Put your Budget on a Diet: Trim the Fat From Your Household Budget with these 21 Action Steps to Saving More Money
Make your money-saving, budget trimming efforts work harder for you
Do you want to trim money from your household budget easily without sacrificing what’s important to you?
That’s the problem with working at cutting back on our spending, isn’t it? When we try to save money, we have to make sacrifices somewhere. Those cuts have to happen somewhere. Unfortunately for us, we usually wind up making cuts to something that matters to us. This makes it difficult to stick to our budget diet.
Well, I don’t like that method of saving money!
Wouldn’t it be better to find ways to trim back your household budget without making sacrifices that hurt so much?
That’s at the heart of Put your Budget on a Diet!
These 21 Action Steps are designed to help you look at other parts of your household budget, and find places to save more money.
Find hidden ways to save money, including:
:: Why starting with the biggest expenses leads to the biggest savings!
:: What one area can make a huge difference in your household budget (and you’ll not feel it!)
:: Why you should do this one thing, no matter what, to keep your household budget afloat!
:: Do you know where most of your electric bill goes? Here are some ways to lower it!
Related Books and Ebooks
The Grocery Savings Survival Guide is a great companion to Put Your Budget on a Diet. My book Put Your Budget on a Diet looks at the whole budget. Grocery Savings Survival Guide takes a closer look at saving more money (and time!) at the grocery store. If your grocery budget needs help, then you need the Grocery Savings Survival Guide. Find out more here.
Important! In order to use the Budget Spreadsheet, make a copy in your own Google Drive. Do not directly edit my copy or your changes will be public to everyone with this link! Copy it to your own Drive, then edit your copy that you’ve renamed to something else.