Fixing – If it’s broken fix it. Lots of people can’t or won’t sew a button back on. Being able to do simple home repairs like fixing a leaky tap or unclogging a drain will save you lots of money.
Saving – Remember your Grandma’s button tin, or your Grandfather’s jar of bolts? Keeping little things like rubber bands, paper clips can save you money over the long run.
Making Do – We can pay a huge price for wanting things to match. Lots of things can be had for free or at least very cheap, if you don’t care about things matching.
Free –Libraries, walks, board games, visiting the museum or art gallery, and even learning something new online. Lots of fun can be had for free.
Make it yourself – Cakes, biscuits, coffee, pancakes, hummus all cost a fraction of their store bought price to make. If you’re feeling crafty nice gowns are also far cheaper to make yourself; and you can get patterns for free online.
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