over the glass-lined. If the glass-lined one breaks, it is shot. Stainless steel will last for years. I have had a couple of them for more than 5 years each. $3 a year???? No brainer. (12) A lot of money is wasted on food. Look at your budget and spending patterns. We spend a lot of it at the grocery store. We don't eat out very often (1-2 times every 3 months maybe). I used the slow cooker (we have more than one); the pressure cooker (great tool!!!). Herlean

    sandy miller <smiller_12000@yahoo.com> wrote: I go to garage sales,yard sales,etc to buy clothing,grapevine wreaths,things needed for our home and watch freecycle for any needed furniture,etc.I bring the wreaths home,strip everything off,wash them and let them dry.Then I go to clearance sales for things needed to re-furbish the wreaths and then at Christmas and birthdays I give them as gifts.I decorate a wreath for every season for each family that I give them to.I also go to second-hand clothing stores also to buy clothes for our family and can get some very nice clothes for
    cheap-especially if I go when they have a store-wide sack sale for one money.I also go to after Christmas sales to buy as much as my Christmas gifts for the next Christmas as I can possibly get.If I find a really neat and great working toy for my granddaughters at the garage and yard sales that the girls do not have,I buy it,bring it home and clean it very well(disinfect it too)and re-furbish it to give to them for their birthdays and Christmas.I have stopped buying groceries at our Walmart superstore and starting going to the mom and pop grocery store here in town.Yes on some things they are higher than Walmart BUT they have gas cards that hey have given out to their customers and when you go to check out they will scan your card before they ring up your groceries and depending on what you buy,you can end up saving between .10-.50 per gallon of gas at the gas station they own as well.
    Sandy

    DGates <suckleh0nny@yahoo.com> wrote: <BLOCKQUOTE class="replbq" style="BORDER-LEFT: rgb(16,16,255) 2px solid;"> Some of these we have always done but we started to stop eating out but once a week instead of several times a week.We spend under 20 to do this just so mom can get out. I noticed last week that not only were we paying all our bills on time or ahead but that we had money left for actually stocking up at the grocery store on good deals. I now have a pantry full and freezer full so that I don't have to necessarily shop every week besides the milk I need. I'm so happy and christmas will actually be a joy this year without feeling overwelmed.

    Donna Winning and loving it.


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  7. #7
    Tanya
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    Default What are 25 different ways you save money?

    Shop alone! I find I buy junk to keep him quiet and other things I

    wouldn't normally buy. And if I go alone I can hit a few stores and

    buy the lost leaders in the same amount then when I'm shopping with

    kids.



    Use the Library! I love looking at the nice magazines in the stores

    but feel quilty spending the money (they are not cheap!) Borrowing

    books, magazines and DVD's makes me feel smart! ( I would never spend

    $20 for a book that I'll read once)



    Thing ahead! If you celebrate Christmas then you know it comes at the

    same time every year. I put money in a jar every pay period for

    Christmas presents. And when I see super deals thru the year I buy

    it! I did so well this year that I'm hardly going to touch my

    Christmas pot since I shopped so well that I may use it for next

    Christmas and start saving for a family trip!

    Same goes for Summer vacation. I have a "Vacation Pot-Summer 2008"

    already started with almost $100 in it! I've been selling junk around

    the house and putting the cash in the pot. I already have it planned

    for what day trips we will take and then it's nice to grab a $20 for

    a day at the beach, pack a lunch and use the $20 for gas and treats!

    Then I don't worry that I won't have any money to do stuff.



    I think the best way to save money is to plan ahead!







    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Herlean <wm_jun99@...> wrote:

    >

    > (1) Always shop with a list. This means for groceries, clothes,

    etc. No matter where you shop (warehouse club, regular retail

    grocery chain, thrift store, etc.) This way, you leave home with

    enough money to shop and your prepared list. You don't distracted by

    the "fluff" at the store designed to take you away from your list.

    >

    > (2) Shop with cash. Not your debit card. Not a credit card.

    Hard, cold cash. When you have to actually count out $______ from

    your wallet, you are well aware that you spent $_____ amount of

    money. It is a proven fact that when you pay via other means, you

    spend 20% or more than you would when using cash money.

    >

    > (3) Use what is in your pantry to make meals. Use a cookbook.

    If you don't know how, learn how to do it. Trial and error, like we

    all did. It saves a lot of money over eating out. Start small with

    PB&J and work your way up. Eating out for breakfast, lunch and

    dinner, even if it a trip to McDonalds or Burger King instead of

    sitting down at Applebee's or Ruby Tuesday, it still adds up.

    >

    > (4) Make a thermos of coffee, tea, hot chocolate when you head

    out. Skip the Starbuck's run.

    >

    > (5) Bake your own bread, muffins, etc. instead of going to

    Starbucks for them. I made a dozen pumpkin muffins for $1.12 (mix

    was on sale) at home. One slice of pumpkin bread at Starbucks is

    $2.85.

    >

    > (6) Hang a clothes line in your laundry toom. It will help save

    on laundry costs. Learn to iron. A good investment: A Rowenta

    (brand name) iron glides easily over clothes. The cost saved on

    using your dryer and pressing the items or steaming them with the

    iron is worth it.

    >

    > (7) Combine trips. Save on gas.

    >

    > (8) Use public transportation and/or walk when possible - saves

    on gas.

    >

    > (9) If you mail things often, packages and such, have the Post

    Office come to you and pick them up. I think you have to include at

    least one item Priority Mail, but check www.usps.com for details.

    >

    > (10) Put your food in airtight containers. Crackers, pretzels,

    breakfast cereals, oatmeal, dog biscuits, cat treats, etc. will last

    longer and you don't need to replace them because they went "bad".

    >

    > (11) Take a cooler of water with you in the car when you go out

    to do errands. Pack a sack lunch too. If you are out and hungry,

    you are less tempted to hit the drive thru if you have food packed

    with you. Thermos makes a stainless steel food container that will

    keep hot foods hot or cold foods cold for hours. It is wide-mouthed,

    for soups, stews, hot dogs, whatever you want to put into it. Target

    sells them for about $15. I recommend the stainless steel version

    over the glass-lined. If the glass-lined one breaks, it is shot.

    Stainless steel will last for years. I have had a couple of them for

    more than 5 years each. $3 a year???? No brainer.

    >

    > (12) A lot of money is wasted on food. Look at your budget and

    spending patterns. We spend a lot of it at the grocery store. We

    don't eat out very often (1-2 times every 3 months maybe). I used

    the slow cooker (we have more than one); the pressure cooker (great

    tool!!!).

    >

    > Herlean

    >

    > sandy miller <smiller_12000@...> wrote:

    > I go to garage sales,yard sales,etc to buy

    clothing,grapevine wreaths,things needed for our home and watch

    freecycle for any needed furniture,etc.I bring the wreaths home,strip

    everything off,wash them and let them dry.Then I go to clearance

    sales for things needed to re-furbish the wreaths and then at

    Christmas and birthdays I give them as gifts.I decorate a wreath for

    every season for each family that I give them to.I also go to second-

    hand clothing stores also to buy clothes for our family and can get

    some very nice clothes for cheap-especially if I go when they have a

    store-wide sack sale for one money.I also go to after Christmas sales

    to buy as much as my Christmas gifts for the next Christmas as I can

    possibly get.If I find a really neat and great working toy for my

    granddaughters at the garage and yard sales that the girls do not

    have,I buy it,bring it home and clean it very well(disinfect it too)

    and re-furbish it to give to them for their birthdays and

    > Christmas.I have stopped buying groceries at our Walmart

    superstore and starting going to the mom and pop grocery store here

    in town.Yes on some things they are higher than Walmart BUT they have

    gas cards that hey have given out to their customers and when you go

    to check out they will scan your card before they ring up your

    groceries and depending on what you buy,you can end up saving

    between .10-.50 per gallon of gas at the gas station they own as well.

    > Sandy

    >

    > DGates <suckleh0nny@...> wrote: Some of these we have always

    done but we started to stop eating out but once a week instead of

    several times a week.We spend under 20 to do this just so mom can get

    out. I noticed last week that not only were we paying all our bills

    on time or ahead but that we had money left for actually stocking up

    at the grocery store on good deals. I now have a pantry full and

    freezer full so that I don't have to necessarily shop every week

    besides the milk I need. I'm so happy and christmas will actually be

    a joy this year without feeling overwelmed.

    >

    > Donna Winning and loving it.

    >

    >

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    >

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