Avoid waste and save money with our tips

Some tips to save money every day!

Avoid waste and save money with our tips

Filling out online surveys to round up is an excellent choice, but it’s not enough! Discover many other tips to save money every day!

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Saving is the winning choice

To make ends meet, however, it is also useful to avoid waste and, where possible, save a little. Especially in difficult times like the present one, reducing consumption and unnecessary expenses can become very important; a more careful lifestyle, then, is also good for the environment and limits pollution and the waste of precious resources.

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Money-saving tips? Here some!

Optimize consumption: taking advantage of new technologies to reduce consumption is very important, both from an economic and environmental point of view! If you are about to buy a new appliance, check the label and make sure it has the best energy class! Use modern bulbs, maybe LED ones, which guarantee savings of 90% compared to normal incandescent bulbs and 60% compared to those of low consumption.

Cook more and eat less: eating less is not only good for your wallet but also your health! In the period of lockdown, we all do a little less movement, so it would also be good to adjust our diet. To save even more, cook yourself instead of buying ready meals!

Bye-bye, stand by! TVs, consoles, screens… too often we leave our appliances on standby. It may seem unimportant, but over the course of a year, they consume a lot of energy! Turn off your appliances when you’re not using them, and if the LED stays on you can always… unplug!

Stop smoking! Smoking seriously damages your health… and your wallet! 10 cigarettes a day cost an average of € 700 a year!

Sunset Gardening: If you have a garden, water it at sunset! You will need less water, and your plants will stay hydrated throughout the night.

Shop wisely: compare flyers and offers, choose the most convenient products (the price per kilo makes the difference!) and avoid unnecessary purchases. Try asking yourself if you need something before buying it. But be careful! Look for the right compromise between convenience and quality, because often too cheap products are of low quality. Check labels and origins and choose good products at an affordable price.

Record your expenses! To start saving, it is essential to keep track of how much and how you spend your money. Use a diary or a notebook to write down your income and expenses, and understand where you can economize.

Waste less! Waste is not a friend of the family budget! Learn to recycle leftovers with new recipes (did you know that there are a lot of dishes based on stale bread ?), or reuse the water used to wash the fruit to water the plants! Are the batteries dead? They may not be enough powerful for the TV remote, but they keep a clock running for several months!

Make the most of your appliances: use the washing machine and dishwasher only when fully loaded, you will save water and energy! If your supply contract allows it, use them at night or on weekends when electricity is cheaper.

Check bills and insurance. Are you sure the rates you pay are the best for you? Check your contracts and bills, and if necessary renegotiate the conditions or switch suppliers.

Subscription? No thanks! Cancel any subscriptions you don’t use, especially those that automatically renew. If it’s a service you only use occasionally, you can look for something similar that’s free or doesn’t require extended subscriptions over time.

Save gas. Do not use the car every time you leave home! For short trips, you can go on foot or by bicycle, but also buses or the subway are sometimes cheaper.

Don’t waste your money! Don’t waste money on lotteries or scratch cards or! The odds of winning are minimal, while the chance of losing money is close to 100%!

Warm but not hot. In winter, keep a temperature of 20-21 degrees: it is an ideal condition, and at most, you can wear a sweater! Too high temperatures are bad for the body, subject us to thermal changes when we leave the house, and they pollute! If you have central heating, install thermostatic valves to pay only for what you consume.

Lights off: When you are not in a room, don’t leave the light on. It is a useless waste of energy, and in the summer it only attracts … mosquitoes!

Do it yourself! Doing some chores around the house helps you save money; do not call the electrician for a light bulb or the plumber for a small leak. Search online for tips and DIY repairs and you’ll be able to handle regular maintenance yourself. If you have a garden, you can also cultivate a small vegetable garden to produce more genuine and… cheap vegetables!

I love yard sales! Are you looking for a book, a tool, a dress, a video game? Before rushing to the store, try consulting some online sites or visiting a second-hand shop! You will save some money that you can use for something else!

Cloth bags: to go shopping, bring your bags from home, maybe made of cloth. They are ecological, and you’ll save the price of supermarket bags!

Fruits and vegetables km 0. It is not always true that the corner shop is more expensive than the supermarket. Often, locally sourced seasonal fruit and vegetables cost less, and in addition to saving you will reduce the environmental impact of your shopping.

Turn off the water when you brush your teeth! Water is a precious (and expensive!) resource and wasting it in this way is a real shame. For the same reason, take a shower instead of a bath.

Homemade soup cube: it is tastier, healthier, and cheaper than commercial ones, and you only need some ice cube containers to have all the nuts you want.

Bring lunch to work! Going out for lunch almost every day, even if only for a sandwich, weighs on the family budget. Bring something from home, it will be more practical and cheaper. If you have a microwave, you can also opt for a hot dish.

Use your mobile phone less. Limit the use of your mobile phone to what is strictly necessary. If you make fewer calls and consume fewer GB, you can use cheaper rate plans.

Wait 24 hours before buying. That online offer is inviting, isn’t it? Do not buy on impulse, sleep it off! If tomorrow you are still convinced that you really need that object, then buy it, otherwise, you will have saved an unnecessary expense!

Do not save on everything. For clothing, saving also means buying wisely. A jacket or a pair of shoes at a bargain price will probably be of poor quality and will force you to replace them soon. A careful purchase, in this case, can be an investment.