For many of us, going to the store is a weekly event, and we often shop in a scattered manner, so we sometimes buy things we don’t need, etc. Instead of doing that for a week or two, except for fruits or veggies you need, use up what you have. I’ve been trying to do…
This may seem tough, but with how easy it is to schedule payments, it’s really much simpler to pay all your bills at once. Even if your bills are set out, you can schedule them to be paid when necessary, and sitting down once is much more time efficient than sitting down multiple times and…
Hey y’all, any shoppers out there? I’m one, I like to shop, and I especially like to shop when I feel a bit stressed out. I mean, they don’t call it retail therapy for no reason 🙂 But too much shopping can definitely be not good for the budgeting, and as someone who is trying…
It can be tempting to stock up on different things, but then you have a bunch of things half used or sitting there never used and then they get expired. So don’t buy until you need.
A great way to pay down your bills is to snowball your debt. Take your smallest debt, and pay it off while making the bare minimum payments on other things. Then, continue doing this to different cards/debts, until your debt it paid off.
Have a no spend day and find time to do things that don’t cost money. The possibilities are limitless, and this is the perfect way to get some me time or bond with family or friends.
Add a fresh pop of color this season by updating your bathroom. Something as simple as a new rug or new shower curtain can breathe new life into a room.
Find something that’s an investment, so real estate, stocks, etc. and put some money into it. You’ll thank yourself later.
Save yourself money by going for off-name brands. I shop at Aldi to get some of my groceries, and it’s a lot cheaper, for exactly the same thing, all because it’s not the standard brand. Same thing at a big store, go for their brand rather than another. It’s the same product, for less.
This is a lifesaver, especially with how hectic the holidays can be. Get a timer for your lights, and save money. You can set them to run for only a few hours, and the best part, you can go to bed without worrying about leaving them on all night.