It’s Sunday morning here in South Carolina, and we are chilling out, watching back to back episodes of ‘The Middle’ on TV. I don’t have a DVR, they aren’t ‘on demand’ with a cable company or satellite, but they are absolutely free to watch, at least a few episodes worth!
Two years ago we were paying way too much for cable television. Almost two hundred bucks a month kept my kids glued to the box, bickering over the remote control, and left my husband and I wondering what the heck we were even paying for. We could hardly ever find movies that we hadn’t seen, and our DVR was full of shows I never had time to watch.
I went on a money-saving, sanity restoring mission to get my family watching TV differently, so I started looking at my options. I posted about my experience with the Roku, which we love, but we use so many other methods to watch our favorite movies and shows, and we don’t spend a fortune doing it, either!
I decided to write a short ebook talking about the resources that we use at my house that brought our TV costs down from nearly $200 a month to under a hundred, including our super high speed Internet. I don’t expect everyone who reads this book to immediately jump ship from their cable or satellite providers, but I hope they can glean a few bits of information that will help them cut costs.
After all, who couldn’t use a little more money every month?
Visit your Amazon site in your country to download ‘Cut the Cord’ by Jessica Brooke Woods for FREE February 2nd and 3rd to get a look for yourself.
Hope you save a bundle…please share your experiences with saving money on your cable or satellite costs in the comments section!