How This Blog Will Help You Save Money
If you want tips for cutting corners without feeling deprived and get strategies to free up money in your budget, you’re in the right place.
Let’s cut to the chase:
You must learn simple tricks to free up extra money.
Whether it’s for getting out of debt, saving for retirement, college, or
whatever the reason, it’s a must. If you know how to make saving seem
seamless, it’s easier to overcome money challenges and reach your goals.
Hi there. I’m Karen. I am a former shopaholic that spent years wasting money on unimportant stuff, until I learned how to stop spending frivolously. I used my education background to teach myself how to budget, save money, and still go on vacation.
At one point I was injured and out of work and lived on one teacher’s salary. During that time, I was actually able to refinance my mortgage to a low interest rate and still save for a family vacation. Now, I take care of our family’s finances with ease and plan trips on a regular basis.
Here’s what people are saying:
“I like your blog. I especially like this latest one on how you use your receipt on the fridge! Brilliant!”
Sylvia Martinez, SMartinez Media, Former Editor of Latina Magazine
“I love how you’re always scheming for new ways to make your stuff INTERESTING. That post with the guy in the wilderness video? Hotness! Keep that creativity flowing so we can all continue being entertained while learning in the process. You help those of us with A.D.D. to come back.”
J.Money, Budgets are Sexy
“I thought the Receipt Reference Technique by Karen at MoneySavingEnthusiast.com was great. It helps us maintain our records. When a receipt is done, it goes into the file. This helps know what we paid for groceries to see if we’re staying on budget.”
Jason Hull, U.S. News Contributor/Financial Planner
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