Below are some tips to help save you money.
👉🏻 Save on your cellphone bill. I have a number of clients who pay at least a hundred dollars on their cellphone. Research and look around for a cheaper plan. I pay only $35. I actually don’t use a real phone anymore. I wrote a blog post about how I cut my phone bill in half. I haven't used a real phone for almost 4 years now and I love my iPad.
👉🏻 Borrow your books from the library instead of purchasing it. Due to the pandemic, check out the e-books. Lots of libraries offer this option now. Here are over 300K books you can download from the New York Public library for free.
👉🏻 Make your own coffee instead of spending at Starbucks or Peet’s, even as take out. Once in awhile treating yourself is fine but if you go there almost everyday, that can add up. Same concept applies to food and eating out. Learn to cook and buy groceries and prepare meals for now.
👉🏻 Check your monthly expenses. Are you still using those subscriptions you’re paying for? Having a budget will make you more aware. I have lots of clients who didn’t realize they were paying for subscriptions they no longer are using. Check the link to my budgeting course.
👉🏻 Have a budget! And make sure you’re spending less than you make! At this time, that’s even more important! Don’t know where to start? Check out my budgeting course.
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