SAVE MONEY THIS FALL
Changes in season inevitability bring new expenses. While autumn leaves are a beautiful sight to behold, the beginning of school, cooler weather, and holiday shopping all lead to higher bills during this season. Save money this fall with these tips!
Weatherproofing your home is one long-term method to save month. Because the temperature starts to drop in the fall, many homes experience a higher heating bill. Weatherproofing your home will cost you upfront, but you will save money in the long run, especially throughout the winter!
Eating out is one expense that many families tend to overlook. Dining at restaurants or ordering takeout adds up very quickly. Save money and eat healthier by preparing more meals at home. Plenty of delicious fruits and vegetables come into season in the fall including butternut squash, artichokes, pumpkins, apples, and sweet potatoes. Creating a meal plan can help you stay on track during the week!
Take advantage of fall sales. Holidays like Columbus Day, Halloween, Veteran's Day, Black Friday, and Small Business Saturday offer plenty of opportunities to purchase products at a discounted price. Waiting for an item to go on sale during one of these days can save you a bundle.
Fall is also known as football season by some. Enjoy the games on a budget by purchasing team gear in the off-season and hosting potlucks during game-time instead of purchasing food.