Let’s face it, heading out to the local restaurant, sub shop or pizza parlor every work day can be a budget buster. Don’t believe it?
Take a typical lunch tab, multiply it by 5 and then by the number of weeks you work each year. Sit back and marvel at the total! Then imagine whittling that number down, down and down — and imagine the savings if you brought your lunch to work. You could be talking $1,000, $2,000 or even $3,000 a year! Continue reading
What’s your coffee count? How many cups do you drink in a day? In a week, a month, a year?
CBS News says that more than 50 percent of Americans drink coffee every day. And not just one cup, but three to four cups.
That’s a lot of caffeine — and a lot of cash out of your pocket. That caffeine jolt could easily be costing you $1,000 a year or more depending on your coffee destination and what you order once you’re there.
There are ways to trim down your coffee expenses without quitting cold turkey or cutting your consumption dramatically. Here are a few: Continue reading
For many of us, summer means vacation time, and road trips.
But before you hit the road, there are some simple ways you can save money, and help the environment, by using less fuel when traveling: Continue reading