Budget-Friendly Laundry Favorites

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Hi guys! Have you ever really thought about how expensive it is to do laundry? Especially if you have a somewhat intricate routine. I mean there could be pre-treat stain remover, detergent, bleach or bleach alternative, detergent booster, fabric softener, scent beads, wool balls, dryer sheets, and let’s not forget that it’s also important to routinely clean the washing machine itself. It’s kind of a lot when you think about it. In fact, if you write it down, you’re probably see that you’re spending about $70 to repurchase everything you need to do your laundry. But, friends, I bring you good news. There is a way to bring the recurring costs down. Here are some simple laundry swaps that I use to keep everything clean and save some money at the same time.

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Budgeting Basics

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Hi guys! I wanted to do something a little different today and give you a tool that you can use to help customize your budget. It’s nothing fancy, but it works for me. You know how much money is coming in, and by now, you should know how much money is going out. Let’s start telling it where to go instead of wondering where it went.

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Dollar Tree Spotlight – Bathroom Trash Bags

Up next in the Dollar Tree Spotlight are these 4-gallon trash bags. I use these in the small bins in my bathrooms. They’re big enough to fit all the small trash and tissues generated from getting ready every morning, and small enough to be a great chore for my 6-yr old. He’s responsible for taking the trash out of the bathroom every week… win-win!

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