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50 WAYS TO SAVE MONEY

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42. Cut down on phone calls that use up valuable minutes on your mobile phone plan. E-mail or send text messages whenever you can.
43. Considering renting items that you don’t use often, such as carpet cleaners.
44. Limit the number of cleaning products you buy. Vinegar, ammonia, bleach and baking soda can clean the whole house.
45. Take care of minor maintenence problems before they become expensive disasters.
46. Buy clothes that you can wear throughout the year.
47. Trade services with friends and family. For example, babysit for someone who will mend your clothes.
48. Never pay full price for clothes. Shop sales, factory outlets and discount websites.
49. Cut down on extras like magazine purchases and health club memberships.
50. Buy books at a used-book store or flea market. You’ll save 50 percent or more, with no sacrifice in reading pleasure.

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4 thoughts on “50 WAYS TO SAVE MONEY”

  1. Some of these tips are good, some a bit on the common sense side and some need a little tweaking like
    Number 5 – you don't have to wash whites in hot, cold for all clothes works.
    Number 10, use energy efficient bulbs because they will save you more than fluorescent lights, not only in energy costs but also because they last for years.
    Number 14 – go vegetarian, it saves money, animals and your health which saves money on trips to the doctor (not to mention costly cancer treatments and bypass surgeries!)
    Number 51 – don't buy bottled water, invest in a filtration system, even the pitcher varieties sold at major chain stores and use a reusable bottle.

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  2. Your guidelines are great – if just more people would do them!
    Laundry can use a lot of energy if not done wisely. The new front-loading horizontal drum washing machines not only use less water, they then spin the clothes SO FAST that they come out almost dry!
    Then just put those 'almost dry' clothes on a stylish laundry drying rack like this one (maybe set up under a ceiling fan?) and you will have saved a ton of energy by not using the clothes dryer at all.

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