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Ideas on How to Live Cheaply

I used to buy things on impulse, now I buy things to save money.

I don't own a car. The automobile isn't worth owning. The expense is very higher; gas, insurance, parking, etc. Unless you can write the cost off by conducting business. You might say that you need a car for succeed, than change your life style to go car less.

Use public transportation. Portland, Oregon has a wonderful bus and train service. The company, Tri-met, does a great job of going the transit service. My monthly bus pass cost about 92 dollars, but my employer reimburse 30 dollars, thus my final cost is about 60 dollars. My cost for transportation is about 2 dollars on a daily basis. Check to see if your work place has a transportation reimbursement program.

I call this the "Costco Lifestyle. " I love shopping at Costco, and the extra significant sizes of food, and things are great. I don't dump or waste anything. I eat the same type of food for weeks on in, but it doesn't bother me. I buy things that I can freeze, or repackage. I even pack my own lunches, and take it to work, it's easy to do. I am open minded to changing my life to lower your expenses. I even shop at Costco without using a car, but I do shop often, or make multiple trips. Plus, not having your car, forces me to walk plenty. My weight is under regulate now.

Don't eat out, buy good food and cook it in your house. Eat healthy foods like organically grown veggies. Pay more for good food. Eat less, lose some weight and feel better. Don't smoke cigarettes, ciggies are very expensive, and hospital bills are crazy, together with expensive.

Once in a while I go out to enjoy, just to treat myself. I always collect the leftover napkins. The napkins are a valuable resource to carry around just in case of emergency spills, or an occasional running nose. I also control my in take of red meat, I don't eat hamburgers in your house. Save money by going more vegan in your diet.

Which means that live the Costco lifestyle, try it. With a little attempt, you too can live better in Portland, Oregon, or anyplace else, if you apply these simple steps into your lifestyle.
Yellowstone National Park was founded in 1872 as the United States' first national park. The park's uniqueness comes from the numbers and models of geysers and other hydrothermal features located in the park. In fact, Yellowstone contains approximately one-half of the world's hydrothermal features.

Unfortunately, Yellowstone National Park lost its nearby Amtrak service in 1979. The only real low fare airlines to the area fly directly to Denver and the Southwest. Therefore, utilizing a combination of Amtrak trains and buses is the cheapest way for many people to travel to the Yellowstone area. Here are five tips/hints for effectively traveling to/from Yellowstone by land:

One: You must know the park entrances available to you at the time of the year you are traveling. During the peak travel a few months of mid-May to early November, all five entrances are available: North near Gardiner, MT; West near West Yellowstone, MT; South near Jackson, WY; East near Cody, WY and Northeast in close proximity to Silver Gate, MT. party bus in Portland

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