8 Easy Tips to Save at Least $5 a Day

With the current economic status, we all are truly finding different ways to try and save money. Below are few Tips to help you save at least 5$ a day.

1. Put Your Gym Membership on Hold (If You’re Not Going Often)

You should be making the most of your gym membership on a regular basis — not only to get your money’s worth but also to stay healthy and active but if you’re been slacking lately or just don’t have the time right now, put your membership on hold.

2.Cancel an Unwanted Subscription

We all sign up for a subscription service at some point or another; perhaps it’s time to cut the cord on unwanted magazines, music, or any other movie thingy you have going for yourself we all know how our internet connectivity can be 🙂

3.Brown-Bag (home food) Your Lunch Instead of Buying It

If you’re prone to buying lunch every day, pack one instead. A brown bag lunch can save money and help you avoid the totally unhealthy food you’re springing for otherwise.

4.Shop For Groceries When What You Need Is on Sale

Instead of heading to the grocery when over your run out of something, keep an eye on the circulars for your regular supermarkets and flag the deals to take advantage of so you can stock up on sale.

5.Plan a Date Night In This Weekend

You don’t have to go out and drop the coin to have fun. Make a few munchies, break out the board games, and remember how much fun you can have by not going broke every weekend.

6.Eat Your Leftovers Instead of Ordering In

How much food do you waste per week because you’re not consuming your leftovers? Instead of eating out tonight go through your fridge to take stock of your leftovers. Then get creative and repurpose those boring ingredients into a whole new meal.

7. Count Your Loose Change

Rummage through your car, your change purse, under the couch cushions, inside the washer and dryer, and all the other places change is kept, lost or hidden to see how much you come up with.

Now, What can you add on this tips to help you save at least 5$ a day? share below and do multiply those numbers per year and see how much you can really save even 10$ a day. Comment below.

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