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8 Responses

  1. Anna

    I’m using all of the tips in my daily life!
    Limited number eating out per month (one with friends and one with my partner) helps to save a lot of money really. 🙂 Also i do keep 2 day of the week meat free, and cook vegetarian dishes at home – quoter of the price of a meaty meal – amazing! 🙂
    The other big cost, that you didn’t mention is transport/travelling costs – i cut off half my cost recently by using the firstbus app, where we can buy ticket a lot cheaper than on the bus also when i need a car to somewhere i organise it weeks before and share the car. Good for my good, good for the environment. 🙂 However, there is still a lot to learn about savings…

  2. Shannon

    I’ve been doing all of these things and honsestly the biggest thing for me was not
    eating out anymore. I’m definitely the kind of person who loves take out and delivery, so not doing those things very often ya saved me a ton! Also I use the Qapital app to auto deduct when I buy at certain stores and it rounds up when it’s not an even dollar amount and puts that change away too!

  3. I am a big fan of auto deductions but II do it in my credit union as well. this is good because I don’t have an ATM card or checks for this account. I have to go there to get money. It is out of my way so I rarely d this. This account has saved me several times when I was not working. Great tips

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