Couponing can save you money, but does it ever seem like too much work sometimes? Clipping, organizing, coordinating sales, scheduling trips around town… If you want a great education on the smartest way to use coupons, look at this article with tips to keep it simple. You’ll find out what the easiest ways to save [Read More…]
yourLDSneighborhood News for Monday, 2 January, 2012 E-trash to Cash by Trina Boice If Santa brought you a new gadget, then you might be wondering what to do with your old one. It’s not recommended to throw old electronics in the landfills, so what is an environmentally friendly techno-geek supposed to do? Leave a comment.
yourLDSneighborhood News for Monday, 5 December, 2011 40+ Places to Find More Money (Not Including Under Your Sofa Cushions) by Trina Boice It’s that time of year when our big gift-giving hearts are restrained by our small, empty wallets. No worries! There are a ton of things you can do to bring in extra [Read More…]
yourLDSneighborhood News for Wednesday, 9 November, 2011 Black Friday Bonanza and Cyber Monday Madness by Trina Boice Saving money is all about being organized and thinking ahead. Black Friday is a perfect example. Most of us are completely exhausted after all of the busy activities of Thanksgiving and still have dirty dishes in the sink [Read More…]
Did you know that there is no need to ever pay regular prices for food items? If you do, you are spending at least 2-3x more on groceries than a savvy shopper. These good old common sense rules and habits for frugal grocery store shopping will put you well on your way to saving money [Read More…]
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Speaking of school or more to the point back to school, for most of us it very quickly becomes a daze once the budget is involved. It seems as if school just got out. It did! However we are already seeing advertisements about Back to School items, specials or up-coming sales. I thought it would [Read More…]