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6 Simple Budget Ideas You Need To Learn Now If You Want To Save Money

The intention of setting up and following up on a budget plan looks wonderful, but putting that into action is the difficult part. Fortunately you don't need to pay an accountant or totally change the way you live your life to live good in your spending. Here are few ideas to start you off. i

 1. TACKLE YOUR DEBT FIRST.
It's difficult to save money if you don't have cash or when you are at the 'red line' Before making your first budget, plan an idea on how to first settle or your debts which are due. The earlier you get out of debt, the more chance you will build to save.

 2. TRACK YOUR EXPENSES FOR ONE WEEK.
 You don't have to keep track of your spending for days, weeks and months at a time. Keep full information, of your spending for one week, and key trends should emerge. Maybe you are purchasing too much dress, or buying from outside too much. Perhaps you’re buying too much clothing, or eating out too much. Identifying bad spending habits early on is critica…

Video: How Much Must I Save Monthly From My Income?

This video is about simple tips on how to better make money, or save money, no matter how small or big you think your income is.
Read the written blog version on our website: https://www.livingvibes.com/2018/04/how-much-must-i-save-monthly-from-my_30.html CHEERS!

How fruits resist days of transportation to your country but only last 2-3 days in your homes

Image by Myriam Zilles from Pixabay

Have you ever wondered? How fruits are able to hold out against many days or even weeks of being transported from different countries all over the world, but they  only last 2-3 days in your house?
1. They are harvested early They are harvested before reaching ripening time, they are then quarantined; that is put in rooms that are filled with gas. This is often storing them in nitrogen gas which extends the shelf life of some fruits like apples when stored at the right temperature. Maintaining such a sterile environment restrains the growth of aerobic spoiling organisms Why not oxygen but nitrogen gas?
Yeah, what most people don't realize about oxygen is that, it is liable to change rapidly and unpredictably, especially for the worse. Oxygen degrades all kinds of materials.
2. Temperature  Just like your deep freezer in your house, fruits are kept cold and not frozen as the formation of crystals of ice can destroy plant state.
Lower temperatures slow t…