How to spend less money?

How to spend less money? First, get an overview of what you're spending money on.

Reduce recurring expenses

  • Use your car less, possibly sell it if you can
  • Use less water: don't flush after peeing, shorter showers
  • Switch off and unplug unused electrical appliances
  • Spend less money on food

    Reduce random expenses

  • Be more careful with your stuff so that it lasts longer
  • Fix things instead of throwing them away

    How to spend less money on food?

  • Avoid wasting food. Instead of throwing leftovers away, put it in plastic boxes to keep it fresh in the fridge. Old bread is nice in the oven, you can even make a bruschetta.
  • Go out into the wild and pick fruit, nuts and other edible wild foods.
  • Try dumpster diving, there's amazing free food.

    How to spend less money on clothes

    If you wash your clothes a bit less (without smelling bad) they last longer. It's also a good idea to learn how to repair your clothes with a needle and thread. Again dumpster diving can be a great way to expand your wardrobe. Thrift stores are another very cheap way to find perfectly good clothes.

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