Welcome to my 52 Ways to Save $100 a Month series. We’re serious about saving money in 2016. Sometimes it’s the little things and sometimes it’s the big things. I’m here to walk you through some little things that can add up to BIG savings. 52 little things to be exact. Every week, join me back here for another small money saving tip or idea that might not seem like significant savings until you see the overall yearly savings. It might just blow your mind. So pop in each Tuesday and read a new tip that will help you on your way to save $100 a month!
Well, we’ve reached the end. Next week, I’ll let you in on a fun little money-saving project I’ll be doing next year. I’m excited about it, and I’m excited to see who will join me for it. BUT, that’s next week. This week, we’re still focusing on ways to save $100 a month.
This year we’ve covered bartering, changing your own oil, coupon clipping, hand-making things, skipping meals and and more; a total of 50 things that had the potential to save you BIG! I’ve shared all of my very best money-saving tips and tricks, and now I WANT TO HEAR YOURS!
How do you trim your budget? What things do you do to cut expenses? How do you save? How would YOU save $100 a month?
Have you done some of the things I’ve done this past year, but adapted them to fit your lifestyle? I want to hear about it. Are there things your parents or grandparents have passed down that save you money as an adult? Spill the beans! Do you consistently strive to find news ways to save? Share them with us!
I’m always eager to hear new ways to save. I look forward to implementing as many of your ideas as I can. So now I turn it over to you. Let’s hear those ideas…
How Much Can You Save: You tell me? How much do YOUR ideas save you a week/month/year?!