INSPIRED BY WOMEN

Ladies, Ladies, Ladies. This article was inspired and designed by women. Based on true events from women around the world. To fulfill a women’s needs is the greatest accomplishment one can absorb. Besides the thousands of factors a women can endure. Here is just a brief acknowledgement for those who “Work hard for the Money”. With or without a career. Other factors females deal with are: Stress at work, taking care of their child(ren), daily chores, shopping for household necessities, time constraints, deadlines, social and cultural differences. Not to mention.  The health and physical endurance challenges. The list is endless.

Although studies and focused areas may differ. The basics are averagely the same. Behind every concepts of a females life are mostly met with struggles that the very few gets acknowledged or even admired. But, only understood by a fellow female.
Let’s face it. Women deserve more. If any of the above could even touch or spark any memories. May not even come close to the daily events that take place each and every day. Though the world may not applaud or appreciate any women’s desires for a better life.  Going beyond is what they do.

Each and every women has a touching story to tell or share.  Every facet of their personal lives have many downfalls and upbeats.  Cries of heartbreaks and heart-stopping events.  Their creation of their being is unmeasurable.  Some would share the graphics or keep it within.  Does anyone really care?

Here is the one place that DOES!!! As mentioned before. This article is inspired and designed by women. But, most importantly. Dedicated to ALL women!!!
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Enjoy shopping at “Guide to Mall Merchants”.  Thank you for All you do.

 

 

Spending Cut Tips For Everyday

1. Lunch. Don’t buy at the food court, bring it and save $2,000 per year.

Many people spend over $10/day buying lunch. That’s over $2,500/year. Be smart and bring lunch to reduce your costs. Dinner leftovers or a sandwich and fresh fruit can be less than $3 a meal. Even if you’re not the next Gordon Ramsey, cook a large meal on the Sunday night and you’ll have lunch for the next few days. Impact? $2,000/year.

2. Ride the subway, bus or walk. Avoid the $10-15 taxi or Uber. Public transportation is not “uber” or “Lift” not cheap. Save $1,000/year.

Don’t use Uber as your personal chauffeur. All those $10-15 trips start to add up. In some cities, it can also be faster by subway and/or bus as they have dedicated bus lanes. Even better for your money and health to walk or take a bike. Impact of saving $10 twice a week? Over $1,000/year.

3. Stream, cut the cable. Save about $1,000/year.

You probably don’t need both cable and streaming. Think about what you really use. If you’re spending 90% of your time streaming, you can probably cut cable. The average monthly cable subscription can cost about $85 per month. Impact? Over $1,000/year.

4. Shopping kills budgets. Shop wisely! Save over $1,000/year.

Most people buy too much, and have closets full of clothes and shoes they don’t wear. You probably don’t want to retire with boxes full of clothes and no money. Be smart. Buy quality clothes that you need, that fit right and will last, not fast fashion to wear never or once. You can spend less on clothes that will last much longer. Impact? Can be huge. Just $100/month is $1,200/year.

5. Car. If you need one, buy pre-owned not new. Save over $2,000/year.  Optional

Do you really need any car at all? The cost is huge. Finance or Leasing. Insurance. Parking. Gas. Maintenance. Repairs. The average car can cost over $6000/year before buying any gas. Before even driving one mile ! Best if you can avoid owning a car. If you really need a car, get a used one, maybe 2-4 years old. Do some research. Do some math. A new car can lose 30-40% of its original value in 2-4 years. You can get that 2-4 year old car, and use the savings to build your financial freedom. Impact? It can be over $2,000/year.

6. Stay within your budget.

Staying within your budget will increase your personal discipline.  By setting those goals will lead to bigger and better outlook  of your future.  The average savings in accomplishing can range from $500-1,000/year.

7. Other suggestions

You can also save by being smart about your apartment or house, not overspending and going “house poor”. You can reduce spending for nights out, the fancy gym you don’t use and much more. Just look at your credit card bills for ideas. Also, read the articles we have coming soon.

In Conclusion?  Saving over $8,000/year or more.

We thank you for reading this article. Share it with people who may also find it useful and to apply it daily. Each persons results may differ. Apply these tips and enjoy saving money.

 

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For those that love to shop and where time is an essence. We bring the MALL to you. You are just less than 3 clicks away to reach your destination. Yes, it’s that easy. How easy is it. View the “Guide to Mall Merchants“. Once there, all have links directly to your desired merchant(s) website. With over 50 merchants to chose from. With more to come. So, stay tuned as more is coming your way. Many of merchants have exciting deals you don’t want to miss.

As we all know. Not everyone has time or patience to take the time walking and strolling around a mall. Some are on a budget, others can be so lucky. Some have physical challenges. Some have children to tend to. Some have had bad experiences at a mall. PARKING. Some shoppers just have their own reason(s) for not going to a mall.

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  • Dress in a manner of your own taste
  • No pressure sales agents
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  • The weather is always right
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For those that do love to shop at the Mall. Please enjoy yourself. This is for those shoppers for whatever reason they just need to save TIME. You can go anywhere and be anywhere and with whom you ever want. You can take as long as you want to shop. No OPEN or CLOSING hours.

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  1. 1. No membership needed
  2. 2. No subscription needed
  3. 3. No pressure sales agents/employees
  4. 4. Merchants are trusted and respected by the communities
  5. 5. Merchants must pass qualifying rules and guidelines
  6. 6. Consumer friendly
  7. 7. Uphold high standards in products or services
  8. 8. Consumer Q & A through merchants
  9. 9. Updating merchant’s availability (weekly or bi-weekly).
  10. 10. Merchants must compliment fellow merchants
  11. 11. Consumers response is highly regarded.
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