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- Your Frugal Friend
Hey everybody! Today's money saving tip will be split into two simply ideas: to buy everything in bulk, and to shop at cheap grocery stores. Now this sounds rather simple, but at school or anywhere else, it's so easy to just buy a single food item when you get hungry. Try planning ahead and buy bags worth of snacks like chips, instead of a single bag for .55 or .75 from a vending machine. If you can buy 20 sodas for a couple bucks at the grocery store, that's much better than spending $1.25 for a single soda from a machine. Costco and other warehouse stores are the best for buying a good quantity of items for $9-10. For instance, my family and I bought a couple boxes worth of granola bars for $10, instead of $2.25 each at Shoppers. A cheap option would be to check out Shoppers. My family and I switched from other because it was too expensive, and we suddenly were saving around 15% on groceries every time we went! Stay tuned for tips on how to save big on the latest in gadgets and fashion!
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Hey everybody!! It's been a really long time. It's time for me to provide another money saving tip! Today's tip is to about saving money in college. I'm in college, and money is very important. Decisions become very hard. Food is a way that a lot of money can go down the drain. A good way to curb this is to stop buying bottled drinks, and use a recyclable water bottle to refill. A poweraid drink a day could quickly add up to $8 a week. Switching on and off between eating canned foods like Beefaroni from Kroger and Ramen Noodles to eating at the dining hall can save a considerable amount. Why not switch it up? That way you can really appreciate eating at the dining hall when the time comes. Another important thing is to do the same with activities. Instead of going to everything, decide between something like bowling, or seeing a movie. Some activities might be free in different locations. For instance here, I could play ping pong for $1.25 an hour in one place, but there are free tables I can play at elsewhere on campus. In this manner, everything can be "This or that" or neither. Suddenly you will have more of a conscious when it comes to spending, rather than just going out all the time and splurging with friends. Goodluck!!
About the Author
I am a 19 year old teenager and my goal is to maintain a page for teenagers and college students to gain information from in order to save money and make a few extra bucks online. I also just want to share my experiences with spending and help others change their lifestyles.