- October 25, 2013
- Posted by: admin
- Categories: Budget, Credit Card Debt, Financial Ideas, Frugal Living, Savings
It’s a known fact that the economy is facing an onslaught from the government and it hardly seems to be going anywhere. This has turned into a major problem and this is effectively the reason why most American nationals are finding it difficult especially when it comes to their finances. This is effectively the reason why living frugal can help you save money in ways you wouldn’t have thought of otherwise.
Go frugal this November – Daily tips to help you
Here are a number of tips that are meant to be followed on a regular basis for the simple reason that it can help boost your finances to a great extent. Check them out.
November 1st – It’s always a good idea to start the very first day of the month by crafting free sample containers.
November 2nd – You can always make a double meal for dinner so that one is always kept aside for busy nights.
November 3rd – Couponing can save you loads especially when you make it to the stores that have sales going on this festive season.
November 4th – Bulk shopping is always a good idea especially when it comes to food staples.
November 5th – Aim for the unit price and shopping couldn’t get more economical really.
November 6th – Your kid’s entertainment is simply a library away so go ahead and make use of it.
November 7th – Giveaways are always a boon and now you have them on blogs too!
November 8th – There are restaurants promoting free birthday meals. Have you considered one yet?
November 9th – Do stock up on your post-Christmas clearance gift sets right now so that you’re never out of supply.
November 10th – You can always make do with free toothpaste samples without really having to buy it.
November 11th – A photo studio is always a great idea instead of those school portraits.
November 12th – You can always download free kindle books, yes!
November 13th – Make the most of free samples in place of the travel friendly beauty products on your trips.
November 14th – There are cheap and even free magazine subscriptions you could always sign up for.
November 15th – Try setting up a magazine swap and that too at church.
November 16th – Using recycled Ziploc bags or plastic grocery ones are worth your thought.
November 17th – Gift wrapping can be just awesome with the paper grocery bags. Moreover, you could let your kids color them too.
November 18th – Make it a point to keep the free toothbrushes as well as the dental floss that you get from the dentists. Store them up in a dental box.
November 19th – It’s always a good idea to keep your crockpot covered for it helps keep the heat in.
November 20th – You could also make the most of the return envelopes that you get with bills and even junk mail for that matter.
November 21st – It’s Thanksgiving and an edible centerpiece could very well take the place of flowers.
November 22nd – Get those restaurant provided condiment packets and use them at home too.
November 23rd – In fact you could also refill your ketchup and mustard bottles with the restaurant-provided condiment packets.
November 24th – A monthly budget is definitely a great idea especially if you manage to stick to it.
November 25th – Do make it a point to arm yourself with a grocery list and then go shopping.
November 26th – Do make it a point to buy with cash instead of credit cards.
November 27th – It’s Black Friday and this is the most opportune moment to get the lowest prices for the purpose of purchasing Christmas gifts.
November 28th – Stop opening the oven door, instead make use of the peephole.
November 29th – You could try your hand at making your own homemade seasoning mixes. It’s fun!
November 30th – Making your own homemade laundry detergent is also a great idea.
Make use of the daily tips given above and boost your finances for good.