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  • #134922

    Make your own laundry soap. Learn to crochet to make wash colths. Be inventive in using things you already have on hand to make things you need.

  • #135034

    Great idea’s!

  • #135150

    Think twice before you buy… especially online. It’s so easy to do and with a feel-good buzz, and then getting a package is fun… but then you’ve got a lot of junk to throw away (and shortage of cash).

    • #207069

      kr

      So true

  • #135739

    I learned to cut hair so I could cut my families hair to save money. Also we don’t eat out too often. I always use leftovers as well.

  • #135841

    I love the laundry soap idea!

  • #135857

    Im trying to make household cleaners that are healthier for everyone at home!! They work so much better and green products can be so expensive at the stores!

  • #136050

    We only eat out 2 times a month. You will be amazed how much you save once you stop eating out and cut out all those coffee runs. I now make coffee at home too as well 🙂

  • #136331

    I make my own general purpose cleaner with vinegar, I’ve started making the majority of our meals at home. Meal planning and making an accompanying shopping list so that I don’t buy food we don’t need. And I’ve saved a lot using the Ibotta app. It can save you a lot of money, but be careful, because I’ve been lured into buying unnecessary things, just because they were really cheap, lol. I’ll post my referral link if you’re interested 😊
    Use my referral code, nqghtee, and you can get up to a $20 Welcome bonus. Sign up at https://ibotta.com/r/nqghtee

  • #136332

    I’ve been trying out some laundry detergent recipes, but haven’t found one I really like. My clothes don’t seem to get as clean. Do you mind sharing your recipe?

  • #136633

    We started making all of our Coffee Lattes & even tried a few Frappe’s in the blender to save a few bucks. Amazing how quick the cash adds up. I save the stash for Christmas now.

    • #208653

      These are all great ideas to save some money!!! I havent ever found a home made laundry recipe that got my clothes clean though!

  • #136704

    I love the ideas I’ve seen in the comments here, especially the laundry soap and household cleaners you can make yourself. It saves money, more safe for your family and fun idea to spend time with the kids making different things. I’m gonna try these out if I can get a recipe or ingredients to make them.

  • #136717

    we watch neflix at home instead of going out

  • #188964

    Meal planning helps a lot. Also maybe have a yard sale, get rid of clutter and kids clothes, we all know they grow so fast and make a couple dollars. I also coupon

  • #189084

    I do a lot of receipt scanning aps. I make money back on groceries that I already needed to buy anyways.

  • #191043

    couponing and doing rebates/receipt apps

  • #192682

    I reacently found this great website that give great discounts on every day essentials like dippers baby oil eks.
    It has really saved me a lot of money https://www.mb102.com/lnk.asp?o=12088&c=918277&a=387458&k=C95923ECE575CF53F20DACD82F748E21&l=12366 hope you like it

  • #196259

    I have been emailing companies for coupons .

  • #199693

    I loved reading all the comments to get some new ideas! I’ve been looking for ways to save and I think a big one for my family is eating out. We are always on the go so if I do a lot more meal prep and planning I think I could cut down that cost a lot. I also love the making your own household cleaners! Thanks everyone for the ideas!

  • #199787

    Great ideas.

  • #200187

    So many great ideas, ladies!!! Thank you for sharing!

    I’ve cut cost by no longer purchasing items that we just toss in the trash. For example, paper napkins, paper towels, paper plates etc. I’ve purchases reusable items for replacements. The cost up front is a bit more, but you save in the long run and cut down on your trash…a win, win!

  • #200367

    Thanks. Fantastic ideas. We need these at home especially right now when money is tight

  • #201015

    Sign up for restaurant and grocery store rewards to save money on eating out and cooking in.

  • #201304

    Ibotta has been the best app I have used to save money but there are several others, especially if you eat out or shop online often. Search for coupons on stores website/app as well, there’s a store that I shop at often that sends me coupons a few times a month and usually sends me 1-2 coupons to get a certain item for free.

  • #201545

    Great sharing.

  • #201865

    Sounds good.

  • #201875

    I have been emailing companies for coupons .

  • #203310

    I have a huge garden. I plant plenty of veggies, that I also can and put away for the winter months..Saves us a lot of money too. I also do hard core couponing! I stockpile when things are CHEAP!!!

  • #203409

    Very interesting and informative.

  • #203444

    eat at home

  • #204456

    Sounds good!!!

  • #204940

    we try and eat at home as often as possible. I try and hold off as long as possible before going grocery shopping so we utilize everything we have

  • #205629

    Girls help!! Left alone with the child, the husband died. Money prakticheski left, my husband worked at home and after his death, began to receive strange phone calls about the refund, he allegedly took someone’s money and not returned. He traded some sort of betaine. I rummaged through his things and found an account from the site on which he worked, and when I went there then ofigela what amount there, apparently he did not have time to withdraw money to pay the debt. Help the girls there enough money to vilify a long time and start all over again with our son, in debt will not stay!!!!

  • #206858

    Great help

  • #207068

    kr

    Thanks

  • #208026

    Wow, so great!

  • #208028

    Wow, so great!

  • #209581

    Awesome.

  • #209919

    I haven’t had a chance to read all..but make your own cleaning products, shop clearances, thrift stores, garage sale, facebook marketplace or offer up before buying brand new. Use coupons. Use receipt apps to collect points and earn cash or gift cards. Do surveys or programs like this. Join a Freecycle or pay it forward fb group. You can give and get items for free. Do exchanges with your neighbors or friends. Trade work..cooking for babysitting etc. Email companies for coupons or join their emails lists. Meal plan. I use my credit card to pay bills, but make the payment right away. I have a few hundred dollars saved up on points to use for Christmas. DO research before buying big purchases. Visit the library for free books and to rent free dvds. Check out your local area for free or cheap events. Plant a garden or at least 2 or 3 of your favorite veggies. Repurpose items..old shirts can be used as cleaning rags, glass jars as food containers etc.

  • #209923

    Thanks!

  • #210411

    Coupons AND clerance

  • #210569

    I’m always saving money! Everything I want to buy (except groceries) I always look first in my local area using the “yard sale” type of apps. I usually find what I’m looking for. If I don’t find it, then I look on other websites and compare to Walmart ( if they have it). Looking online also helps you find things quickly because it will say what isle the item is on. For groceries I look at all the flyers (some have exclusive coupons not given in the store ad)& compare prices. Then plan my grocery trip making a circle to save time and gas, & I always make sure I go shopping during the week day if I can help it. It also saves more time and gas not getting stuck in San Diego traffic.

  • #210580

    coupons

  • #211153

    Great post.

  • #212932

    I have to say cutting coupons locating coupons on the different store websites and sometimes there are different stores that use the same coupons.
    Unplug appliances that do not need to be on 24 hours a week
    Choose Netflix and other programs compared to Cable or the other services or even watch clips on Youtube most are under $20 a month or free,

  • #214399

    Great ideas

  • #214705

    So many great ideas here!

  • #216440

    I’m sure this has been said but coupon. After having my daughter couponing helped so much. Now it’s a way of life lol. If you have an instagram there are some amazing couponers willing to show you the ropes. Facebook has couponing groups as well as amazon promo code group. Swagbucks is awesome to help bring in a little money. Can also find the best swagbucks deals from couponers on Instagram. Always buy clearance. After Christmas I always go for the paper plates. Saves on the water bill. You can buy your meat in family size and divide it up. During the day I hardly have the lights on. Look at your power company peak hours to see when its cheapest to run the washer and dryer. Also join as many reward programs like at grocery stores. Some have it where you spend so much on groceries you save on gas. Join cashback websites like ebates and top cash. Hopefully this helps someone and sorry if I’m all over the place lol

  • #216750

    Great ideas!

  • #216847

    Save change it adds up quick.

  • #217706

    think twice about buying anything…. do you really need?? Sometimes, I buy stuff in bulk or on sale, but then have to store it, it gets old, I don’t like the product anymore: money down the drain

  • #218418

    I ❤ saving money!

  • #218667

    There are so many great ideas on here. My advice is to hardly ever eat out. Make dinner at home. haha. Also, I have a cricut and i make my own shirts, cups, cards, etc. Pretty much anything and i have saved alot of money in the long run. I also sell stuff that i make.

  • #218863

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  • #220146

    Great help.

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