As we welcome the New Year, I thought it would be a good time reflect on my posts that have been viewed, liked, shared and commented on the most in 2018!
Thank you to everyone who has visited my blog, subscribed to my Weekly Newsletter, liked my page on Facebook and followed me on Twitter and Instagram in the past year. I look forward to interacting with you even more in 2018.
1. Basic Grocery List on a Budget
While saving on your grocery budget isn’t the only way to tighten up on your finances each month, it definitely is one of those aspects that needs to be kept in strict check.
If you are thinking about how you could save a bit on your grocery budget each month, but you’re not sure where to start, then this is the post for you – with a list of essential groceries that should be on your list but will cost you the least. Read the post here…
2. 10 Ways to Save Money Everyday
If you are on your journey to becoming debt-free or you’re looking for simple ways to tighten up those leaks in your monthly budget, have a look at my top 10 tips which help us save money every day.
They may be small things but at the end of the month, they do add up! Read the post here…
3. How to Save Money Grocery Shopping
Statistics show that food is the 3rd highest household expenditure, after housing and transport, in South Africa. As I do most of the grocery shopping in our household, I pay attention to the prices and it seems to me that each time I go to the shops something else has just gone up again. I try my best to be as frugal and careful as I can be when it comes to grocery shopping and in this post I share how I save money on our monthly grocery shopping. Read the post here…
4. My Take on Snap n Save
I first heard of the Snap n Save cash-back app back in 2016 and I have been using it ever since! Who doesn’t love cash back on their grocery items each month? I certainly do.
If you’re not using Snap n Save yet, you really should check out my blog post and get started. Read the post here…
5. How the Slow Cooker Can Save You Money
I love my slow cooker, and I use it often. The question I most commonly get asked by both family members and friends is this: Doesn’t it cost more in electricity charges to cook a meal for 8 hours in the slow cooker as opposed to 2 or 3 hours using the oven or the stove?The answer is: No. I actually save on my electricity bill by using the slow cooker, and if you’re considering using the slow cooker more often, then you should definitely check out my blog post! Read the post here…
I hope you’ve enjoyed reading these posts and thank you again for your support over the past few years. I wish you all a very Happy New Year.
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Happy Frugal Living in 2019!
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