5 Simple Hacks for Saving Money Around the Home

October 23, 2015, In: Home

Saving money is very important, especially in an economy that is still shaky and which may crumble again, at any time if we don’t pay attention to it. Thankfully, there are a lot of very simple things you can do to save a lot of money, even around the home. Following, we have gathered some of the very best ones, so read on if you need some money-saving inspiration.


Replace expensive cleaning products

You know all those “special” products you use when cleaning every single part of your home? It is most likely that you can find a less expensive one that works just as well. For instance, did you know that white vinegar can clean almost anything? It works like wonders with showers and floors, it can disinfect the sink and it can be used for a variety of other purposes as well. Also, did you know baking soda solutions are excellent when cleaning the oven? Try these “homemade” cleaners for cheap and you will see how they work in an almost miraculous way.

Buy Cartridges Online

Have a home printer? Well you know how much they can cost, right? Buying your printer cartridges online helps cut the costs, which is especially useful if you have children around the home or teens, or university students that might need to use the printer for school assignments. It’s no surprise that things can get expensive especially if you’re buying them frequently, so save a little money by buying them online.




Buy the right groceries

If you are the kind of person who goes into the grocery store and buys whatever comes in handy, then you should know that this is one of the best ways to waste a lot of money. Buying the right grocery (the grocery you actually need, that is) can save you a lot of money in the long run – and it’s not that hard to do either.

Before going out to shop for grocery, make sure to create a list with the things you need around the home. Then, target those products specifically and don’t allow yourself to be lured in any other sections of the supermarket to buy things you do not really need.

Also, keep in mind that there are certain items for your home that can be bought much cheaper online. For instance, you could buy ink cartridges online if you use your printer on a regular basis – and this will save quite a lot of money long-term too.

Cook for a large family

…Even if it’s just one or two of you. Cooking in bulk is much less expensive than cooking small portions – and it doesn’t have to be a waste of food either. For instance, cooking 10 portions of lasagne will cost much less in the long run and you and you can simply eat 1-2 portions and place the other ones into the freezer. This way, whenever you need a quick meal, you can simply open your freezer and re-heat your lasagne for a ridiculously low amount of time spent in the kitchen (and of money too).


Use coupons

Regardless of whether you use them for grocery shopping or for getting a new haircut, coupons can save a lot of money. Sure, $1 off a product doesn’t sound like such a huge deal – but the good news is that coupons’ value can be maximized when you use multiple coupons and when you double their discount with already in-store discounts as well. This is a very smart way to save tens of dollars every single month – and trust us, by the end of the year, your savings will sum up very nicely this way.


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