It's amazing how much money you can save, if you have the time. My Mom always told me, "Time is Money." I rolled my eyes when I was younger, but now that I am a working adult, those words couldn't be truer.
The phrase can be used in many different contexts, but for the purpose of this blog I am using it for the fact that if I have less time, I spend more money. It's a vicious cycle. You hear it all the time; life is crazy, hectic and busy. True, True and True. Now, I am by no means the person to tell you how to manage your time or money, because I am simply not good at either. But, I have figured out that if I slow down and "take time to smell the roses" my head is on straight enough to actually use it when making small decisions.
Memorial Day driving (or any trip) is going to cost some amount of money, whatever you decide to do. Taking the time (and finding the time) to plan a couple extra steps will save you big money in the long run. I actually do some of these and they work…so, I'm not just writing this for the sake of information.
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