Saving Money On The Everyday To Help Pay For The Extraordinary

Welcome Back Boo,

It’s finally the weekend!!

Sometimes it can feel as though you’re working to live, which can make life very dull in deed. Those everyday bills and expenses need to be paid, but when you’re struggling to afford holidays and being able to enjoy yourself – you’ve got to wonder if it’s worth it.

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To help you get the most of your income to help you save for your next adventure, take a look at some great tips for saving money on the everyday to help you pay for the extraordinary.

Use less energy

How much does energy cost? Quite a lot, it seems. Your energy bill offers one of the easiest ways to save money, while also helping you to save the environment – which is pretty great. Aim to reduce the amount of energy you use by being out of the house mote, turning things off at the mains when not in use and of course, reducing your reliance on heating. Get yourself a smart metre to help you work out your energy use and find ways of bringing it down.

Cut your food spend

How much do you spend on food a month? More than you’d like, perhaps? Cutting your food spend can help you put money aside for extra savings, and you can save money without having to go without your favourites. Keep an eye out for offers on the things you regularly buy, order your food online to resist the temptation to impulse buy and start a meal plan to plan out exactly what you eat. If you tend to eat out a few times a week, start using discount vouchers or dining cards to help you save money on your bill – or start cooking more at home instead.

Get rid of the things you don’t need

Do you regularly go to the gym? If not, that membership is costing you far more than it’s worth. Look for alternatives such as free YouTube videos and exercising outdoors as a way to stay in shape without wasting your money on an underused gym membership. Meanwhile, if you use Netflix more than you watch TV, why not think about getting rid of your TV package and put the money left over towards other things instead?

Learn to do things for yourself

It’s easy to call the handyman or a plumber the second things go wrong at home, but you could save a lot of money if you learn how to do simple fixes yourself. Thanks to the internet, there’s a tutorial on how to do almost anything, which is great for helping you to save money. Of course, there are some home repairs that you shouldn’t do yourself, but those other quick fixes are ideal for saving you time and money and helping you feel more independent too.

 

Saving money is easy when you turn to the right tips and tricks. Look for ways to save money on your everyday expenses so that you can put savings towards some extraordinary experiences to give you plenty to look forward to in the future.

Remember to keep on slaying,

See you next time xoxo

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