As a millennial it can be hard to save money and live a great lifestyle at the same time and this is why so many of us stay living at home for a long while. But today we are going to have a look at some simple money tips we can all look into this year to help us stay on track.
Make big batch meals
Unless you want to be using MiFinance to buy your living essentials for the next few weeks, you need to be able to be smarter with food. Food shopping is always one of the most expensive things we can do during the week and it is something which can save us a hell of a lot of money throughout the month.
Put down the avocado toast
As tempting as it is to eat tons of meals out during the week or to buy lunch every single day when you are at work, you need to curb your cravings. Instead of buying food from your local city centre for double the price it is always better for you to take it simple and meal prep your food for the week instead. By doing this you can make sure that you are eating healthier each and every day and that you aren’t wasting money on tons of snack throughout the day.
Get a savings account
It stands to reason that most of us will already have a savings account by the time we reach our twenties, but if you haven’t jumped on that bandwagon yet it is time that you made sure you had one to save up for a rainy day. A savings account is great not only for general day to day life but it can make a great safety net for you if anything ever goes wrong and you need some money handy.
Look after your skin
Now this might seem like a very strange thing to say when it comes to saving money, but if you are the kind of person who loves to look good every day, it is always a great idea for you to pay close attention to your skincare routine. The reason for this is that the better your skin looks every day, the less makeup you will need to apply, and this will save you money throughout the year!
In general though, as long as you are avoiding partying too hard each weekend and you find some cheaper ways to spend your time during the week, you should be fine and you’ll be on the road to financial stability.