Summer Savings Ideas #2

Don’t let your cash get away from you this summer. Join me Saturdays here at Portrait of a Writer…Interrupted and get a grip on your cash flow and start sharing your savings ideas.

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I don’t know about you, but I’m appalled at how quickly gas is rising, so I’m on a mission to think of ways for my family (and yours) to save money. If you have some fabulous ideas to save money this summer, then join me in posting one idea every Saturday.

Here are the official rules:

Write a summer money saving post and copy the logo and link back here to the Mr. Linky post

Invite others back here to view more tips on how to save money this summer

Sign Mr. Linky with the url of your Money Saving Post

Do NOT add a Mr. Linky to your blog, but encourage those who want to participate to visit here!

More on what to post:

You can share your ideas or some things you did the previous week to save (or make money.) I can’t wait to hear all the wonderful money saving tips you have. Don’t forget to share your money saving ideas and sign Mr. Linky! Here’s mine!

Hang my clothes on a clothesline: I’m sure many of you are already doing this, but with my mom here hanging her clothes outside, I thought I’d bite the bullet and commit to using the dryer less and air dry my clothes more. Yes, that will mean more time doing something I hate, but with not having to drive to a pool, guess I’ll have more time!

I’m not proficient in this yet, but having mom here, showing me the ropes sure helps!

Now it’s your turn . Just click on Mr. Linky and a window will pop up. Add your contribution, browse other posts and start saving!

2 Comments

  1. Carole Jarvis

    June 4, 2008 at 7:05 pm

    I don’t have an outside clothesline, but I’ve been hanging my clothes up in the laundry room for years now – mainly because they look nicer and seem to last longer. Now the money savings is an added bonus!

    We used to have a clothesline when I was growing up, and my grandmother even hung the sheets and towels out to dry. They smelled so fresh!

    Gas is very close to $4.00 here. We’re just trying to combine trips and drive less overall.

  2. Gina – what a great idea for the summer savings ideas. I can’t wait to read everyone’s ideas. When we moved into our house, one of the first things my husband did was to take down the “eyesore” of a clothes line in our back yard, but we also just bought a new HE washer and dryer, so we’ll just have to keep doing the clothes in the house. 🙂

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