5 Money Saving Tips for Moms

One news story that caught a lot of people’s attention last year was the one that talked about
how much it costs to raise a child. If you didn’t happen to see it, the total amount from ages 1-17 is
approximately $325,000. That’s definitely a lot of money and so we totally get why you, as a mom,
would be on the constant search for any money saving tips that you can find in order to make your
dollars stretch just as far as possible.

teach kids about moneyIf you’re currently looking for some money saving tips, we have five that are sure to make
your “financial side of life” much easier so that your daily parenting responsibilities can be just as stress-
free as possible.

Eat out less. There are a lot of moms who make it a point to cook dinner every
night, but sometimes breakfast or lunch (especially when you have young kids and you’re out running
errands with them in tow) can be a bit of a toss-up. While you may prefer for them to have a home-
cooked meal, sometimes it’s simply easier to roll through the drive-thru. However, not only is that not
the healthiest option, but if you keep your receipts, it can start to add up. Instead, take a cooler with
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