Saving money is not an easy process. Regardless of if you're saving a set amount every month, or a bit of money here and there, or even not saving at all, there are still so many ways that you can save more. It's a slow and long process, but having savings in your name will always bring you more peace than frustration, knowing that you have something in the bank should life throw a curveball your way. Here are 30 little ways that you can save . . .
There are so many ways you can save money in your day to day life if you just know how. Of these ways, there are many things you can do to cut down on your expenses from home. Just follow these handy tips and you'll be saving money in no time. Saving money is a process that can start with even the smallest task. This could be not buying that daily morning coffee, or taking public transport and not paying that parking fee. These are all great . . .
Travelling is one of those things that we all want to do but feel like we don't have enough money to do. So I'm here to tell you about all the ways you can save money in the planning stages of your travels. Have you ever scrolled through Instagram and seen all the amazing landmarks and locations that people are lucky enough to visit, knowing in your heart that they cost an arm and a leg? With a few little tricks here and there, you can save . . .
Have you ever thought about where your clothing originates from? Ever considered buying pre-loved items? Recently, as more as more people and more people raise the question of sustainable and ethical fashion, thrifting clothing has become a popular alternative to investing in good quality, sustainable but expensive clothing. So you may be wondering, what are the benefits to thrifting your clothes? Why thrift? In the age of fast . . .
Being a student definitely does not come cheap. With student loans piling up for every semester you take classes, you probably find yourself wanting to save a bit of money here and there. These are some of the ways that can help you spend less and save more money as a student. Wait as long as possible before you buy any textbooks. For many courses, textbooks are listed as compulsory or required, when in reality, they aren’t even used in . . .