Whether you’re trying to save money, lower you bills, organize your home, plan the best vacation or make more “you” time, Jill offers tips that work for her and will probably work for you, too!
Make better choices with Jill’s “Money Choices”
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What people are saying about Jill’s Money Choices
This is a must read!!!
“The tips of the week by Jill Russo Foster are great. I never realized that gift cards are interchangeable between sister stores. Now I can always buy what I really want. This is a must read!!!”
This one really hit home…
“This one really hit home…we think the same way as you…we are frugal in some areas so we can do other things that we like to do. We recycle a lot of things; save them and then reuse; like door knobs, drawer pulls, mini blinds etc. We reuse what our parents and grandparents used…no need to buy new; ie: garden tools, kitchen appliances and kitchen utensils. My husband uses old tools, (old but well-made and efficient); He will put a new handle on, sharpen blades and so on. Our wood curtain rods with decorative end caps were also my grandmother’s that had been saved by my parents. Thank heavens they had a large attic!!
Today I pulled my grandmothers wooden wheelbarrow out to work in the garden!!!”
It was EXACTLY what I needed to hear
“Thank you for this post! It was EXACTLY what I needed to hear I was just thinking, “Boy, I need to get my account balanced, but I can do it later.” And you know how the guilt sets in after that!
I found you in the most wonderfully, synchronistic way I saw an article in a newsletter I get at work for Zen Rabbit, and then I clicked on the blogroll link for you, and it was just what I was looking for
I look forward to your future tips.
“Funny you sent this out. I have just been in the process of reviewing household expenses myself. I have also been taking the time to review all insurances, house, car, business. It is really amazing how making a few simple changes can save. I switched service providers for my phone, downgraded the extras on the TV, switched companies for my home owners insurance and plan to combine my business partners cell phone and mine to one plan. So, with all of these changes I estimate I will save, between my household and business, close to $2500 for the year. I look forward to your future tips.
I’m passing this on!
“This is such valuable information I was talking recently with a lawyer who is fearing a layoff She’s worried about paying her bills, but she’d never thought about doing the kind of analysis you describe here, so she didn’t really know what it costs her to live each month. I’m passing this on! Thank you.”
Very timely information!
“Very timely information! I will pass your blog on to some people I know It doesn’t matter their age, people still need help with their finances at all stages in life.”