Best Money Saving Tips

by Merissa on June 14, 2013

in Frugal Living Tips, Thrifty Living

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Best Money Saving Tips

We've posted so many money saving tips here on Little House Living over the years, sometimes it's hard to keep up with everything. So I decided to put all the best tips together here in one nice post that you can bookmark or pin for future reference or reading.

Best Money Saving Tips

35 Frugal Budgeting Tips

Here are 35 easy tips that you can start doing today to shave valuable money off your budget!

Make Freezer Meals

Save money buy buying in bulk and making meals ahead of time. You don't have to spend money on eating out but you still get a fast quick meal!

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Make Your Own Homemade Cleaners

Have you done this yet? What are you waiting for?

Learn to Can

Seriously. This is one of the biggest money savers you can find. Grow your own produce and then preserve for your family to eat fresh and healthy all winter!

75 Uses for Baking Soda

Cheap and dozens upon dozens of uses!

Learn to Barter

Why pay full price when you don't really have to?

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Learn to Sew

Sewing is not an outdated hobby, it's something that can help save your budget!

Save Money on Your Heating Bills

Get 12 tips on how to save money on your heating bills. Stay warm and still save money!

10 Ways to Save Money

Think of ways to save money that you might not have thought of before but are right in front of you!

USDA Organic

Organic on a Budget

Buy organics and still save money!

Couponing 101

Learn how to use coupons to be able to donate or save even more on your grocery bill.

Learn to Prepare for Higher Food Prices

Prices are always going to keep going up. Do you know what to do to make the best of it?

Learn to Buy in Bulk

It will save you money if you just take the plunge!

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Grow a Garden

Gardening is cheaper than therapy, and you get tomatoes.

Learn to Meal Plan

I love meal planning and do it for a month at a time so I can also utilize my bulk food buying!

Be Thankful for What You Have

If we aren't thankful for what we already have then we won't be able to appreciate anything else in life.

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What are your best money saving tips? Share in the comments so we can add to this list!

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1 Shan Walker June 17, 2013 at 8:09 pm

This list is sooo wonderful! Thank you so much for putting all of these links together. As a fellow blogger, I know how long that takes. You are a Gem!
Blessings,
Shan
http://www.The-How-to-Guru.com

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2 savecard July 20, 2013 at 11:38 pm

I like the tip for gardening! Unfortunatelly live in the city and have no opportunity to grow up a garden. Sure people hwo grow up some vegetables and ftuit save a lot of money on food and eat fresh things. For the city livers bulk buying is the only chance to save some money on food. The bad side of the bulk buying and freezing is that in the most way you don’t eat fresh food.

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3 The Claymobile December 18, 2013 at 9:09 am

Dont throw away the envelopes that you get in the mail. Use them to mail your own letters. This only works with envelopes that are not postage paid. First, take a black majic marker and mark out the bar code on the envelope. If you dont do that the letter will go to the address encoded in the bar code. Second, cut a piece of scratch paper large enough to cover the address on the front of the envelope. Put a thin line of Elmers Glue around the outside edge of the scratch paper, and glue it over the address. Allow to dry. Write the address you want the letter to go to the front of the letter. Saves money by drasticlly reducing the amount of envelopes you have to buy at the office supply store

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4 James at 4Auto February 3, 2014 at 4:47 pm

I’m young, but I use the envelope system. We get so much each week for groceries, gas, etc. When the money is gone, it’s gone. Helps you stick to a budget. If I were to charge all those costs, I wouldn’t remember how much I’ve spent, and would likely go over budget.

Also, cut unnecessary costs. Cable tv, nice restaurants, buying a new phone even though your current one still works, etc.

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