@Uptana Tours.Sri Lanka · Posted 04 Jul. 2021
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@Writelord · Posted 05 Jul. 2021
Okay... This is an idea I have.
I personally don't share this but...
You have to save food money.
It is really the only thing we must pay for...
You can get a bottle of water from a stranger; a free ride home. But food you've gotta pay for
So you budget for food, and cut it down significantly. That's what you do to save.
Oh, don't worry about food. You can upgrade your diet to involve more plants. Veggies, salads, fruits (melons, apples) are cheaper foods. Include milk and eggs and you're good to go
Save on Food money and you can save a lot more
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@debkatz78 · Posted 05 Jul. 2021
I like to have a budget for everything. Like I have a budget for food, pet care, toiletries, and so on. I buy the same products most times so what I will do is buy in bulk with some stuff. Like instead of getting an 8 oz body wash, I will get a 32 or even a 64 oz bottle if available. I spend more upfront but save long term and it is better for the environment (using less plastic) as I refill the same smaller bottles over and over again.
@Osheen.Sharma · Posted 06 Jul. 2021
I personally avoid impulse buying as much as possible. If something doesn't need replacing, then don't replace it. If you can fix something that is broken, then do that rather than buying another appliance or whatever it is that is broken. It also helps to cook your own food since charges from ordering in regularly definitely add up. I also try to buy things that will last longer, even if they're expensive, as opposed to buying something cheap that will soon break down. Ultimately, you should always have a limit to how much you're willing to spend. As much as possible, try not to empty your pockets entirely and save whatever extras you have. I hope this helped.