Painless Money Savings Tips

The only way to save money painlessly is to do so without feeling like you are making sacrifices. So how exactly do you go about doing that? Well it might sound all but impossible, but it’s actually relatively easy. There are numerous ingenious ways to help you save money without having to give up on all your luxuries. You just need to think money savvy at all times.

Some top tips to save money without a big sacrifice include:


Collect all of the freebies you can get your hands on, many websites offer free samples. Some of the free samples regularly on offer include; coffee samples, food samples, feminine hygiene products and even condoms. In your favorite search engine type in free samples and the results will reveal a list of websites offering just that. Most of the items you receive are things you would ordinarily have to purchase at the grocery store, so you’ll automatically save money on the usual basics.

Think and buy reusable

Today many items are made for a single use only, this ends up costing you a lot of money over time. Consider cleaning aids like scourers, chux, disposable mop heads and the likes. Many people are using and replacing these items every grocery shop. Instead buy items that are made to last for a minimum of several months. Using a traditional broom or mop that is built to last will save you money and really isn’t a painful task.

Make use of what your given

So many of the things we are given just get wasted. For example, fast food outlets typically supply you with a wad of napkins with each meal. If you actually saved these napkins and kept them in a draw at home, you would most probably find you’d never need to buy napkins or paper towels again. Really analyze what’s available to you and how you can use it to save money.

Slash utility bills

You might not want to go without air conditioning, heating or the myriad of appliances your use on a daily basis and you don’t necessarily have to. One of the best ways to save money on utilities is to harness the power of nature. You could collect rainwater in a tank to slash water bills, or install solar panels for free electricity. Although these installations will involve an initial outlay they will enable you to save money in the long run painlessly.


Making or doing something for yourself can save a lot of money and you might even find that this is a great way to experience a new hobby. One of the simplest things you can make yourself that will save a few dollars each month is basic cleaning supplies. Instead of purchasing floor cleaner, multipurpose spray, bathroom cleaner etc. etc, just mix a little vinegar with water. It is an effective cleaner that can be used on virtually all floors and surfaces and costs just a fraction of the price of pre mixed cleaners. Consider what else you are capable of making for yourself or what odd jobs you can do around the home. You could make your own cosmetics, candles, grow your own herbs or produce and make your own sauces and jams from scratch, the options are endless.

If you were to follow just these few tips you would be able to save hundreds to thousands of dollars each year. That’s not a bad effort considering your not been asked to give up luxuries like your designer shoe fetish, cable television subscription or gym membership. So why not start to make a few simple changes today.