This is probably good for workers or students. Savings when your allowance is just enough. What does “just enough” means? It means that the money we have in pocket can cover everything that we need. Money for transportation and food and for students, maybe it includes the money for test booklet and other school stuff we have to pay or buy.
So how can we save if we just have “enough”? Is it possible to save in that situation? Do you have to skip lunch just to save? Ahmmm I don’t think so. Like what I explained, “enough” means food is included so we don’t have to skip it. It is taking into consideration that no health will be jeopardized.
Here are a few suggestions on how to keep a few cents under the circumstances that the money is just enough.
NO TO SODA
Often times when we eat in the canteen or cafeteria (students’ and workers’ cheapest place to eat) we order meal that will fill our hunger, plus .. a bottle of soda, please. We eat sandwich and next we say.. a bottle of soda please.. If we drink a bottle of soda, everyday costing us .50 cents (dollar) for five days, we are actually spending 2.50 dollars for a weekday. Think how much money we will be able to save if we only put that 50 cents in the piggy bank in a month. Yes we will be able to keep 10 dollars a month. Aside from the little money we saved for a month, think about how much calories we are able to avoid.
Bringing water (especially for the students)??? Some students here may say..”ewwww, how embarrassing”. I know, that’s embarrassing, but we want to watch a movie or buy a new blouse next month, don’t we? I don’t think it is embarrassing to think of your health that will benefit h ere in the long run.
Think about it… save some money and avoid too much sugar. Isn’t it a winner?
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