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25 Everyday Money-Saving Tips to Help Save for Baby

By Aela Mass |

25 Everyday Money-saving Tips to Save for Baby

I don’t know about you, but I certainly don’t belong to the 1% – far from it. And since we’re planning to have a baby, we’re always on the lookout for the next best way to save some cash before our little one arrives.

I’m a big fan of practicality and of implementing habits that work in our everyday routine. If it’s too difficult to do, I’m likely not going to do it. I’m also a big fan of “the little things” and I adore simple ways to make my life easier, greener, and – yep! – cheaper, which is why I’m sharing some of my favorite, no-fuss methods to saving money. Alone, they might not seem like much, but add them up and we’re talking about sizable savings here, folks!

After the jump, check out 25 Everyday Money-saving Tips to Save for Baby. And let me know if you have any cash-counting advice!

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Aela Mass

Aela Mass is a lesbian writer and editor living the dream on Martha's Vineyard with her wife, Sara, and their dog, Darla. She miscarried her twins at 17 weeks and has undergone numerous IVF, FET, and IUI cycles. Her writing has appeared in The Huffington Post among other publications. For more of her work, visit her blog Two Moms Make a Right. Read bio and latest posts → Read Aela's latest posts →

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