Make sure you have a lot of money by saving a lot. Find out the tips to saving money here at Electronic Esusu. The tips to saving more money are the following:
1. * Don’t smoke. It’s bad for your health and it costs a lot of money. Ask anyone who cares about you. * Don’t drink. It’s expensive and it slows down your reflexes which makes you more prone to be in an accident. Besides that, drinking every day costs a fortune. It sucks money out of your wallet faster than a Hoover. * Don’t use drugs. It’s expensive and you get sick. Plus, you cannot function properly when you are on drugs. It will slow down your reflexes and make you more prone to be in an accident. * Avoid dangerous neighborhoods. If you have a cell phone, use it. If not, get one. If you do not have a cell phone, get one. If you still don’t have one, ask someone who cares about you to give you his or her cell phone number in case of emergency. If that someone is me, my number is (
2. * Use the bus instead of the car. Not only is it cheaper in the long run, but it also frees up a lot of time. Use that extra time to do something profitable like visit your relatives in another state or go back to school.
Save Your Receipts!
Save all your receipts from every store you shop in. It will be very helpful when you are trying to track something down. If you are like most people, you probably throw away a lot of those little paper receipts. Don’t do that anymore. Keep them all. It will be fun (and worthwhile) to go through them later and see what you were buying 6 years ago!
Sort through all the papers and mail that comes piling up in your mailbox. If you are like 99% of the people I know, you have more mail than you can handle. You need to get organized. Use stuff like index cards, folders and labels. Give each day a label and put all the mail for that day into that particular folder. Then you will be able to see at a glance what you have to deal with for that day without having to open any envelopes.
Don’t Shop When You Are Hungry!
This is one of the best ways to save money. Ever notice how much less you are willing to pay for something if you are hungry?