Buy in bulk
Whenever possible, try to pick up items in bulk every week when I pick up groceries to save money on staples and household items that tend to be pricey at your local market. Invest in a membership to a wholesale store like Costco, BJ’s, Sam’s Club, etc., and plan out weekly or bi-weekly shopping trips to get all of your shopping needs to be done.
Skip the drive-thru
It may be super tempting to grab your morning cup of coffee on the way to work, for a meeting, or pretty much anywhere that you’re on the go and doesn’t require making it yourself. Skipping that $6 Starbucks latte every week will seriously add up in your bank account.
Meal prep at home
This is one thing that many people talk about doing but tend to struggle with when it comes to follow-through. Bringing lunch to work is one of my favorite ways to save money every single week. Spending money on food at a grocery store or farmer’s market is much cheaper in the long run rather than spending money on take-out food.
Automate your savings
For those of us who aren’t so likely to use cash most of the time, one of the biggest lifesaving hacks you can do for yourself is automating your savings. Emergency funds should be set in place to avoid using a credit card if an emergency may arise and helps you avoid piling up the debt.
Start an emergency fund
Emergency funds should be set in place to avoid using a credit card if an emergency may arise and helps you avoid piling up the debt.
In the digital-first world we currently live in, it is easy to pay for things with cards. Using cash has been known to be a money-saving hack for many different reasons. In the digital-first world we currently live in, it is easy to pay for things with cards.