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May 5th, 2011 @9:23 pm  

don’t forget about making sure you’re not penny wise but pound foolish. So, first cut back on the things that have the greatest financial impact, and perhaps keep a few indulgences which don’t really add much extra.

May 12th, 2011 @4:12 pm  

Hi Aimee, you make some great points about saving money. I especially liked what you said in your last two points as these are probably the two areas that I’m guilty of overlooking.

My guess is that many US consumers drop the ball, as far as saving money goes, by simply not having a library card or by not turning of appliances when no one is using them.

Thanks for the insightful post!

August 4th, 2011 @6:29 am  

Fantastic Blog…I really like your writing style. This post includes some great tips for saving money. Thanks for sharing this post. Keep it up!!!

August 24th, 2011 @10:10 am  

getting ebooks is also another great way to not spend as much money when you want to read something.

December 11th, 2011 @9:42 pm  

I have to say that I’m very disappointed your blog has been let go! I was searching for frugal living blogs and yours was at the top of the list. But it’s been abandoned. So sad.

February 2nd, 2012 @5:36 pm  

I think this is all great advice! The advice about food is spot on. I would also add that eating out less is also a great way to save money!

February 13th, 2012 @7:21 pm  

I think it is always a good idea to plan how you spend your money properly and make cut backs on anything that is not completely nessacerry to buy.

Thank you for the extra ideas

March 18th, 2012 @1:20 am  

I like money saving tip number 5. Libraries are a great resource for books, digital audio, and using free wifi and internet.

April 10th, 2012 @1:24 pm  

I don’t understand why people buy eBooks and whatnot. The library is FREE! Doesn’t make much sense. Great post. 🙂

April 28th, 2012 @4:57 am  

Student loans really helps you to get your higher education. One of the best benefit of it is the fact that multiple loans can be melted down into one master loan. This saves frustration, reduces the risk of missing a payment and actually improves your credit score. And it reduces your monthly payment.

Jasmin Said,
July 9th, 2012 @11:13 pm  

Very good tips for saving money, especially now a days that we need this kind of idea to tighten our belts to spare something and make use of what we really need the most.

Jason Said,
September 13th, 2013 @8:52 am  

It’s not abandoned, let’s just say it was sleeping for awhile. It is just woke up and ready for action!

DeeBishop Said,
September 13th, 2013 @8:55 am  

It was sleeping for a LONG while… but glad it’s back! 😉

Jason Said,
September 13th, 2013 @9:09 am  

Very true, thats what 5 kids can do to anything. Plus I needed to try other things, but I always come back to writing, blogging, and designing 🙂

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