7 tips to save money from the beginning of 2022

People are rich because they know how to work, and richer because they know how to save money. Find more 7 tips to save money from the beginning of 2022:

1. Always know how much money is left in your account

Remember how much money you have left in your cash or bank account, in which how much money will be used for necessary expenses, how much free money is used to spend freely.

If possible, as soon as there is a source of income, outline the plans in which you will use that money. Two things should be made clear: What are you going to spend the money on and for how long will it be spent?

2. Find free fun

To keep your leisure budget down, you can spend a day on inexpensive pleasures like hiking outdoors. In the city there are many free parks, leisurely walking and enjoying the scenery by the roadside is also an effective way to relieve stress.

If it’s cold, go to the bookstore. Don’t hold your phone, read a few books to relieve the mood.

3. A healthy lifestyle

There is no cost as expensive as the cost of health. Therefore, as we grow older and become aware of the importance of health, let’s maintain a healthy lifestyle for ourselves. For example, spend 30 minutes a day exercising, never stay up late, always get enough sleep, limit eating out and minimize sugar intake.

This can not only maintain or improve health, reduce medical costs, but also directly reduce spending on food, medicines…

4. Resell unnecessary items

During the shopping process, we often become “impulsive” when encountering promotions. People can over-shop without thinking about the applicability of a certain product.

We can sell these unnecessary items through a number of websites, groups on social networks dedicated to liquidation. Do not feel sorry because the item is only sold cheaply but continues to be kept in the house, both taking up space and not being used.

In some cases, through liquidation networks, you can also access a lot of useful products of good quality, at very affordable prices.

5. Learn how to manage money

If you don’t care about money, they will leave you. The sooner you learn to manage, the more scientific your financial resources will become.

Make an appropriate spending plan to balance income with accounts payable. If your spending needs exceed the amount you have, you must find ways to increase your input income or cut unnecessary expenses.

When managing expenses effectively, you will be able to have a lot of spare money left over, which is an accumulated source of assets to invest or save.

6. Set up buying groups with friends and relatives

It is always more beneficial to buy things in bulk than to buy things in small quantities. To effectively reduce costs, you can also form a group to buy together with acquaintances around.

For example, two houses as neighbors can together buy everyday items such as toothpaste, brush, washing powder, shampoo, conditioner, soap, toilet paper… in large batches, usually sold with Cheaper than buying each product individually. Then, everyone will split between each other to reduce costs. Or when they go to buy food, they can also buy more than the family’s meals, then share with acquaintances…

7. Reuse old stuff

There were a lot of old clothes, tattered with a small stain, but people couldn’t wear them anymore. Instead of throwing them away, you can fully utilize this fabric for small items in the house, such as making towels, making kitchen covers, making pillowcases, or mixing – matching into lovely accessories for the crafty…

Likewise, you can figure out how to make use of a lot of different old items in your home. Giving them another “mission” and that is more useful. In this way, we both limit waste to the environment and can reduce some unnecessary costs.

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My name is Rabia Khatun, Village: Birkaya, Post: Birkaya, Bagmara, Rajshahi.

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