What is the best day to laundry? Go to a theme park? Weigh yourself? Find a job? Buy a house? Here you will see the best day of the week to do practically everything — from shopping and buying things to selling and starting things. Before you tackle your next big activity, start here to see the best day to do it!
Tired of spending so much money at the grocery store? If so, then you'll enjoy reading through our secrets for saving money when you're grocery shopping. Read these clever tips and tricks before you head to the store!
I will go into a Walmart from time to time for quick last-minute items. But when it comes to weekly grocery shopping, I definitely prefer to use Walmart’s online grocery pick up service. Here a list of all the reasons I like using Walmart curbside pick up for groceries and other household items. Plus, my detailed review showing how Walmart grocery pick up works.
How many online reviews do you typically read before making a purchase? If you’re like me, you probably do a lot of research. Here are the best review sites I’ve used and what they offer consumers.
Stay away from pre-made store-bought party trays! You can save tons of money by making your own food platters. Choose the veggies you like, make your own dip, and use items you probably already have in your kitchen to save money on party food & party supplies. Gone are the days where you need to buy meat & cheese platters from the store. There are so many tips and tricks here to help you make your own!
Summer is on its way and that means it’s time for fresh veggies! Want to know how to save money growing vegetables in your own garden? Get ready to harvest some seeds and build your backyard vegetable garden. My best tips & tricks to save money while planting a garden and starting to grow your own vegetables at home.
Interested in ways to save money bulk shopping, but not sure if it’s going to be cost effective for you? I had that very same fear. But I’ve learned how to save money buying in bulk with a friend and splitting the purchases — and the fees! Here are my best tips to help you buy bulk items with friends, family, or neighbors. I’ll also explain how to set up a bulk buying co-op. Let’s get started today!
I love to save money. I also really love apps that make you money. Here are my picks for the best money making apps, some tips for using them, and ways to download them. Grab your smartphone and start using these money making apps.
How many reusable shopping bags do you have? Get in the habit of carrying your reusable bags to some of your favorite stores to receive discounts. Check out the latest information on how important reusable grocery bags really are. You’ll also find out where to find reusable bags and how to recycle your disposable plastic bags.
Spring cleaning begins with store loyalty cards! Whether they’re stuffed in your wallet or hanging on your keyring, retail loyalty cards can become a nuisance. Here’s how to organize all of your reward cards — so you only have to carry ONE thing everywhere you go!
Sure, Costco prices are slightly cheaper on many of the items that they have in common, but Sam’s Club typically has 2 or 3 brands per item, rather than just one. See the other reasons I prefer Sam’s Wholesale Club over Costco.
We chose not to renew our Sam’s Club membership. But in a strange twist of fate, we found ourselves dues-paying members of Costco for the first time ever. Which is better — Sam’s or Costco? Here’s our review. Plus secret hacks for shopping at Costco, my new favorite store!
A tight grocery allowance doesn’t stop me from eating healthy on a budget. Interested? Good food choices and a few kitchen skills are all you need to start.
I’m 50. And I like discounts. Here’s the official list of senior discounts at 50 + My favorite AARP discounts that we use all the time when we’re traveling.
Looking for the best ways to save money? Avoid purchasing pre-made or finished items, know the best times to buy products you need, and 4 more great tips.
Spending too much money on items you use everyday? Consider online shopping, buy generics, plus 3 more savvy tips on how to save money on household items.
Name brands cost more than store brand products (you’re paying for the advertising), yet the quality is often the same. Save money and buy generic!
You’re already using coupons, watching for sales, and avoiding impulse buying. Here are 5 things you probably haven’t tried yet to save money on groceries.
Smartphones may be expensive, but they can definitely pay for themselves if you download these money saving phone apps. 7 easy ways to start saving today!
If you buy groceries online you’ll save a lot of hassle, find items that aren’t in stores, get exactly what you need & save the planet all at the same time!
You can save money on groceries by taking a second look at the items you buy. Here are 4 things you can make yourself instead of buying at the grocery store.
Extreme couponers save as much as 95% off their grocery bills, but they also spend 20 or more hours per week clipping coupons and finding deals. You can still save money at grocery stores WITHOUT clipping coupons and wasting your time. Here’s how!…
Lots of frugal ideas to help you save money each time you go to the grocery store.
My own tips for finding the best bargains at dollar stores. Plus, creative tips for shopping at dollar stores from others who’ve fine-tuned the process of shopping at the dollar store semi-regularly.
Wondering where to find coupons online and on the go?… All you need is an Internet connection and/or a cell phone and you can pretty much find a coupon for anything anywhere!
Here are the best ways to organize coupons that I’ve found. My favorite is the 3-ring binder method mentioned here.
Want to know the best days to shop for particular items? Like knowing what the best way to save money is? Here’s what you should buy and on which days if you want to save money!
Smart shopping is necessary at the grocery store to make sure you don’t spend more than you need to. Knowing a few tips can help you save money every time you make the trip. This article lists 10 easy ways to save money at the grocery store that everyone can apply.
First, here’s a little about why I shop at Costco, plus tips for shopping at Costco — formerly known as Price Club…
Here’s a quick and easy way to tell which grocery checkout line you should REALLY get in when you’re at the store.
Simple ways to keep your brain from telling you that it’s okay to spend more than you really want to when you’re out shopping.
If you’re wondering how to save money on groceries — you’re going to love this list of suggestions and tips for saving money on groceries. Consider bulk-buying, pay attention to off-brand items, and make sure you finish all items before you buy new ones. These are seriously easy tips you probably have overlooked.
Check out these websites that you can visit before you go to the grocery store! They’ll help you save money.
Over the years, I have tried mystery shopping a few times. Here’s how mystery shopping went for me, plus some tips for making money as a mystery shopper…
CostHelper tells you how much you should pay for what. The site consists of a database of hundreds of items, where you can investigate how much others are paying and find similar deals.
Check with your grandma — she has tried and true ways to save money. Why? Because many of our grandparents were alive during the great depression. Therefore, they have a great deal of knowledge about how to cut corners and save money. Here are savings tips from Grandma…
Their sales tactics resembles those of people trying to sell you a timeshare. Many claim to have saved a lot of money, while others have complained about being ripped off. What’s the truth? Are club memberships like DirectBuy and Uniway worth it?
Here are some supermarket luxuries that most people can do without, as well as tips to make forgoing these items seem a bit easier. Want to save money on your grocery bill?… Start here!
Besides stopping to read the labels on the items you purchase — and looking at the SKU number on the sales items and checking the package size — here are some of the other things you should be doing each time you go to the grocery store.
Some experts claim that we should be stockpiling foods in anticipation of rising food prices — a sign of lean times ahead, based on our current economy. But how do you know what kinds of foods to stockpile? And exactly how much should you be storing away?
What’s a shopper to do when they are confronted with high-pressure sales in the supermarket of all places?
The good ‘ole BOGO sale is typically used to convince customers to purchase not only the advertised sale price items but also other items while they are there. Having said that, there are certain things to look out for when considering a buy one get one free purchase. Here are some tips to ensure that you’re getting a good deal.
Based on this example, I ALWAYS look at the items on the lower shelf and compare the price with larger jars whenever I’m shopping now. I hope that you will remember this the next time you go grocery shopping, too.
Could there be a a correlation between today’s economy and our waistlines? They call times of financial recession lean times for a reason, you know. People tend to eat less because of the high price of food. I had this happen to me the other day…
Do you buy day old groceries? I do… all the time. Here’s why…
If you think you’re paying the same amount of money for smaller packages and less food, you may be right…
Using store circulars, grocery coupons, and your CVS Extra Care Card, you can get items for FREE or at least at deep discounts on a regular basis. They work very much in the same way that store rebates work, only you do not have to wait as long to get your money back. Here’s the scoop…
I used to be able to get in and out of the grocery store and buy what I need for 20 dollars or less. Not anymore… My how things have changed!
Coupons are just brightly colored money, right? You can spend them at the grocery store and use them like money. But before you get too excited about store coupons, here are some things you need to know.
If you have a typical American family, like me, then there are some bad habits you may not even be aware of that are costing you serious money. Here are 5 bad habits that you should break to recoup some of your household budget…
Only purchase food items when they are on sale. And, if the sale is very good, make additional trips to the grocery store during that sale week. When it comes to purchasing meat, shop at each store based on the time when items are being marked down. The key is knowing when each store marks down its meat, bakery, and dairy items.