15 Ways To Save Money In The Summer

When it comes to saving money, get your whole family involved. It is always a good time to speak to your children about family values, particularly budgets, wants versus needs, spending, and saving.

#1 Eat more fruit and vegetables It is always a good time to eat healthier with better choices at your local grocery. Better yet, go to the nearest farmers’ market.

#2 Have A Picnic Find  parks, waterfalls, hills and mountains. Bring a blanket, some wine, cheese and other delights. Find a picnic table. Enjoy the outdoor weather, scenery, and birds chirping.

#3 Garage/Yard Sales Declutter your home and organize a sale with your family. Consider combining with homes in your neighborhood.

#4 Outdoor (and Indoor) Entertainment There are many cheap and free music festivals, film festivals, country fairs, theater, and wine tastings across the country.

#5 Become An Uber or Lyft Driver If you are off from school this summer, whether a student and teacher, you may apply to be a driver.

#6 Staycation or Vacation or Both The benefits of a staycation is to be a tourist in your own backyard, returning to your own bed at night, and not having to pack and unpack.

# 7 Disney Parks There are slight discounts if you buy multi-day packages but you will need to book your hotel stay which is expensive if you stay within the park.

#8 National Parks There are more than 2,000 Federal recreation sites. Certain parks particularly cater to children and are clustered in areas you can drive to like those in Utah.

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