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Special Device Help Prevent Suddent Infant Death

Special Device Help Prevent Suddent Infant Death

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Fart-Deodorizing Underwear Sold in Japan

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Saving at Least $100 a Month

Written on November 23, 2010 by Japhet Writ

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You don't need a financial adviser if you want to know how you can save your cash. There are simple ways that you can do to cut off your expenses, and it all starts in your home.

In today’s tumultuous economy, it is frugal to find ways on how to save money. There are simple ways to shave off your expenses, and the solutions can also be found inside the four corners of your home. If you take All We Like’s nearly effortless ways to hang on to your hard-earned green, you’ll likely to save at least $100 a month around the house.

Four easy-to-do tips on how to save money are posted after the break.

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Six Crazy Tips to Save Money

Written on September 20, 2010 by Japhet Writ

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With the economy in a slow pace, consumers sometimes find their way in surviving the crisis. One way or the other, stuff that we never thought can help us stretch our bills can tantamount for an out-of-the-country trip.

Saving money can be cumbersome and can even be arid. Still, some consumers were able to find queer but artistic ways to stretch their dollar. The following are the six most unusual yet most creative ways to save a buck or two.

Quit Smoking – Instead of spending your dollar to buy a stick or a pack of cigarettes, why not put it in your coin bank? Every night, make it a ritual to put away the amount of money that you would have spent on smoking. At the end of the year, you might just save enough money for a trip to London.

Stock First and Save After – Since money consumes the biggest amount on your budget, the best way to save money on food is to lessen your purchase. The trick here is to stock first and save later. And keep others away from your food cupboard!

Be a Happy Family – Another way to save money on food, is to eat with your family on a cheap meal. And if you often travel, travel with your family too, so you can also save on gas. Let’s just say that it’s your mom and dad’s version of car pooling.

Keep the Condiments – You can also cut back the amount of money you spend by saving all the condiments from fast food restaurants. More over, purchase soft drinks on sale or with coupons. It is easy to make money on items that did not cost a lot to begin with.

Pick Up the Golf Balls – Is your kid into golfing? Save at least $45 by picking up stray golf balls while following your kid and keeping a statistical score. With that, you can save money by not buying them, or you might gain more by selling them as a side line.

Dumpster Dive in Cemeteries – If you are into crafting artificial flowers, a nifty way to save money on materials is to dig deep on the dump in the cemetery near your place. Pick up the flowers and other stuffs you can use as decorations that were left in the dumpster.

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