Now that I'm a lady of leisure, there is the pesky inconvenience of my missing paycheck. Not that I was pulling down six figures or anything, but my five figures were significant to our family. And by significant, I mean, necessary for shopping biweekly at Target with wild abandon and buying $4 cups of delicious coffee.
I've already got the big stuff down - no credit card debt, no car payments - so I don't need some serious financial plan. I've Dave Ramseyed my way into a pretty nice financial position but I'm wondering what the little things are that people do to trim the budget.
(And don't say cancel HBO/Showtime because that, kind sirs, I simply cannot do.)
The reason I ask is because I've recently discovered the beauty of Aldi. I would've never stepped foot in Aldi because I was a giant giant brand snob. But then a bunch of people told me how fantastic and cheap everything was and now I am obsessed. Everything I've had from there has been good and about half the price of what I would pay at the regular grocery store.
So...what else? What little money-saving secrets do you have for me?