An easy guide on saving money.
Having had my hours cut yet again and also now having been put on a zero hours contract which has pretty much devalued my worth in the workplace. I now have to find even more ways to save yet more money. I mean, if it isn’t hard enough already to pay the bills and feed cloth and house the family.
The information given in this article has been put together based on my own personal experiences, everyday observation’s and research that I have done, in an attempt to try to ease the continuing pressure on my families budget, saving as much money as I can.
It is only a guide on saving money and should be treated as such. A certain degree of common sense on your part is required as what works for some may not for others. We are all different and we all live our lives accordingly. Not one of us’s circumstances is the same. Also, we have our own preferences and make our own choices.
What it’s not!
This is not a DIY guide to insulating your loft, fitting Double Glazing, lagging your pipes or any other form of home-improvement plan. Nor is it a guide to cheap Airfares, theatre tickets or any other discounted products.
It is purely based on a day to day family existing. which is virtually all we are doing now and living with what you already have.
I also don’t have time in my daily routine to sit for hours wading through page after page of figures, blurb and statistics so there are no long drawn out detailed explanations. It is straight to the point and easy to follow.
Some things you may already know, perhaps others you may not. Some are so obvious they probably go unnoticed every day. A lot is just pure common sense. if you, like most of us, lead a busy hectic life and struggle to save money then reading this article is just what you and your family might need.
At the end of the article, there is a list of sites relevant to each section that you may find useful depending on your situation.