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Honey You Baked shares their love of meal planning in two great posts on the topic. Monthly Meal Planning Tips & Tricks and the free Meal Planner Printable. Get started with meal planning with these great posts.
Not ready to commit to a month of meal planning? Start with week by week thanks to this free printable from What Dani Did Next. Dani also shares tips about she manages her health plan using this same weekly meal planning method.
Keen to continue with the meal planning theme (geez, I hope so!) then check out Domesblissity and their suggestion of a pantry audit prior to shopping. I don’t know about you, but those 10 cans of chickpeas I already own, really should be used for something!
I get a lot of questions about Juicing and Smoothies so I thought I’d share a link to two blog posts on my own personal blog, a guide to green juicing and a juice rainbow with a juice of every colour perfect for those getting sick and tired of the same old, same old.
Anne from Domesblissity has shared a number of posts with our audience and this simple and straight to the point post about buying second hand can you save lots of money around your home and help add character to otherwise bland rooms.
Start your home shopping in these (often) cheap and cheerful locations;
The Australian Government has lots of great free resources via their Money Smart website. Some of my favourites are the Managing on a Low-Income Guide, they have a great Budget Planner and a Credit Card Calculator to help you figure out what buying on credit ACTUALLY costs you. Short version? It’s a lot.
And while you are there, if you have been working for a little while it may be worth doing an unclaimed money search for long-lost bank accounts or super accounts. It might not be much, maybe a grandparent opened an account for you when you were born and forgot. Maybe it’s $45 in Super. But lost money is like free money in my books. All you need is your full name, date of birth and it’ll help to have your tax file number.
A great place to start is their Under 25s | MoneySmart Guide. It has lots of great links related specifically to topics that apply to the leave home folks. You’ll love it.