Spend less money

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

  • How to travel with no money

    How to travel without money? Many people love traveling. Discovering new places and meeting new people. Common belief is that traveling is expensive. This doesn't really have to be the case. How to travel with no money? First of all, change your attitude towards money. Then change your attitude towards traveling. Here are the best tips.

    Free haircuts

    Free haircuts can be had in different ways. If you find yourself moneyless it doesn't mean you need to walk around like a bum. We all know hairdressers are quite expensive in the Western world. So let's look at some alternatives.

    Daily saving tips

    Saving money, who does not want that? There are plenty of ways to save money. The best way is to spend no money at all. At Moneyless.orgyou can find many tips about how to lead a rich life without money. But what about saving money, and good tips for saving? There are many websites and blogs that can help you with that.

    Give-away shop

    Give away shop in Utrecht, 2004. PIcture taken by Bikepunk

    Are you looking for clothes, books, toys, pans or just something new to use? You could give it a try at a give-away shop, sometimes also simply called free shop. That's not a store in the traditional meaning, but a place to find free stuff.

    Share stuff

    Networks for sharing stuff are great to get to use things such as tools. You don't need to buy anything, because you can simply ask your neighbor if you can borrow from them. For example a bicycle pump or a ladder for painting. Many people are already doing this in their neighborhood: "Quickly ask the neighbor if we can borrow his drill."

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