• Friday Round Up

    Friday Round Up-An Easy Way to Save Money on Groceries

    Happy Friday to you all… Yesterday I had every good intention of posting an article about easy ways to spring clean but then I had a setback. I needed to do some grocery shopping and thought maybe I’d walk to the store and get some exercise but then it looked like rain so I opted to drive. Seems my destiny was to walk because I discovered my car battery was dead which leads me into some advice about saving money at the store. I thought about getting my bike down from the rack in the garage but the now non-working car was in the way which meant I’d have to…

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    November Savings With Georgine

      It’s November already and means the holidays are here. To help save money during this hectic, stress-filled time here is what you can look for in sales and specials at your favorite stores: TVs will be on sale, especially as we near Black Friday. But in case you haven’t noticed, lots of stores are jumping the gun to promote sales before the day after Thanksgiving. You can grab a deal because the newer models will be out soon. Boutiques will be clearing their inventory so if you need a wedding gown or dress, between now and Christmas, this is the time to browse. Baby items drop in price this time of…

  • Budget Smart Girl's Guide,  Uncategorized

    Fifteen Tips For Saving Money

    Here are some of my favorite tips I found while I was searching the archives of my old Eating Well on a Budget Column- 1. Don’t throw away all those vegetable peelings; they make wonderful stocks for soups and gravies. If you do find yourself with some odds and ends, but haven’t got time to make stock, put everything in a large freezer bag and keep it in the refrigerator. You can add peelings and trimmings to the bag throughout the week and make up a large batch of stock when you have more time.   2. Water can keep the hunger pains away but sometimes it can be boring. Some…

  • Budget Smart Girl's Guide

    Fifteen Tips For Saving Money

    Here are some of my favorite tips I found while I was searching the archives of my old Eating Well on a Budget Column- 1. Don’t throw away all those vegetable peelings; they make wonderful stocks for soups and gravies. If you do find yourself with some odds and ends, but haven’t got time to make stock, put everything in a large freezer bag and keep it in the refrigerator. You can add peelings and trimmings to the bag throughout the week and make up a large batch of stock when you have more time.   2. Water can keep the hunger pains away but sometimes it can be boring. Some…