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Making small adjustments to your regular habits can help you save big! Professor Pig is here to help you save big by making little changes to your current and planned expenses.
When evaluating expenses, it is critical to know where your money is going each month. Ensure your budget is up to date with recurring and discretionary expenses and enroll in any available rewards programs.
Tip! Check for coupons in apps for grocery and big box stores.
The rise of telecommuting and homeschooling has made it practically impossible to cut back on internet services, but there are deals to be found when bundling or reducing other services. Try reviewing your cellular bill and request a discount for bundling services or consider switching providers. Think about cutting cable in favor of more economical streaming services. Only paying for the channels you watch might save your family a lot of money!
Lots of devices require lots of electricity, but you can economize in other areas. Replacing incandescent bulbs with more energy-efficient LEDs is a proven money-saver. Ensuring that your appliances are well maintained and running efficiently is another way to save money overtime.
Reducing your grocery bill is a breeze when you organize a menu for a week or two at a time, and plan meals with similar ingredients. You can save money buying larger economy packages of meat or cheese. Take it one step further and consider gardening and raising chickens!
Take the DIY trend outside and think about eliminating expensive vendors and taking over maintenance of your yard and pest control. You’ll feel an increased sense of pride for your home and benefit from fresh air too!
Try saving money on gym fees by exercising at home! A wide selection of innovative new online programs keeps your at-home workout fun and challenging.
It doesn’t take a major overhaul to realign your financial plan. Evaluate expenses a few at a time and see how little changes can have a big impact on your budget and savings goals!