How to be a frugal person ?

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Plan your meals

Draw a plan,It will help having a healthier and much more cheaper food everyday ,also you can go vegetarian .


 Review your services

If you employ a gardener, window cleaner or dog walker, or use a car wash, for example, consider whether you’re paying for a service you don’t need. In many cases, you can probably do it yourself. If you haven’t already done this, it’s a sure-fire way to make some savings.

 Home makeover

Updating your home can seem like an expensive feat when there’s little spare cash for decorating and new furniture, but it is possible to do it on a shoestring.

Wooden furniture, especially oak and pine, can be completely transformed with a lick of varnish or paint and some new handles, for example.



Grow your own

Fresh fruit and vegetables are an essential part of a healthy balanced diet, but packaged supermarket produce does not come cheap. Instead, buy some seeds, invest in a few gardening tools and grow your own.

Whether you’ve got a huge garden or a little patio, you can grow fruit, vegetables and herbs for a fraction of the price – and it will taste much better too. Team up with friends and family to trade the different items you grow.


 Use vouchers & coupons

Vouchers and coupons are more valuable than ever: whether it’s a discount on the weekly grocery shop, a two-for-one deal at a restaurant or a few quid off at the petrol pump, it’s really worth the effort.




Do It Yourself

1.Nail polish lasts longer if kept in the fridge. 

2.Lemon juice makes a super hair setting lotion. Use it neat.

3.Baby lotion is a good make-up remover, baby cream and baby oil and is quite suitable for grown-up faces.

4.Add a few drops of your favourite scent to unperfumed talcum powder and shake well instead of buying expensive talc.

5.For a cheap mouthwash, use one tablespoon of vinegar in a glass of water.

6. Honey is antiseptic. Spread a little over shaving nicks.

7.Aloe vera is a miracle plant. Keep one in the kitchen for breaking off a leaf and squeezing the juice onto burns or insect bites.


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