Maybe you’ve made “saving money” a resolution for 2020. It’s one that’s really tough to follow through on, often because we associate saving with skimping. Depriving ourselves. Eating Ramen noodles for dinner. The first step toward saving money is reframing the entire concept of saving money. It’s time to try viewing it not as being cash-strapped, but as reallocating your funds.
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Creative Ways to Save Money Switch to energy efficient bulbs. You’ve probably seen energy efficient light bulbs on the shelves of the hardware store. They can be more expensive than their traditional counterparts, but they pay off in the long run: LED bulbs and compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs) require less energy to run. Crazy as it may sound, energy efficient light bulbs can save upward of $10,000 over a 10-year period. #SaveMoney #energyefficientbulbs #Latham #Family #Reunion
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