Sunday, May 7, 2017

Four Simple Ways To Save A Lot Of Money

We all deal with money issues, we are not poor but most of the time we are broke. I, being an impulsive buyer, face a lot of issues managing my money.
I am just listing down a few things that I do on a daily basis, to help save as much money possible. Hoping this would help you out as well.

Investing In Investment Items
Fashion keeps changing every season, and it is quite expensive to keep updating your wardrobe every season. It makes much more sense to identify your style and buy clothes that you can style all year long. To keep up with the latest trends, you can buy just one piece and style it in various ways.
You can also invest in the classics, which will cost you more but will last you for a long time and will never go out of style.
Never buy anything that you are not sure of, before buying anything, think of 3 ways you can wear it. Style them in your head and if you can manage three outfits then you can go ahead and buy it.
If you really like something but are sure that it is not your style. Don’t buy it. You may buy it thinking that if you own it, you’ll wear it; chances are that you will not wear it more than 5 times.

No To Drinks
Whenever we go out, we tend to order a cocktail or a mocktail just to enjoy your meal. Avoid doing that, you don’t need a drink with every meal. Water is just fine.
In India, you end up paying a lot more than what the menu indicates. You have a number of taxes and there are two separate taxes for your meals and your drinks.
Try to limit your drinking to once or twice a week.
Think ahead, if you know that you have an event or a party or a social event coming your way, make that your cheat day and drink on that day.

Unsubscribe to all the offers, deals and sale alerts that you get. They make you want to shop even when you anyway weren’t planning to shop.

Want vs Need
Focus on spending on your wants needs and not wants. Before buying anything, ask yourself if this is your need or want. Being minimalistic is the key.