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So you finally found the one: The perfect car. Or dress. Or that pair of Yeezys you gotta have. Or maybe you have your sights on something bigger: your OE, or even a house.
What’s the one thing holding you back from the perfect whatever? MONEY. Meaning, the sooner you cut your costs, the sooner your precious will be in your hands. So what can you do?
Make sure all of your spending is getting the best value for you as often as possible. We’re not saying cut your daily flat white out of your budget -- if that morning drop and chat with the cute barista brings you joy, by all means keep at it.
Surely, overspending on everyday things is not bringing you joy. If your 2017 resolution is to save a little more money, consider the following as some suggestions:
THIS SUMMER: Lucky for us Kiwis, warmer temps and summer breezes means your utility bills are possibly the lowest they will be all year. So open up the windows, or better yet, get out of the house.
AUTUMN: Buhbye long days at the beach, hello … shorter days at the beach and chillier nights. This is the perfect time to make sure you and your home are ready for brisk weather.
WINTER: For those of you near winter wonderlands, ski and snowboard season is a reason to smile. For others, winter means grey, windy, rainy blahs. You’ll refuse to leave the house. This time of year is also when you’ll spend the most on electricity, so let’s prevent that...
SPRING: Woohoo! Warmer weather comes in fits and starts. Everything is looking a little greener (including your wallet, if you’ve followed our tips the rest of the year). Here’s how to top off your accounts…
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