I got a pre payed phone T-Mobil loaded with 100 $ for the year(1000 min.)I can text or call even international .If I need more min. I add more. I do not have a cell bill monthly in the last 3 years and don't missed.
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For my family, I make out a monthly budget of all monthly bills (such as mtg, groceries, credit card, utilities, etc). Start by making a monthly template and each month it is easy to stick to what needs to be paid (mtg, child care, car pymts, food, etc) I have found by doing this I have paid down or paid off bills quicker and still have money left over at the end of the week and month. Also make sure you list money placed in savings as a monthly "expense" so you build up your fund.
I have found this method to work for saving money: get envelopes and label them with your bills you pay monthly (ie mortgage, light bill, water bill, etc.) and label one envelope Miscellaneous. Each month put the amount you owe on the bill plus $10 in the envelope. Pay the miscellaneous envelope $20. Once you pay all your bills, move the money from the other envelopes to the miscellaneous envelope and watch your money build up!
I am planning a trip to Assisi Italy this coming October.
I need to pay off for charges on my credit card. I took out empty envelopes and marked them for my monthly bills. I first put aside the monthly amount agreed to pay off the credit card. Then I put my bill money aside. If there is a bit of money left over then I can spend that amount on my needs!
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