Don't Drink Your Wallet Dry

Posted by Bethany Dutcher, VP Marketing on Jul 9, 2018 1:32:09 PM

You probably already know water is the best beverage choice for your health and for your money. But did you know bottled water may be costing you a fortune? 

It’s true: Many people pay exorbitant amounts of money for bottled water without even realizing how inflated the price is. 

So, let’s take a look at the costs of bottled water when compared to ordinary tap water. 

For 1,000 gallons of tap water, it will cost you approximately $11. With that amount of water, you could fill 7,570 bottles of water at 16.9 fluid ounces each, with each bottle costing you just $0.0014! 

Assuming you drink three 20-oz bottles of water a day, you’ll need 1,095 bottles a year. If you’d fill those bottles with tap water, you’ll only pay $1.53 a year! 

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Topics: health, Budgeting

Fitness For Your Body And Wallet

Posted by Melissa Pashak, Marketing Specialist on Jan 18, 2017 12:33:06 PM

New Year's resolutions can be fantastic motivating tools, and many of us use that motivation to improve our health. Thirty-seven percent of Americans resolved to lose weight, while another 32% resolved to stay fit and healthy in the New Year. No one knows that better than the weight loss industry, which ramps up its marketing this time of year. You've no doubt seen offers for free months and other discounts at local and national gym chains.

What these advertisements leave out is that gym memberships are still very expensive. Nationally, gym memberships average $58 per month. That's bad enough before you start adding in contract initiation fees and other upfront charges. If you want to get fit, but don't want to pay those exorbitant fees, there are a few strategies you can try. Give these budget- and body- friendly ideas a chance. It might help you along the path toward a happier, healthier 2017!

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Topics: Saving, finances, health

Fresh Produce All Year Long

Posted by Melissa Pashak, Marketing Assistant on Jul 15, 2016 12:58:43 PM

You know the importance of eating fruits and vegetables, but fresh produce can be expensive. Here’s how you can add fruit and vegetables to your menu without breaking the budget.

Produce is cheapest when it is in season; right now we are lucky to be able to enjoy locally grown cucumbers, tomatoes, blueberries, onions and many other delicious summer fruits and veggies.

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Topics: budget, Shopping, Local, health, Produce

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