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5 money-saving tips for big families
Trying to save money in addition to this might seem impossible but it does not have to be if you take advantage of these five money-saving tips
3. Have fun at home
Rather than spending thousands of Naira on movie and popcorn tickets, why don’t you just save all that money and chill at home instead?
You can make popcorn at home, or buy the cheaper ones. You can also snack on relatively cheap things like groundnuts, biscuits as you and your family watch movies together.
4. Cut out meat
For most Nigerians, who love meat, this might seem impossible but Amanda Elo, a 35-year-old Rochester, Minnesota-based mom swears that this is a great money-saving tip.
“Instead of eating meatless one or two meals a week, our default is meatless, and we add meat in occasionally,” she says.
Think of all the money you could save if you reduced your meat intake.