Everyone is coming up with a fresh new batch of New Year’s resolutions now that it’s 2018! And it’s no secret that many of these resolutions lose momentum after the first couple of weeks.  But what if there were services out there that could help you keep your resolution in check?  Even better, they could save you time and money?  BONUS!  

Below are a list of websites that put your life on cruise control. They will keep your bank account in the green. And they will lift some stress off your back so you can focus on sticking to those resolutions.

5 Websites to Save You Time and Money


COOKING: Super Cook

Eating out may be fun, but the price tag of having someone else do the cooking can get costly. Coming home after a long day of work with no plan for dinner is a daunting task! Super Cook comes to the rescue! You’ll make meals you from items you currently have in the refrigerator, freezer and pantry.  All you have to do is select the ingredients that you have from their website’s categories.  Then, their system will search for meals that you can make with what you chose. Yep, easy peasy! Get the recipe for that delicious meal. You will be on your way to making a masterpiece your whole family will rave about.


Let’s face it, wading through thousands of offers from providers can be ogre-vating. It’s also confusing with all of the tricky ads, teaser rates, and confusing terms.  More than 90% of Texans are actually overpaying to keep the lights on. Energy Ogre takes away the headache and does the work for you.  This company finds the best energy plan based on how you use electricity and enrolls you with a provider.  When the contract is up, they do it all over again, ensuring you never overpay for electricity again.  Energy Ogre members save an average of over 40% from what they were paying with their old provider. It may sound like it’s too good to be true. But, they just really like what they’re doing- getting people in a fair deal at a fair price!

GROCERIES: The Krazy Coupon Lady

Groceries aren’t cheap and coupons can go a long way in saving you a bundle.  But who has the time to search for a $2 coupon for your favorite peanut butter?  The Krazy Coupon Lady saves you time by having an organized collection of available coupons, categorized by store and product. Simply grab your grocery shopping list and do a simple search. The website will show you what is available for both printable coupons and online deals! The only thing crazier than their coupon lady is how much time this resource saves you.


Expanding your wardrobe is fun, but you don’t always have to buy new.  Thred Up is an online thrift store with a large selection of clothes that are often sold for much cheaper prices than what they’re worth.  Most of the items are barely used! Saweet! This website not only lets you buy clothes, but you can sell your own as well. You’ll be saving money not only by buying great new clothes for a lower price, but by getting rid of that one outfit with the tags still on it. Shop away!

TRAVEL: Airbnb

Now that you’ve saved all this money from these resources, you might consider taking a long needed vacation somewhere far, far away.  Finding a hotel just became a whole lot simpler with Airbnb, which gets you a selection of places to rent.  The twist is, the available spaces are offered by hosts who have their rental homes open to be used for a short period of time. You can look through the many options that are available and pick the place that will be most convenient for you. You’ll often find a less expensive pad to hang out rather than a pricey hotel. Whoopee!

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