2. Waiting for hot water, I’ll use the cold water to water my plants. Pam Grier (actress)
3. Wait 24 hours before you buy anything that costs more than $100, if you still want it the next day, buy it. Most of the time, you’ll forget what it was. Marcia Brixey, Silverdale Wa.
4. Turn off call waiting. It saved me $5 a month, or $60 a year. John Ulzheimer, Atlanta
5. Round up in the checkbook. When I write a check for $13.63, I write it as $14.00 in my checkbook. I do the same thing with debits. At the end of the month, I calculate my savings and transfer that to an online savings account. The change really adds up and since I don’t see the money, I don’t spend it. Dawn Carrington, Charleston, S. C.
I recently posted a toll free information number (you can use on your cell phone) from an AARP article. I have used this service for about 3 years and love that it is free. However, I just found out this service was discontinued in November. Here is a new one 1-800-2255-411 or 1-800-call-411. Don’t you just love FREE?