Archive for the ‘Weekly Saving Tip’ Category

Weekly Savings Tip – Save upto $200 on your heating

Save upto $200 a year with a programmable thermostat. Automatically lower the temperature when you’re not home to keep your energy savings high and your bill low.

Weekly Tip – Updated Your Will



Update your will and beneficiaries. With every life change you should update your will and make sure your wishes are in writing.  It’s inevitable that we will all go, so prepare ahead so it’s less stress on your loved ones.  Make sure your beneficiaries have access to your passwords as well.

Weekly Tip – Garage Sale


pexels-photo-327173.jpegClean out your stuff again and hold a garage sale. If you don’t feel you have enough, make it a community or neighborhood sale. Make sure you advertise to get the most traffic.

Weekly Tip – Eliminate Debt


Consolidate your debt. Debt is a “dirty” word when it comes to your credit cards, high interest loans, pay day loans, you get the idea.  Keep your debt at zero or no more than 10% of your credit line.  Eventually get to a point where you’re paying off your credit card each month.  Your credit report will thank you, trust me.  You can regularly check your credit report at Credit Karma for free.

Weekly Tip – Create Space


It’s Spring, time for yard sales and Spring cleaning.  Clean out those big items you have no use for.  Use one of the many apps available to find ways to bring in a few extra dollars for your savings and clear out clutter from your home.  Not sure where to start below find a list to get you on your way to making a little extra money.

LetGo – is an online app that connects buys with sellers.  You post your items set a price, buyers contact you, accept their offer and agree to meet up.

OfferUp –  is another online app that allows you to sell items you no longer want.  A nice feature is that you can also post it on facebook.

Cplus – I had not heard about this app.  It’s a third party app for craigslist.  Who knew?

5Miles –  It also has a facebook feature which is nice.  You’re able to see who of your friends are using the app.  When it comes to receiving payment you can do it in cash or use in the app purchase.

With anything use your best judgement.  If meeting up to sell something do it in a public area, exchange cash, and be aware of your surroundings.

Create Reusable Rags


Old towels gotten raggedy or thread bare. Don’t throw them out; instead cut them into smaller sections to use as reusable rags to clean around the house.

Weekly Tip – Stop Junk


Unsubscribe from junk mail by going to DMAChoice, it not only helps reduce the waste in your life but cuts back on environmental waste.  I found that I enjoyed not having a mailbox full of unwanted solicitations and sorting through all the mail made it a chore I regretted.