Have you ever thought about saving money without noticing it? It’s simple. Just take a look at some of the less important things in your life and see if you can cut back.
1. Drink more water.
Get a bottle, fill it up with drinkable water. Bring it with you wherever you go. Drinking water is healthier and filling. If you are full, you are less tempted to buy coffee and soda.
2. Visit the library instead of buying a book.
Books are expensive. People often buy books to put on a bookshelf and prove how educated they are. Consider going to the library and borrowing a book instead. You can read some of the latest best seller books without spending too much.
3. Switch to CFL.
Compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs will save you money because the bulbs use about a quarter of the electricity of their regular light bulb equivalents. Yes, these bulbs are a bit more expensive but the lowered electricity bill plus the longer lifespan overcomes the initial price hit without minimal cost to you.
4. Reduce your phone, television, internet package
How many cell phone minutes do you really need? How many cable channels do you actually watch? Consider reducing your cell phone and cable plans to the barest minimum you actually need. Paying less for the same service is certainly an invisible way to save money!