Now is a great time of year to work on your finances. With payday in sight, so many people are thinking about ways that they can make money go further. I’m a HUGE fan of making extra money, rather than being skint, but I also love moneysaving tips too.
Personally I feel that saving money is almost as important as making money. I often find that it takes less time to earn more money than it does to put moneysaving tips into action, however, DO BOTH! I do and it has been working out fantastically for me in recent years!
Here are my 50 moneysaving tips – all designed to help you maximise your moneysaving and make things last longer.
I LOVE shopping on Amazon. It is SO convenient. In just a few clicks I can find millions of items and it automatically inputs my card details, address and checks me out! I can use my *Alexa device to order items or even just add to a shopping list for checking out later in the day. Also, as I do lots of paid surveysI often have Amazon vouchers to spend.
Amazon Prime allows members to have access to next day delivery, and lots of other perks, for £79 per year. You can also pay monthly, for £7.99 a month. Obviously you save a little money by paying annually, but not everyone can afford to do so.
I’m a fan of takeaways. Who isn’t right?! I love being able to just pop online, order some tasty food and put almost no effort in. However, what I don’t love is that a takeaway just blows our food budget for the week! Over the last few years I have perfected a number of ways to save money on takeaways – and I want to share them with you!
I’m quite a stickler for money saving, as my readers will know. I love being able to cut back the household bills in order to have more treats in life. Whether it is a break to Centerparcs, treats for my friends & family or just having a nice emergency fund money saving is important to me. Anything that can help me save a few pounds per year is great. In the past, I have always looked to change to a fixed tariff, once per year, every Winter. This would allow me to move tariffs and suppliers, without a fee to pay, and hopefully, find a similar or even cheaper supplier and tariff. Then I started to hear more about tariffs from energy suppliers that weren’t the ‘Big Six’. I was amazed at the savings that could be made. Once I got over my fears about a supplier going bust and learned that Ofgem would move me to another supplier, without a loss of supply, I decided to *make the leap to Bulb Energy, an energy supplier I had never used before. It has been 6.5 months since I switched and I’m back with the facts and figures on what I have saved in just 6.5 months!
I have become more strict with food waste in the last year or two. After all, every item you throw in the food waste bin is money thrown away. I would NEVER throw money away so why should food waste be something that I find acceptable? No more! There are a wide variety of ways to cut down on food waste. Here are 9 of my favourite ways to cut down on food waste…