MONEY SAVING HACKS » minimalism + food + shopping

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MONEY SAVING HACKS

MONEY SAVING HACKS

 

Now I’m, always being asked. How did you come up with the money to travel for six months or how do you afford to start your own business? Well, unlike my younger self  learned how to I Can’t believe I just did that.

I’m sorry, so without further ado, I’m going to share with you 30 money-saving hacks that I’ve learned along the way I categorized them for you into shop, food, health and home and minimalism. Let’s. Get started, want versus need to learn the difference between them, asking yourself to our markets, or do I need this? While you’re shopping works wonders shop intentionally.

If you didn’t go there to get it. You probably don’t need it. Carry cash Use cash as much as possible instead of cards snap, a picture if you’re, not really sure if you need it Or if it fit your home or your style.

Just snap a picture and wait, you’re. Finding you still one in a week, You can revisit the picture and reassess compare online don’t, buy right away Compared to online shops like Amazon or craigslist, and by waiting to you might actually find it don & # 39.

T really need it. Unsubscribe from Channels unsubscribe from those channels that do the hauls, the makeup, hauls and the clothing hauls, You know the ones that make you feel like you really don’t have enough, But you do unsubscribe from media marketing, Unsubscribe from Magazines, Fashion, blogs or Online newsletters that encourage spending go to the library.

Bookstores can be appealing, but if you need to save Borrow books and even check out your library’s, audiobook section instead of buying them, which also just adds extra clutter to your house, cut your own hair.

I literally just heard the gasp through the camera I’ve, been cutting my own hair for five years and it’s saved me a lot of money, And I learned it by watching some blog. If you’re willing to give it a try, you can start by cutting it very modestly, and then, if you like how it looks great And it’s, not you can always go get it touched up.

Thrift shop need, I say more no-spend days, scheduled no spend days on your phone. This can be the same day every week and stick to it. This might seem like the hardest thing in the world, But you’re going to live, and then you’re going to realize just how easy it can be.

Learn to say I can’t afford it Now. Some people just cringed but learning to say this simple sentence – will do more for your finances than any detailed financial plan can keep track of your finances.

[ don’t ] underestimate the power of this one, make your own coffee or tea at home. It’s, unbelievable how much this one can save you and I didn’t really put it into practice until I moved to the Netherlands, because, unlike North America, there aren’t coffee shops on every Street corner.

Well, there are coffee shops, just a totally different kind, make your own food. I would not be a good dietician if I didn’t mention this one, but seriously any money. Saver right here, Don’t shop. When you’re hungry, try to have a snack before you go so that way you can shop Smart and Avoid over buying, which Can be costly and Lead to waste.

Local markets. Try to find the markets or shops in your neighborhoods that are more affordable. One tip is to try the ethnic stores. Sometimes those can be cheaper. Things like Turkish stores, Persian, Japanese or Chinese shops buy in bulk, Especially the foods that you eat.

More often. For me, these are foods like oats, rice beans, Nuts, seeds and spices cook in bulk and plan your meals. This will save you more money than is reasonable. I’ve done another blog on meal prep that I’ll link.

At the end of this blog feed in company eat with others. Whenever you can, It helps to fill the belly and nourish your soul, plus sharing the cost is always cheaper, find a hobby we shop when we’re bored.

You know what I mean ride a bike Now riding a bike here in the netherlands is super easy where apparently, there’s more bikes and people, But I was also biking a lot when I was back [ in ] Vancouver and I even biked Through a couple of countries in southeast Asia, if it is possible for you to bike it’s, going to save you a load of money on gas and It’s, obviously better for your health and if you can’T bike consider public Transport instead of using a car, eat well and stay fit.

Even if you’re in a country where health care is free. If you take Care of your health, you’re, going to be spending less [ money. ] on medicare on Hospital bills or having to pay other people to do things, for you find a dual-purpose for thing.

This means are going to need to buy less because one item has more than one use. For example, I use glass jars to store things in my pantry [. I ] use them as [ losses ] for flowers, And I use them as a carrying devices for my sauces when I need to take a lunch or a smoothie on the go turn off the heat.

If it’s winter, where you are turn off or [ turn ] down the heat about an hour before you’re, going to go to sleep, Your house is still going to be warm, But you really don & # 39. T need all [ of ] that excess heat, especially when you’re, going to be warm under the covers and trust me.

I really value staying warm [, but ]. This tip really works. Do it yourself? If you can learn to do it yourself, when we moved into this apartment, We painted our own mold put in our own spores and installed our own light fixtures, and this saved us a load of money.

Homemade, cleaner, a [, one-to-one, ] solution of water and vinegar makes a wonderful Multi-Purpose cleaner. That will save you money compared to if you bought loads of unnecessary cleaning products that are out there, plus It’s, less chemical declutter and [ organize ].

You might find that you have enough already [ or ], actually even too much Salad. Well cleaning. Did you find something that you haven’t used in a really long time? Can you declutter by selling it? Well, then, you just hit two birds with one stone subscribe, [ now, ] [, you ], saw the themes that I mentioned in this blog, which included nutrition and Minimalism, which also happen to be the themes of this channel.

So by subscribing, you are going to be continuing to help yourself in your journey towards saving money, as I promised before. Right here is the blog that [, I ] posted previously about how to better meal prep, and this is going to also be a huge money.

Saver, alright, Thanks for stopping by I’ll catch you in the next blog hey and welcome. If it’s your first time here my name is Satya. I post blogs every week. The topics include nutrition because I’m.

A dietitian and nutritionist and that’s totally my jam, but also other topics like productivity, minimalism and travel, welcome to pick up lines. Now I’m, always being asked. How did you come up with the money to travel for six months or how do you afford to start your own business? Well, unlike my younger self, I’ve learned how to I can’t believe I just did that.

I’m sorry. So without further ado, I’m gonna share with you, 30 money-saving hacks that I’ve learned along the way I’ve categorized them for you into shop, food, health and home and minimalism. Let’s.

Get started want versus need, learn the difference between them. Asking yourself. Do I want this or do I need this? While you’re shopping works wonders shop intentionally. If you didn & # 39, t go there to get it, you probably don’t need it.

Carry cash use cash as much as possible. Instead of cards it’s, not a picture. If you’re, not really sure. If you need it or if it fits your home or your style, just snap a picture and wait if you’re finding you still wanted in a week, you can revisit the picture and reassess compare online don’t buy right away Compared to online shops like Amazon or a Craigslist, and by waiting to you might actually find it don & # 39.

T really need it, unsubscribe from channels unsubscribe from those channels that do the hauls, the makeup hauls and the clothing hauls. You know the ones that make you feel like you really don’t have enough, but you do unsubscribe from media marketing, unsubscribe from magazines, fashion, vlogs or online newsletters that encourage spending go to the library.

Bookstores can be appealing, but if you need to save borrow books and even check out your library’s, audiobook section instead of buying them, which also just adds extra clutter to your house, cut your own hair.

I literally just heard the gasp through the camera. I’ve, been cutting my own hair for five years and it saved me a lot of money, and I learn it by watching some blog on YouTube. If you’re willing to give it a try, you can start by cutting it very modestly and then, if you like how it looks great and if not, you can always go get it touched up.

Strip shops need, i say, more. No spend days schedule no spend days on your phone. This can be the same day every week and stick to it. This might seem like the hardest thing in the world, but you’re going to live, and then you’re gonna realize just how easy it can be learn to say I can’t afford it.

Now. Some people just cringed but learning to say this simple sentence – will do more for your finances than any detailed financial plan can keep track of your finances. Don’t underestimate the power of this one, make your own coffee or tea at home.

It’s, unbelievable how much this one can save you and I didn’t really put it into practice until I moved to the Netherlands, because, unlike North America, there aren’t coffee shops on every street corner.

Well, there are coffee shops, just a totally different guide make your own food. I would not be a good dietician if I didn’t mention this one, but seriously big money. Saver right here, don’t shop. When you’re hungry, try to have a snack before you go so that way you can shop smart and avoid over buying, which can be costly and lead to waste.

Local markets. Try to find the markets or shops in your neighborhood that are more affordable. One tip is to try the ethnic stores. Sometimes those can be cheaper. Things like Turkish stores, Persian, Japanese or Chinese shops buy in bulk, especially the foods that you eat.

More often. For me, these are foods like oats, rice beans, nuts, seeds and spices cook and bulk and plan your meals. This will save you more money than is reasonable. I’ve done another blog on meal prep that I’ll link.

At the end of this blog eat in company eat with others, whenever you can, it helps to fill the belly and nourish of the soul Plus sharing the cost is always cheaper, find a hobby. We shock when we’re bored.

You know what I mean ride a bike now riding a bike here in the Netherlands is super easy where apparently, there’s more bikes than people, but I was also biking a lot when I was back in Bank and I even biked through a Couple of countries in Southeast Asia, if it is possible for you to bike it’s.

Gon na save you a load of money on gas and it’s, obviously better for your health and if you can’t bike. Consider public transport, instead of using a car, eat well and stay fit, even if you’re in a country where health care is free.

If you take care of your health, you’re gonna be spending less money on medications on hospital bills or having to pay other people to do things. For you find a dual-purpose for things. This means you’re gonna need to buy less, because one item has more than one use.

For example, I use glass jars to store things in my pantry. I use them as bosses for flowers and I use them as a carrying devices. For my sauces, when I need to take a lunch or a smoothie on the go turn off the heat, if it’s winter, where you are turn off or turn down the heat about an hour before you’re gonna go To sleep, your house is still gonna, be warm, but you really don’t need all of that excess heat, especially when you’re, going to be warm under the covers and trust me.

I really value staying warm, but this tip really works. Do it yourself? If you can learn to do it yourself, when we moved into this apartment, we painted our own walls put in our own floors and installed our own light fixtures, and this saved us a load of money.

Homemade, cleaner, a one-to-one solution of water and vinegar makes a wonderful multi-purpose cleaner.  Ll. Save you money compared to. If you bought loads of unnecessary cleaning products that are out there, plus it’s, less chemical, declutter and organized you might find that you have enough already or actually even too much sell it while cleaning did you find something that you haven’t used in a really long time.

Can you declutter by selling it? Well, then you just hit two birds with one stone subscribe. Now you saw the themes that I mentioned in this blog, which included nutrition and minimalism, which also happened to be the themes of this channel.

So by subscribing, you are going to be continuing to help yourself and your journey towards saving money, as I promised before. Right here is the blog that I’ve posted previously about how to better meal prep, and this is going to also be a huge money.

 

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