If you take the train quite often, you must be quite acquainted with train stations. For those of you who have to take at least two trains to go from point A to point B, you may be tempted to buy snacks at the train station where you’re waiting. If that’s the case, you must stop doing so because you’re wasting money (possibly unknowingly) and I will tell you why.
When we think about creativity, we tend to immediately think about arts and the likes. But creativity is also a great asset to help you save money. One of the ways to save money by using your creativity is through recycling.
As a college student, you have the possibility to leave the familial house and start living on your own. Regardless of the reason–whether it is because of personal reasons or to seek independence–, choosing a student accommodation is a careful process that must not be taken lightly. It is even more true for students on a budget.
You will find below 5 questions you need to ask yourself to choose the accommodation that suits you the most, physically, emotionally, mentally and financially.
We make friends, we lose some, and we make some more; it’s the circle of life. Now you’ve probably heard people saying that you should choose your friends wisely, and they are right. It is even more true when you are on a budget.
Buying groceries is one of the main activities we practice throughout our lives. As a student on a budget, this is something we must not overlook, as we would otherwise waste a lot of money unnecessarily.
When you are a student on a budget, it is not so uncommon to use up all your money. However, it is important to save money ESPECIALLY because you are on a budget.
You will find below three actions you can take to save some money.
When you are on a budget, you have to fix the bad habits that may blow up your entire budget for the month if you don’t pay enough attention.
If there is one thing we all did at least once, it is to waste our money on something that was completely unnecessary. Who has never done so? The most recent example I have in mind is the trendy fidget spinner. Although I respect people’s decision to buy one, it is nothing but a waste of money (in my opinion). A fidget spinner has no meaning nor concrete usefulness whatsoever, and for an average price of $10, we can buy something more useful.