posted on Jan, 16 2018 @ 09:15 AM
This is more about SAVING money, than MAKING it, but all in all, isn't that the same thing?
CABLE - get rid of it. You can get a digital HD antenna from Amazon for around $10. This will get you all of the networks, and some other channels,
about 30 to 50 total, depending on where you are. Next, get internet (assuming you have it already), but just have this only. You can even get it
through your cell company. Finally, get an Amazon Firestick, and use the jailbreak technique on it. Pretty much gives you everything, and all this
costs you is the price of electric and wi-fi for the month.
SHOPPING - shop the sales, use coupons, use BOGO (buy one get one) specials, etc. It's amazing how much you can save here. Discount stores such as
family supermarkets, Aldi, Save a Lot, etc. are also good ways to save (though you can't get everything there).
GAS CARDS - Here, a supermarket chain (Publix), every 3 weeks, has a deal where you can get a $50 gas card for $40, for each $50 in groceries you get.
We typically will do our shopping, and pick up about 3 of these cards (just saved $30 on gas).
MEAL PLAN - Plan out meals for the week, month, etc. Get enough to have leftovers for lunches. Plan these meals in conjunction with sales (use the
ads). Be aware of food stretchers (like rice, pasta, to use less meat and still be filling). Soups, stews, salads, and sandwiches are great money
COOKED PET FOOD - We save a lot doing this (as we have a lot of pets). Crocking some cat and dog food (all kinds of recipes online) is way cheaper
than buying canned food. And better for them. We keep each type in big tupperware containers in the fridge, and just use this each night to feed.
Cheap meats like canned mackeral (can get it at the dollar store), chicken livers or gizzards or hearts (usually all a dollar and change per pound),
etc. work great for this.