Editor’s Letter: 6 Expenses You Can Cut Back On in June


Editor's Letter: 6 Expenses You Can Cut Back On in June | thegoodstuff

Here’s the thing about June: It’s one of those “Where did my money go?” months. Months like November and December we know we will be spending more money than usual. Holidays, parties, presents…so we prepare.

But in June, expenses tend to sneak up on us. Graduation and wedding gifts, summer travel plans, kids’ day camps and of course we can’t forget Father’s Day! With your pocketbook and sanity in mind, this month The Good Stuff will show you ways to save time and money on those little expenses that just add up.

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Budget barbecues & groceries

Grocery shopping will be a big ticket item this month! And barbeques don’t automatically mean less expensive. Not only will we show you how to save on groceries this month, but we’ll share the five best grocery credit cards so you can save even more!

Summer holiday savings

Celebrate the 4th of July by preparing for the holiday in June! We will share delicious, easy, and wallet-friendly barbecue recipes, potluck ideas, and grilling tips. Get involved with DIYs like red, white, and blue candy bark, patriotic jelly shots, and fun décor.

Free & fun things for Dad on Father’s Day

And then there’s Dad! Our Father’s Day Gift Guide will help you shop for even the toughest guy to buy for. You can spoil dad with some cool DIY gift ideas and top Father’s Day sales will help you go the extra mile to show your pop just how much you care. While you’re at it, treat him to lunch at a restaurant where dads eat free for Father’s Day — or go all out with a trip to the zoo, museum, water park — you name it! — where dads get in free.

Cost-effective kids’ lunch challenge

I’m put to the challenge! It’s my task to create seven days’ worth of lunches for two kids — under $45! I can do it and so can you. These lunches are simple, healthy, and kid-approved!

Savings for new & expecting parents

A new baby on the way? To help alleviate some of the baby on the way stress, we’re helping out by sharing our favorite baby-friendly recipes, budget-minded maternity finds, and lots of other ways to save a bundle on your new little bundle of joy!

Save your sanity with toddler travel tips

Traveling with a toddler? Have no fear, we’ll share with you the top toddler travel survival tips! Parents, trust me, this is a must read!

So, have it at! Shop, save, celebrate, and enjoy. It’s June! Let the fun begin.


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