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Do All Your Errands in One Day

Do All Your Errands in One Day

CreditSoup's Thrifty Thursday tip this week is to save money by running all of your errands in one day. Not only will this alleviate extra trips to the store, you'll be saving gas money and preventing those impulse buys from extra trips!

Get a Game Plan Together

Schedule a day, map it out, and utilize online services.

  • If you stick to one day a week to run your errands, this will open up the rest of your week's schedule for other events.

  • Mapping out your route will prevent unneeded gas or fuel usage, and we all know how high the price of a gallon is right now. By figuring out the quickest route from point A to point B, will make running errands a lot smoother.

  • Utilizing online services is also a great option. After all, they're there for a reason! Use online bill pay services, if they're offered. Even shop online when needed. This will prevent you from making those impulse buys we are all susceptible to.

It's a pretty easy plan. Schedule, Map, and go Online! Follow CreditSoup.com for more money saving tips!

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