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Saving time = Saving Money

If there is one thing I’ve learned in life, it’s that Time. is. valuable. Even if you are like me and don’t have a conventional “job”, your time is worth a lot! Learning to be efficient with your time is often times as valuable as making a few bucks. Just think about it…if you are a…


Saving Craving! Savings Tip: 2000 Uses for WD-40

Need to loosen a latch on a Saxaphone case? Need to clean an old fox trap? Need to remove burn marks from tile flooring? How about the need to remove the sticky price tag from the bottom of a shoe? Or remove water spots from a mirror? Have no fear, all of this and 1,995+…


Saving Craving! Savings tip of the day: Reuse Baggies

If you are anything like me, you are obsessed with baggies. I “Ziploc” everything! I think it’s a great way to get an airtight seal on things, keep things clean, separated, and organized, and they are great containers that shrink as the contents in the bag shrink. Have you ever considered reusing baggies? I hadn’t,…


Saving Craving! Savings tip of the day: 3 Basic Ways To Save

I recently read some great savings tips from “The Tightwad Gazette” book. It emphasizes that there are three basic, but very important, ways to save money: 1) Buy it cheaper 2) Make it last longer 3) Use it less It gave an example of dress shoes. Let’s say you wear a $75 pair of shoes…


Saving Craving! Savings tip: Dryer sheets

My mom has a great book, The Tightwad Gazette, that has great savings tips. I will refer to this book quite a bit from here on out. One tip the book said is that you typically don’t need a full dryer sheet to reduce static. Tear it in half or even in 4ths and you…