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The following Everyday Savings Tip comes from, Brenda: After lunch or dinner, all the leftovers or items that need to be refrigerated are grouped together on the counter right next to the fridge. When the table is completely cleared, I open the refrigerator door ONCE and put everything away. This eliminates the multiple opening and…

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The following Everyday Savings Tip comes from, Lori: Here is one of my favorite things I like to do to regulate the “free heat”. On cooler days when the sun is shinning I will open the blinds and let that FREE heat come in and warm up the house. As the seasons change into summer,…

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The following Everyday Savings Tip comes from, Sarah: A colleague of mine recently shared this savings tip with me, and we plan to try it this summer. He told me that he and his wife sleep in the basement in the summer to avoid turning on the air conditioner. He says it has saved them…

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The following Everyday Savings Tip comes from, Brenda: Ever realize how much water you are “flushing down the drain” by literally flushing the toilet? We decided to cut down on the water usage with each flush by adding a glass quart jar to the tank of our toilet. One quart of water stays in the…

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The following Everyday Savings Tip comes from, Cyndi: Water is a precious resource and has become expensive. It’s so easy to luxuriate in the shower but that’s a lot of water (and $$) going down the drain. So, try a military shower (5 minutes or less). Turn the water on and get wet. Turn off…

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The following Everyday Savings Tip comes from, Beth: I don’t have a garage, so when the garbage is full and ready to go out, it has to sit outside until garbage day with no protection from the animals that could get into it. This is especially a problem during the warmer months. Until garbage day,…

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The following Everyday Savings Tip comes from, Sean: I saved over $1,000 in less than two hours simply by pulling out all of our monthly billls and making some phone calls. I called our cell phone provider, home phone company, cable company, insurance, electric company and simply asked them to lower my monthly bills. For…

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The following Everyday Savings Tip comes from, Jamie: We have always shut off our gas in May of each year and can usually get through part of October before turning it back on. Our water heater is an electric water heater so during the summer we have no need for gas. The gas and electric…

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The following Everyday Savings Tip comes from, Christine: Once you start putting your name, email, address out there to get coupons and free samples and sign up for sweepstakes and things, your email will be cluttered up with alot of unwanted emails. After a few weeks you’ll have to weed through these emails daily just…

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The following Everyday Savings Tip comes from, Small Footprints: Folks spend a lot of money for channels they rarely watch. Most of us spend a minimum of $40-$50 dollars a month on it. So my suggestion is to give up cable. Savings = minimum $480/year. That being said, many want to watch TV. So consider…

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