Homemade Iced Tea – A Cool Summer Drink

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The summer time is the hottest time of the year. People are finding their own ways to beat the heat yet enjoy summer at the same time. Lounging at the pool, going to the beach or going out to get that ice cream cone. Another way to cool down without busting your budget is to make homemade iced tea. It only has 5 ingredients and has less sugar and has no preservatives that powdered iced teas sell at...

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Three Easy Ways to Cut Your Grocery Bill

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The average American family spends roughly $150 a week on food—over $6,000 every year. For most of us, groceries eat up a large portion of our monthly budget. If you want to cut back on expenses, food is actually one of the best places to start.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});You already know that bringing your lunch with you to work instead of going out, skipping your daily...

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A singleton’s groceries: Eating well on $100 a month

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Making a food budget One of the most challenging parts of setting a budget for myself was figuring out my food budget.  In fact, this was one of my first tasks!  Your food costs – what you eat, where you shop, even how often you shop – can really make or break your budget.  For example, buy an orange everyday at the corner store or 7-11 costs $1-$1.50.  In contrast, I bought three oranges yesterday...

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