Saturday, November 7, 2015

Your "One Income Stories" Wanted-$$$

Stretching the One Income Dollar is looking for your stories of living on one income- your tips, your life as a one income household and your challenges and triumphs.
We will be choosing one story on Sunday of each week and are paying $5 for the story of the week,( pay pal).Stories should be at least 150 words and all stories become the property of Stretching the One Income Dollar.
The chosen story for the week will appear in a Sunday post. Winner's first name and state/province required.
Please send all stories to: oneincomedollar@yahoo.ca and include: My One Income Story in the Subject line.
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16 comments:

Little House said...

I'd love to participate. Any particular topics, like saving gas, saving on household cleaners, saving on college text books, etc.?

Please email me (littlehouse@appleboxdesign.com) and let me know.-
Little House

Anonymous said...

i use my left overs to make soup and use coupons for everything
lah0824@aol.com

Anonymous said...

i use coupons. walk to work, help neighbor, collect can and make something from nothing when it comes to making meals. My goal is saving up so i wont have to pay a dime. only buying what i really need and pass on the wants. Helps in the long hall

ahill13340@yahoo.com

gamermom79 said...

Think Green! We recycle, reuse and make from scratch everything we can. Coupons are a plus and shopping at Walmart helps out a lot!

plwoods said...

I buy less every month at the grocery stores, and I live within my means. I walk to all locations and I do not have a car. I recycle everything, clip coupons, make my own soda pop, candy, popcorn, cookie and cakes. I have a garden for fresh vegatables and home made herbs. Also, I sell my cakes and cookies at the church Sunday's Bake Sale for extra cash. I'm doing everything humanly possible to live within my means! What about you?

reeree_03 said...

Coupons, coupons, coupons.
Restaurant.com
Steam clean my own carpet, pack all lunches, shop at the dollar store.

cornelius garrett said...

i use all of my little bars of soap collection even when its very small

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Jessica M said...

As a family of 6 with only my husband working, stretching the budget is something we try to do on a monthly basis. I love going to the local Amish salvage store for deeply discounted groceries. Last month I got a banana box full of chips (mutiple bags) for $3! We also cut out unnecessary things, like no cell phone, no satellite tv, etc. And if I can buy it cheaper used, we do that too! I love saving money!

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