I think the best thing I do to save money is in the shopping area. I shop Aldi once a month for about $100.00 and then hit the local produce stand once a week. I tried couponing but ended up buying a lot of processed foods. For clothes I shop resale and clearance racks. I don't buy a lot of clothes either, it seems like some people have tons f clothes they never wear. For shampoo etc I wait until there is really good deal and buy a bunch. I only do this about twice a year. I would like to get even better with money so would love to hear other peoples ideas.Answer Question
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Any extra money you may get, DON'T BLOW it on Crap! Put it in savings, buy stocks, spend wisely!
Answer by lapcounter at 8:52 PM on Aug. 7, 2010
Watch the $1 and $2 purchases. They can add up faster than you realize. I once heard a money-guru on talk radio pointing out that most people don't go into $15,000 debt $7000 purchase followed by a $8000 purchase. It usually happens a little at a a time with innocent-looking purchases, buying cheap things that we don't need, but get just because they are inexpensive, or paying a little more for things that we might need, but could pay less for if we wait or purchase elsewhere, etc.
Answer by jsbenkert at 9:33 PM on Aug. 7, 2010