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9 ways to cut costs for a week & maintain a budget

first_img 46SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Saving money can be really challenging — sometimes after basic necessities like food, phone, and rent, it can seem like we already don’t really have anything left to put away. However, there are actually plenty of ways to cut your spending this week alone, and they’re usually in places that we don’t even think about.In an article on cutting your spending in U.S. News and World Report, CPA and bestselling author of Save Wisely, Spend Happily Sharon Lechter said, “Either you are a master of your money, or a slave to it. Use your mind and have fun.” On her personal website, Lechter suggested many tips for saving more, and the bulk of them come down to small, everyday tips as opposed to huge, life-altering changes. It usually just comes down to becoming aware of the places we spend money without even really thinking about it — like going to an evening movie instead of a cheaper matinee, or buying books when we have a library right down the street.If you’ve recently taken stock of your finances and decided that you want to spend less and save more but don’t know where to begin, don’t fret. I’ve compiled nine extremely simple tips that you can try for a week or two to cut your daily expenses — and they almost all entail minimal self-sacrifice. continue reading »last_img read more

Lampard bemoans Chelsea’s injury crisis ahead of FA Cup tie against Liverpool

first_imgRelatedPosts Lampard: I still have confidence in Tomori Lampard: Tomori won’t leave Chelsea Anjorin: I’ll fight for shirt in Chelsea except there’s a tempting loan offer Chelsea’s progress has been severely dented this season due to a number of injury setbacks, manager Frank Lampard said on Monday. Lampard said several senior players would be unavailable for Tuesday’s FA Cup fifth round clash with Liverpool as a result of this. Players such as influential midfielder N’Golo Kante have had a stop-start campaign while others like Antonio Rudiger have either returned from injury recently or been sidelined like winger Christian Pulisic. Lampard told reporters when asked why Chelsea have struggled: “There were a few (injuries) overlapping from last year, which were huge: N’Golo Kante, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Antonio Rudiger. “It’s been an issue and now we have another bulk. “There are no fresh returns from the injury list. “Andreas Christensen has got a small issue, which we are going to give another 24 hours, but probably puts him in out of the game. “Other than that we have no Tammy Abraham, no Pulisic, no Hudson-Odoi and no Kante.” Abraham, who is the club’s leading goal scorer this season with 15 goals in all competitions, suffered an ankle injury, with Lampard having no update on his return to the side. “(Abraham) went to Barcelona to get another set of eyes on it,” Lampard added. “He came back relatively positive. “Unfortunately, he’s a bit unwell at the moment. So, he’s been off for a couple of days with a bit of a bug. There’s no update, no idea when he’ll be back. “Christian has had a big phase out and is desperate to get back. When (they can return) I’m not giving an answer… I can’t see the answer. “I’m hoping they might be fit over the next week or two, I just can’t say it with clarity.” English Premier League leaders Liverpool lost their first league game of the season at Watford over the weekend. Even though Lampard believes it proved they were vulnerable, he said they have still had an “incredible season”. “They’ve become relatively human. But it’s one game,” Lampard said. “They’re a strong team and they’ve been out on their own this season. “We will have to be at our best. I don’t mind playing midweek. The FA Cup is a huge competition. Evening games bring a different atmosphere and playing Liverpool is always big for us.” Reuters/NAN.Tags: Andreas ChristensenAntonio RudigerCallum Hudson-OdoiFrank LampardN’Golo Kantelast_img read more

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