There’s nothing wrong with striving for cheaper living. Oftentimes, we try to live a cheaper lifestyle, only to realize we’re spending just as much money if not more. It doesn’t have to feel like a hassle to cut down on costs, which is why these hacks are so useful. By changing your lifestyle and doing things like having a cash-only budget, shopping by yourself, collecting rainwater, and using window films, you’ll achieve a cheaper lifestyle in no time. That means you’ll have more cash to treat yourself to a nice dinner or a good glass of wine!
Zero Waste Grocery Shopping
You probably know buying in bulk is a great way to help the environment. But buying in bulk also contributes to zero waste, which will help you save money. By using your bags and packaging, you’ll reduce the cost of buying plastic bags. Paying 15 cents per plastic bag adds up over time, and it’s just not worth it. By using your bags, you’ll save about $80 a year (The Good Life With Amy French).