The older you get, the more you probably aren’t comfortable with wasting food. Food can cost a great deal of money, and by throwing away unused food, you are throwing away the money you spend in a sense.
However, if you’d like to reduce food waste and thus save money, there are several ways you can do that.
Start When You’re At the Grocery Store
When you’re grocery shopping,...
Work can be tiring some days which makes it easy to view your lunch break as a brief escape. Many people dine out for lunch. While it’s perfectly find to purchase work lunches, if you start paying attention to the money you spend, it may surprise you.
For example, if you spend an average of $6 on lunch each work day, that’s a total of $30 per week or $120 per month which adds up to well over $1000...
What’s on the menu for Christmas dinner? Dining out for Christmas dinner or on Christmas Eve is a tradition for some families, but others prefer to stay in. Staying in and cooking a meal at home can be more relaxing and save you a ton of money.
Christmas is not a cheap holiday for most, so cutting corners when it comes to spending can help your budget out tremendously.
Here are a few Christmas dinner...
Grocery shopping is an essential necessity and a major part of our budgets and monthly spending. This is why it’s a common goal to try to increase or limit and control your grocery and food spending so you can have money for other areas of your budget. Food gets more and more expensive each year which causes us to come up with more creative ways to save.
If you don’t live in an environment where...