We all want to save money these days, especially in our retirement, and saving on meals you cook at home is an area filled with possibilities. Three methods come to mind when I think about saving money on groceries: preparing filling meals using whole grains, choosing less expensive sources of protein, and eating more fruits […]
Three areas come to mind when I think about saving money on groceries: preparing filling meals using whole grains, using less expensive sources of protein, and eating more fruits and vegetables. Cooking from scratch is an important part of all of these areas. Preprocessed, prepackaged food is expensive and contains unhealthy chemicals and preservatives. This […]
These days, we are all trying to save a few pennies (or a few dollars) in our budgets. Your grocery budget might be one place you have targeted for savings in your thrifty retirement. By this time in your life, you probably are already well aware of how to save on food costs, but a […]
Storage is an issue for almost everyone. Some people earn a living by helping others learn how to store everything they have. This article concentrates on the small things, especially in the kitchen. How to store small bits of leftovers can be a puzzle. Many people toss leftover food because they don’t know how to […]
In our thrifty retirement, sometimes we have to spend a little to save a lot. With renewed emphasis on conserving energy for both monetary savings and ecological reasons, emerging technological advances offer new opportunities to save.
These tips on reducing winter energy use cost little or nothing, but they can add up to major savings on your winter energy bills.
We all like to go out to eat, but we know cooking at home is much less expensive. In our life of thrifty retirement, there are ways to enjoy restaurant dining without emptying your wallet.
Holidays don’t have to bankrupt your savings or turn family pleasures into panic. In your thrifty retirement, you can give meaningful gifts and save your retirement dollars.