Take these 10 money challenges
Looking for a little more cash? These ideas help you save more, spend less or just earn a little money for decluttering.
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Challenge: A 40-day no-shopping spree
Challenge: Slash your monthly bills
Challenge: Pay extra on your mortgage
Challenge: Declutter your home, and sell your old stuff
Challenge: Build your emergency fund
Challenge: Cook meals with ingredients you already have
Challenge: Tackle credit card debt
Challenge: Buy meat in bulk
Challenge: Find a side job
Challenge: Set up 2 checking accounts
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Jun 5, 2012 4:39PM
Another idea-buy less, better quality meat and support a happier healthier family and environment! Make no mistake I am not a vegetarian, I love a really nice steak but you don't need meat- Twice a week is a good and satisfying amount for many. You'll end up using more good for you foods to fill in the gap. Soon your family is healthier and you're spending a lot less money. It has made our family leaner, heart happier and more energetic.
Jun 8, 2012 1:08AM
Thanks for the BookScouter mention. Most people have a couple hundred dollars of books lying around the house, so it can be great to fee up some shelves as well as to make some quick money
18 hours ago
You can also use http://bookquoter.com to find the best textbook buyback offers. You can also save money when buying books as well
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