If you get money daily... And you spend some... What ever you have left at the end of the day, put it away in a bag or a safe. Do this every day and after a while you will have a bunch of money saved. It's good to do that during the week so you can have spending money for the weekends
first and foremost , when go step into a shop and pick up a thing and like it,instead of buying it blindly..think to yourself ''is it a WISH or a WANT'' [ it'll surely work..with a bit of ''selfcontrol''..i suppose ;D ]
1: NEVER buy full priced clothing uess it is underwear or socks! -There are always store having some kind of sale, check online before you shop to see which places have the best deals. JcPenny's, Macy's and kohls all have the best sales in my opinion, and you can sign up online to get some good coupons in the mail. 2: coupons- you don't have to be an extreme couponer to get this one down. Look online for chain retail store coupons. Charlotte russe and earthbound and places like those always have online coupons to print and use in store. 3:Internet shopping: places online like zappos and amazon always have deals and coupons going on. I do lots of Internet shopping, and it really is a great place to get a nice deal. I got some prismacolor pencils for 30$! Normally 80$ for the ones I got. 4: thrift: consignment and thrift stores sell good slightly used clothing cheap. If yu look hard enough you can get some great deals! Last winter I bough a pair of uggs from good will (size 11 never been used) for less than 20 dollars, I normally pay more than that for shoes that are. Cheaply made and on clearance! No need to feel self concious, I can afford to pay full price for my stuff. But consignment and such is a way to save money and be green. 5: savings and cash: you become more concious of what you are spending when you use cash instead of swiping that visa or MasterCard plastic piece you have most likely setting in your wallet right now. Credit cards charge you intrest on a mounts left I. Your account after the months dues. Also you can start a savings account to where part of your monthly pay is directly deposited into the savings account. 6: don't eat out!: eating out can cost a lot after the 2-3$ drink and bigger tip. Iitll proabably end up costing more than a sea bass filet prepared at home with a basil puree on the grill. Get on food network.com and look at some of the great recipes they have on there. It takes se practice and knoledge but once you've got it down you can make reurant style meals right at home, and so much cheaper too! plus every 2$ hamburger you eat out at fast food costs you OVER 200$ in Heath care later on. it just adds to the heathness of eating in. plus Kroger and public ALWAYS have their meat and seafood on sale-- it's a great way to save and an even greater meal. for more tips just comment!