By Cheri Gillard
With phrases like "recession" and "record unemployment" filling the air, the common family--regardless of the way the economic system is treating them--will be taking note of the price range. that is why 99 how you can Stretch your house Budget will obtain a hot reception because it offers ratings of functional principles to save money round the house.
Cheri Gillard, previously an obstetrical and NICU nurse, is a contract author and editor, plus the mummy of quadruplets.
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Savings = $15 per week, $780 per year) PACK THE PANTRY In addition to your weekly menu items, stock up on staples with markdowns, loss leaders, and clearance items. Check store clearance racks. Buy large meat packs that reduce price for higher quantity. Divide and freeze. If canned or dry goods are exceptionally reduced, buy up to stock your pantry. If there’s a great bargain on produce, plan a canning or freezing day. Only buy what you can handle. Don’t let a good deal sway you. Someone I know buys because of the amount of saving, not because she needs the item.
Shoes cannot make us better people. As you use 99 Ways to Stretch Your Home Budget, please keep in mind that the estimated savings included with each “way” is based on a family of four using commodities and services in various areas of the United States. You may find your savings differ from the amounts proposed because of where you live and your individual tastes and practices. Give us today our daily bread. —MATTHEW 6:11 To stretch your food budget the most, you’ll need two things: a pantry and a freezer.
Ask around. Some co-ops are simply like-minded people working together to eat for less. Some have themes, such as organic or gluten-free diets. (Savings = $30 per month, $360 per year) Keep in mind that the most unneeded spending comes with compulsive shopping. Have a plan and stick to it for both a menu and for shopping. Use a list when you shop. Plan meals and shopping according to each week’s specials and coupons. Take only enough cash to pay for listed items. Find less expensive alternatives to replace the items or habits that cost more.