Looking On The Bright Side of Savings

Wildly Simple Ways of Saving a Fortune

There are many ways to save a fortune, but none of them can be as easy as the ones you can do from day to day. Yes, it will take some adjustment on your lifestyle, but if you’re really keen on reaching your goal, this couldn’t get any easier. You need no major investments – just determination.

There’s really a lot you can do, but the following can set you off on the right path:

> Bring your own water.
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Who says you have to buy a fresh bottle of water everyday? That’s not only environment-Unfriendly, but it’s also a drain on your pocket. Bring your own water bottle wherever you go and refill when needed.
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> Grocery-shop once a week.

When grocery shopping, buy enough for the entire week. You’ll spend so much more going back and forth.

> Keep your car filled up.

Driving an almost empty car will increase your costs as you will be losing fuel because of evaporation.

> Don’t buy pre-packaged food.

Picking your own veggies and meats is always cheaper than having someone else do it for you.

> Start a vegetable garden at home.

Why buy from the supermarket if you can pick your veggies right from your own backyard? You’ll be eating them fresh and much healthier too. And remember to plant some herbs.
> Make your own pet food.

Mix some rice, cheap meat and leftover veggies, and cook them nice and tasty. Keep them in your freezer and save!

Bring lunch to work.

If you bring your own lunch to work everyday, you can save about $50 weekly, or $2, 600 yearly! Bring some snacks too.

> Turn it off.

Make it a point to turn off the lights as you leave a room. If you want to level up, turn off all electrical items that are not in use.

Skip bank account fees.

Don’t use an operator when moving funds, don’t withdraw money below your limit to avoid penalties, and get your statements online. You can save hundreds each year.

> Do your Christmas shopping in advance.

You can always shop for Christmas gifts at midyear sales. You may never get a bargain in the month approaching Christmas! You can also set up a Christmas saver account for the following year.

These are but some of the ideas that can help you save hundreds every year. You just have to get started, and you’ll find yourself coming up with more and more ways to multiply your saving capability. You will see even more ways to cut your costs, and you’ll soon be thinking about how to spend all that cash you’ve stashed. Be specific with your goals – it’s a great way to keep you motivated.