A little broke? Maybe not, maybe you have some change in the couch.
That’s totally okay, we’ve all been there. The key is getting un-broke..or fiscally responsible. It will take time and a lot of effort, but in a while you will have some extra dough for whatever your heart desires.
So here’s is my super awesome money saving go-to list, which lays out a few simple steps. Budgeting, Coupons, Shopping, Stockpiling.
You NEED a Budget, plain and simple. This app really deserves it’s own post, which will come soon because I am absolutely falling in love with it, but essentially it is your grandma’s budgeting, made so our overly complex thirty-somethings’ minds can actually understand and follow through with it. I love it, there I declared it.
Coupons, Discounts, and Rebates
JET is, quite frankly, Costco online. -Sorry Costco.
If you’re like me and loathe loading up the ginormous cart and then, somehow, fitting it into my micro-sized car, then you’ll love this site. Literally, Costco brands, delivered for free and without a membership fee. Aaaaad the price adjusts the whole time while you’re adding items and choosing thru options. So, so sweet.
pro tip: check iBotta first for rebate.