On the Line: If you use a cleaner for your clothes, compare prices at different places. A 50 cent difference in cleaning a shirt, for example, can add up to $100 a year. Otherwise, save money by cleaning your clothes yourself.
Picking Presents: If you plan your gifts in advance, it'll give you time to look for options and sales. This will help you save more money in the long run and waiting will present the best opportunities to purchase!
Borrow Your Books: Borrow books rather than purchasing them. Borrowing books and reading magazines at your local library, can save you hundreds of dollars a year. Unless you like collecting them of course!
Be Aware: Save yourself money by keeping yourself updated on your cellphone plan. Be careful of any charges you may accumulate by accidentally going through data usage or minutes. By making sure to keep yourself from getting charged, you can save yourself between $10- $30 a month.
What's It Worth: Consider clothing choices in terms of quality as well as price. An inexpensive shirt or a coat is a poor bargain if it wears out in less than a year. Think about what you purchase, and whether or not it's really worth it.
Get What You Need: Think about how much living space you require to live comfortably, not lavishly. You can save yourself a decent amount of money per month by downsizing to a smaller living space. Who knows? You may become attached to the cozy environment!