Buy something high quality that is meant to be high quality;
If you are buying something that is really important such as a house or a diamond ring, don’t cheap out on it! Your future spouse won’t be too happy with you after all.
Tip well at dinner, even if your meal is cheap;
Let’s be honest, no one likes a poor tipper. Most waiters and waitresses work extremely hard and have to deal with rude people all the time. Try not to be a cheap tipper if possible.
Go to thrift stores;
There’s always plenty of good stuff at Goodwill and other thrift stores that people don’t realize. You can seriously find some gems in there, why pay full price when you can pay a quarter of it?! Worth a shot, plus vintage is in.
Cancel that cable bill;
Unless you have something really pressing to watch, almost everything is on the internet these days. You could probably have at least two streaming services equal to the amount that you pay for cable.
BillFixers can negotiate your bills for you, saving you a ton without having to cut off a service. Check them out here!
Eat in during the week;
Meal prep can be annoying but if you just try to see how much you can save during the week by not eating out you might be really surprised. Most meals are at least $10–12 dollars so think if you saved that much for 7 days that’s around $100!
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