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It Is Possible to Save Both Time and Money [Video]

by Shawanda Greene

Too often we waste money on activities that are supposed to save us time. In this video, I discuss a couple of scenarios in which the cheaper option not only saves you money but also saves time. Start questioning whether the extra dollars you spend actually buy the time you think you’re getting.

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@prairieecothrif June 14, 2012 at 10:44 AM

Great question. We try to assess and balance this all the time. It isn't always easy. One thing we have done that works well is meal planning. We save a ton of time on a daily basis that would normally be spent on figuring out what to eat and then seeing if we have the stuff to cook it, and we save a ton of money because we never feel the need to eat out since we have a recipe and ingredients ready to go. It works really well.
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Shawanda Greene June 15, 2012 at 4:29 PM

You’re right, meal planning is a great one. I’d only ever thought about it from a money saving perspective, never as a way to save time.

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