|Title:||Better Living: Tips for Saving Time and Money|
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|ePUB size:||1644 kb|
|FB2 size:||1382 kb|
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|Category:||Marketing and Sales|
|Publisher:||Council Oak Books (October 1, 1995)|
Read by Sherri Brennen.
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Who doesn’t want to help the environment, save money on their cars and save money on gas all at the same time? Combining all of these missions might sound like a bit of a challenge at first, but it’s possible if you follow these tips. Proper Tire Pressure You might not immediately think of your tires when you are exploring ways to better maintain your car; however, it is an absolute necessity. These green tips help you to select an appropriate vehicle and to maintain that vehicle in a manner that is both friendly to the environment and to your wallet. Speak with your dealership and mechanic for other ways that your specific car can be kept in the best shape possible. About the Author: Jason Harter is a scientist who specializes in green chemistry to promote healthier products for consumers.
So you’re getting married. Congratulations! Are you planning your wedding and looking for some time and money savings tips? You’ve come to the right place. Consider this truth-telling time so that you can avoid some of the more common pitfalls. Do away with the paper entirely and send electronic invitations. Sites like Evites provide a number of free and paid options. They can be super easy to set up and personalized to reflect your individual style. More importantly they can keep you organized by storing everything in one place – which will be a real time saver.
This book will guide you on your way to becoming truly frugal and living the life of your dreams without worrying about not having enough money ever again. In this book you will learn all about: Frugality. Unfortunately, bills, duties, our financial status, lack of time and other recourses are setting us back. It’s also necessary to learn how to be more efficient in increasing your savings without the need to deprive yourself of even the smallest and least expensive of life’s joys and wonders. This book will teach you all of the above and so much more. Frugal Living: The ultimate guide of frugal living for dummies.
Explore this guide from Better Money Habits for tips on saving money. Sometimes the hardest thing about saving money is just getting started. This step-by-step guide on how to save money can help you develop a simple and realistic plan to save for goals, big or small. 1. Record your expenses. The first step to saving money is to figure out how much you spend. Keep track of all your expenses-that means every coffee, household item and cash tip. Once you have your data, organize the numbers by categories, such as gas, groceries and mortgage, and total each amount. Short-term (1–3 years). Emergency fund (3–9 months of living expenses, just in case). Down payment for a car.
Do you work full time or part time? Do you receive some kind of child support or an annual gift you can depend on? The more accurate you make your budget, the better. Once you have a realistic budget, take a look at spending you could trim. If you’re not an early riser, prepare everything the night before. You’ll save time and money! Use your local library. You can get books, movies and even video games at your local library. And they’re all free! They also may stock some of the textbooks you need for class. Libraries are great sources for discounted tickets to museums and art galleries. They even host free events throughout the year. And instead of a pricey soda, drink water with your meal. It’s better for you and it’s free. Seek out free entertainment. Live outdoor music happens often in the summer and it’s often free.