Use Swagbucks to make Amazon or Paypal money.
I <3 Swagbucks. So far I’ve made well over $100 at Amazon but just doing a simple search! I’m sure most of you are familiar with Swagbucks but if not… I’m pretty sure it’s one of the easiest online “money making from home” sites there is. All you do is do a couple of simple searches using the Swagbucks search bar each day and collect your Swagbucks. Once you get to 450 Swagbucks you can cash them in for a $5 Amazon gift card! I use mine to get books or good deals in the organic grocery section. Also, you could cash in 700 Swagbucks to get $5 cash in your Paypal account if you’d rather earn cash. It’s easy, and takes just seconds each day.
Buy in bulk.
If you are serious about saving money on groceries and you want to eat as healthy and natural as possible, buying in bulk is the way to go. Since we’ve started switching over to organic, bulk is the way I buy almost everything. I buy through my co-op(Azure Standard) and I buy in bulk on Amazon, and I buy in bulk at Sam’s Club. (Only occasionally at Sam’s and only for a few items I can’t get elsewhere and that we go through too fast to only get once a month) Even though we buy natural and organic I’m still able to keep our monthly grocery budget under $150 a month and that’s due to buying in bulk. Hopefully soon I will get up more posts about buying in bulk, what are good things to buy, how to store them, ect.
Make homemade cleaners.
I can’t believe that I haven’t included this in the Frugally Fit series yet! It’s so easy and inepensive to make your own homemade cleaners. Not to mention it’s better for the environment and it’s better for your health to not have to breath in all those chemicals. Here is a post with several different homemade cleaner recipes.