Just as probably everybody of you, I do need some extra money here and there. For spontaneous presents for friends or little treats for myself. And because you don’t always want to think about whether you should or should not spend these two dollars, I am telling you three tips of mine that are easy to do in an everyday life to save money, especially on presents.
They are found everywhere. For example in my local bookstore. You can find a whole section of really cheap, discounted books or even low-priced audio books between the expensive ones! So before you quickly buy something, check every corner in the store.
EXTRA DETAILS FOR NO MONEY
If you want to pimp up your present but don’t know how to, recycle!!! I received a lot of little things like nail polishes, lip glosses or small books in the past few years that I will never use because they just aren’t my “type”. Before throwing these unused things away, wrap them around your present as a little extra bonus.
CHEAP DIY POSTCARDS
You don’t always want to spend a ton of money on a postcard, right? I mean, they are pretty expensive for just being a picture to write notes on…Instead, print or even draw your own picture, for example on a little white card, an customize it. Draw, write a poem, what ever you feel like! BOOM, cheap and personal!
Have fun saving money
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