During the summer you are outside more often, so I advised you to reduce our eliminate the cable television channels you pay for in the summer when you aren’t watching TV anyway. Here’s another tip for the summer: buy fresh food.
One of the disadvantages of living in Canada in the winter is that most of our fresh fruits and vegetables are imported. In the summer, that’s not a problem. Now is the time to find a local farmer with a roadside stand, or your local farmer’s market. Learn which foods are fresh an in season, and buy those foods. This week it may be beans, next week it may be potatoes. You’ll know which food is fresh by the price; when food is plentiful, the price drops.
By eating foods in season, not only is diet very healthy, but you can also save a lot of money.