Post # 1
OK, I wanted to make a money edition of The Biggest Loser Saver!
I don’t really watch that show and this is probably nothing like it, but I wanted to make a pact with other bees to save money in little ways.
So, make a pact with me! Well, not just me, but everyone else who makes a pact in this post.
Make a pact with other bees on the little ways you’re going to save money before (or after?) the wedding. If you mess up, come back for support. If you have tips, share ’em!
Post # 3
- Stop eating out (as much)
- Not buy anything from the vending machines. Period.
- Not buy snacks from the gas station on my way to school
ETA: I already have done a good job at not buying clothes and accessories, but I’m spending way too much money on random junk food. It’s rediculous.
Post # 4
Not by junkfood!! Oh man tostitos rounds chips with the natcho cheese sauce and McFlurries are my downfall! So every time I want to buy them Im going to set that amount of money aside for the wedding.
Post # 5
@MrsGolden2Bee: Haha this is going to help us lose weight, too!
Post # 6
I want to play! I’m not planning a wedding (yet) but can definitely stand to save some money.
-I will not buy donuts or other pastries with my afternoon coffee at Dunkin Donuts. (Even though the pumpkin just came back and it’s soo yummy….)
– I will not go off-list at the grocery store.
-I will limit take-out to once a week.
All of my things are food related, but since I tend to not feel bad about spending money on food (it IS a necessity after all) I end up spending WAY too much money on it, mainly on stuff I would be better off not eating anyway.
Post # 7
@yumyums: Yay!! Who doesn’t want to have money saved up?! 😀
I just went to the grocery store and bought all kinds of fruits and veggies and whole grainy goodness. I think I have enough stuff to keep me from snacking on expensive junk all week. 🙂 I did spring for roast beef, but buying roast beef is cheaper than buying a lunch out.