Live Well on Less

    Live Well on Less

    These money-saving ideas will help you meet your needs while living on less. Most ideas are practical, everyday things you can do to cut expenses.

    Here is a sample.

    Food: • At the grocery store, compare prices per unit. This allows you to accurately compare products of different sizes. Most stores have already figured the cost for you.

    • Vending machines are expensive so take nutritious snacks such as fruit or oatmeal cookies with you to work for breaks.


    • Start a swap program for children’s clothing. Many garments are still in good shape once a child outgrows them. Exchange them for items you need.

    • Avoid buying clothing that requires dry cleaning.

    Download the publication, Living on Less, to access more money-saving tips.