Like many people, I enjoy a daily coffee. Unfortunately, that daily $4 coffee at adds up to around $1,500 a year and that’s not including days when I have a second. Obviously this entire problem could be resolved if I just stopped drinking coffee, or had it more sparingly. But I like coffee, so instead I figured out a way to greatly reduce the amount I spend on it each year. If you have a more mature palette and require a perfectly crafted coffee than this may not be for you. But, if like me, you enjoy a decent cup, that’s not instant coffee, I think I can help you.
Welcome back to Part 2 of my guide to help you save money. If you didn’t catch Part 1 you can here, but basically I want to help students free up cash to allow them to make investments in their own future. Whilst I aim to help students, many of the tips I discuss in these posts will be applicable to people of all situations. This part will be looking specifically at spending habits and how to steer clear of impulse spending.
Welcome to part 1 my guide to help you save money. I’m guessing if you’re a student and reading this, you probably don’t have a tonne of disposable income. I’m hoping that by reading this, you’ll be able to free up some cash to put towards investing in your future! Whilst I wrote this with students in mind, I think there’s some useful for stuff everyone in here. Now let’s get to it! Continue reading “The Students Guide to Saving – Part 1”