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Save those coins


If you’ve like most people, you probably question how fruitful the simple act of stashing change can be.If this is the case with you, it may surprise you to know how much change you’ve handled without much regard. Statistically, the average person has acquired $800 in spare change this year. One thing veteran coin savers understand is how quickly they can build small fortunes by collecting change with little conscious intent.

So what are the super-secret magic techniques for coin saving?

  • Pick up change you find. This includes pennies. Remember, even small fortunes can be made up of pennies
  • Save all the change from you purchases throughout the day. When you are at the store and your total is $10.47, pay 11.00 cash and save the 53 cent that you get back. This will build your savings faster than you can imagine.
  • Be dedicated to your goal. It’s all for your fun and well being anyway and you’ll soon find that rewards of diligent saving are addictive.
  • Take the time to roll the change instead of using a local coin to cash for obtaining bills.

Happy Saving!!!


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  • Reply Anonymous

    Awwww T! This was my first time reading one of your blogs, I am ashamed to admit that, but I am stuck now. Awesome girl. So happy for you and what you are doing. I will be in NY for a few days in Oct, maybe we can get together. Love ya girl!


    August 30, 2012 at 11:55 pm
  • Reply Tamara

    thank you Simone and yes let us hook up inbox me your number we could def meet up.

    August 31, 2012 at 1:23 am
  • Reply MrsMo

    If you have a big family, wash large loads often, you can actually make your own laundry detergent, it washer friendly cleans well and you know exactly whats in it!! Its also VERY CHEAP. I mad my first batch (5 gallons) about 6 months ago or so and it lasted me that much I am going to make the second batch with the same ingredients i purchased the first time. It end up costing me 6 bucks for everything. We are saving a LOT.

    August 31, 2012 at 2:02 am
  • Reply Tamara

    ok Monique you have to share your secret lol

    August 31, 2012 at 9:01 pm
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