As Summer winds down, most families find they need to return to being diligent financially. The relaxed approach to saving, couponing, and planning ahead the past few months has cost them. Let us encourage you not to wait any longer. September is a fantastic month to buckle down again. Save money on things like…
Pre-winter vehicle checks. Some repair shops run specials to get early winter-check business. Plus, by getting it done ahead, you know of any needed repairs, so you can save up before cold weather hits.
Furnace checks. Many companies run furnace check specials in September, before they get busier.
Home winter-preparation. Besides the furnace, will you need other supplies to ready your home for winter? Think window plastic, weather stripping, caulk, etc. Make a list and watch for early sales. To save even more, check stores for clearance deals on left-over inventory.
Summer goods. Speaking of clearance, hit all the clearance racks. September is a fabulous time to grab summer clothing, shoes, sandals, household goods, picnic supplies, pool supplies, outdoor sports and activities gear, and much more.
Cleaning supplies and cold medicines. Products to help you clean and stay healthy; and products to help when you sickness strikes. Tissues, antibiotic wipes, hand sanitizers and the like are also included.
Seasonal produce. Buy now and freeze, can or jar it. Not only is this the beginning month of produce bargains, it’s also prime time for sales on freezing and canning supplies.
‘School’ lunch and ‘Winter’ foods. September is fun for the savvy shopper. Not only is produce a-plenty, but ‘school’ type items continue to be on sale; such as granola bars, yogurt, fruit snacks, peanut butter and jelly, and so forth. Plus, stores start on ‘winter’ foods, like soups, pastas, oatmeal and more.
Don’t give in to the temptation to “get back at it as soon as things settle into a Fall routine” – begin now!
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