Six Ways You Can Save Money This Winter

Every little bit helps

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Money is getting tighter, the price of everything is on the rise. Our utilities, our groceries, interest rates, rents, all of it is rising. Let’s save money where we can.

  1. Don’t let any food go to waste. Plan your meals carefully, and if it’s time to use your vegetables up, put them in soup or stew. A friend decided they were going…

Lorna is a web designer from northern Canada, who writes now and then. Her website is https://www.northcountrylife.net

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Lorna Hamel

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Lorna is a web designer from northern Canada, who writes now and then. Her website is https://www.northcountrylife.net

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