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Organizing Can Save You Money (Frugal Friday)

Lack of organization can cost you money:

  • the lost bill that goes unpaid and accumulates fees
  • the crumpled coupon on the bottom of your purse that could have saved you a buck
  • the Groupon that expired before you had a chance to use it because you didn’t write reminders on your calendar.
  • the surplus of toiletries that you didn’t know you had, and so you bought more unnecessarily
  • the leftovers and other cold ingredients that went to waste because your refrigerator is a jumble

It happens. But, it doesn’t have to. Take a few baby steps toward organizing and you’ll find that you are more restful, less anxious, and you just might have a few more pennies in your wallet because you got your act together.

I’ve found that by being more organized with my bills, paper clutter, discounts, and even my purchases, I can feel more “with it” and spend less money.

Be wise with what you got to save more.

This weekend you can save on your ebook purchases in the FishMama shop, including my book, Organizing Life as MOM. It’s chock full of ideas for making a household planner and getting your act together.

Use the coupon code TURKEYTIME when you make your purchase to get $3 off a purchase of $8 or more.

There are five different books available, but several will be made unavailable at the end of the year. So, now may be the time to grab the one you’ve had your eye on. Check out the details on the sale to see what a great cause it’s supporting.

How do YOU save money?



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  1. This is so true. Organization is the only thing that chopped our grocery budget. Without it, I would spend way too much money. Thank you for the link-up!

  2. Organizing is such a big part of my life. As a mom of 5, I simply would go crazy if I weren’t organized. It does take time to get organized, and it is easier for some than others. However, I think everyone can find ways to improve how they run their home over time, and save money. Which reminds me I need to print out the Whole Foods deal I got through Groupon and go food shopping!

  3. So true. I can’t even tell you how many times I’ve gone through my canned food storage only to find items that were already expired.

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