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  1. Victoria says

    March 11 at 8:25 pm

    I LOVE your website! This article is so packed with information, and so well thought out, I am in awe of you! All I can say is a big THANK YOU for how wonderful you are to share this with us. there is definitely such great advice on your site, that i refer to you daily and am always surprised at the indepth tips that you pass on to us

    • The Busy Budgeter says

      March 12 at 6:21 pm

      Well that pretty much made my whole week awesome. I printed that out and hung it in my office for the next time I’m struggling with a blog tech issue and want to throw the computer off a super tall bridge. Thank you! 🙂 You’re awesome for being the kind of person that writes things like that.

  2. Jayleen @ How Do The Jones Do It says

    March 12 at 5:12 pm

    Ooooh! I need to look into that prescription one. I hate going to the pharmacy so I would love that! We also do a huge shopping trip at the beginning of the month and maintenance shop when needed (which is usually no more than once a week). Recently, I went through and unsubscribed to a bunch of emails. That saves me at least 10 minutes every morning!

    • The Busy Budgeter says

      March 12 at 6:17 pm

      Emails slowly kill me. There’s about 100 emails to sort through to get the 2 you care about. I finally just created a separate email for promotions, so I could scan it before I planned to purchase something. Of course right after I did that Gmail rolled out it’s “promotions” and “social” tab so technically that was time wasted… but points for effort!

  3. Brittany @ Fun on a Budget Blog says

    March 13 at 1:34 am

    When I get home from work the last thing I want to do is head back out to run errands. It’s actually a running joke in our house how much I hate doing them. I totally believe that spending 10 minutes doing a quick inventory on groceries and household items will save you HOURS later.

  4. Penny says

    March 22 at 12:49 pm

    Most libraries now offer an online service to check out e-books. You need a library card # to get started. Now when I see a book I would like to read, I check my library app first!

  5. SHELLI WADE says

    September 3 at 9:58 pm

    My husband laughs at me because I order all our household items online through Jet.com. Finally, I showed him the difference i was saving in ordering versus the times I would go to the big box store, you know who I am talking about. Every time I went to that store, I would wander around for an hour, even though I was there to get laundry soap and trash bags. At the end of my wandering, I would have over $300 of stuff in my basket that I didn’t even go there to get. Another tip, I could add is for those with pets, check out Chewy.com. I save on average about $200 a month. We have 3 English Bulldogs, a Chihuahua, three cats, and 7 fish tanks. Just a thought for all of you.

    I am loving all these tips you have. I have a new goal to get all of our credit cards paid off and need to get my budget in order.

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