Blog - Page 11 of 14 - Savvy Savers Academy

Meal Planning Made Healthy, Easy & Affordable (to save you money)

The Dinner Daily Review

What’s for dinner?

It’s one of the hardest questions for me to answer every day.

I do have a meal planning system in place that I love (you can check it out here), but sometimes “same-old-same-old” just doesn’t sound good. Ya know?

I’ve recently started branching out to find someone help me plan new meals for two reasons:

  1. I’m extremely busy and it’d be awesome to save some time on this daily chore.
  2. I’m kind of tired of eating the same things all the time. I like to try new foods!​

I did have a small dilemma.

Continue reading

7 Budget Killers You Must Avoid to Save Money on Groceries

The last time I went to the grocery store I stood behind a young mother, toddler in tow, paying for a cart full of groceries.

When the cashier announced her total bill was $274 I think I let out an audible gasp.

Eeekk! That’s almost my full months budget for my family of four. And she got one cart load of groceries. (Granted it was pretty heaping, but still … )

I’ve worked hard to master the grocery store. Here are some major blunders I see people make that are costing them some serious moolah.

Continue reading

The Monster List of Jobs for Teens (that aren’t fast food jobs)

We all know teens can get a job at a fast food joint.

There’s nothing wrong with that, but it’s not for everyone. Personally, I never wanted to work in the food industry. (I was pretty shy and didn’t want to face potentially angry customers.)

Below I’ve compiled a list of jobs for teens to look into depending on their interests. Age requirements typically range from 16 and up. There are a few that younger teens may be able to do. Some may have a minimum age requirement of 18 depending on the company and the area of the country that you live in.

I have either seen listings for these types of jobs or did many of them myself as a teen.

Let’s start with the fun stuff, shall we?

Continue reading
>