At the moment, I’m surprisingly content with being unemployed. Sure, it would’ve been nice to have had the job and I was really looking forward to it. It probably helps that this is my 4th September since graduating college and not one of them has included a teaching position; you get used to it after a while, I think. There are some parts of not getting it that are actually a relief. Although I’m not working, I’m definitely not bored. It’s been nice to get some of my “summer” projects worked on.
Nevertheless, it’s not a bad idea to remind myself of some ways to save money, especially since my income will be unpredictable for the foreseeable future, even if I start subbing again (which I probably will soon).
2 money saving posts from The Kitchn: The Best Bakeware Under $20 and 10 End of Summer Bargains for Your Kitchen.
21 Ways to Reduce Your Spending Without Making Your Life Miserable (Simple Dollar) There are a lot of food related ideas on this list, but there are plenty of ways to save money outside of the kitchen, too.
It’s finally cooled off around here, but this list will save you money and sweat:10 Oven Tips that Cut Costs and Keep You Cool (Unplggd).
One of my non-food reads, Fabulously Broke in the City, is a great source for thoughts on budgeting, income and saving money.
In unrelated news, The Healthy Living Summit videos have been posted! I’m really looking forward to watching the sessions I didn’t attend…and re-watching the ones I did!
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