What’s the hardest thing about being an adult? For me it’s the fact that there always seems to be something I need to spend money on. The moment I get one problem in my home fixed, another starts. On top of that, it seems like I am constantly going over budget stocking up on everyday supplies. And some of them are things I’m not sure I really need, like dishwasher tablets. But I can’t seem to live without them.
I’m always looking for useful life hacks which can save me time, money, and hassle—like these cool straw hacks or these awesome borax hacks. And now I have just found a great video from HouseholdHacker on YouTube which is chock full of clever money-saving tips and tricks!
This video teaches you all kinds of seriously awesome hacks. For one thing, you will learn how you can make your very own dishwasher tablets at home using simple ingredients you likely already have in your kitchen. So you can scratch that off your grocery list! You’ll also find out how you can use a rubber glove to fix a leak in your shower, remove burned food from a stainless steel pan, and more!
I’ve already saved money with a couple of the tricks in this video, and I have no doubt that the rest are going to come in handy sooner or later. Watch the video and enjoy plugging that hole in your wallet!
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What we will be looking at in this article are money-saving tips that are practical and sustainable, i.e. things that will help you out in the long run and that can become second nature. I ve managed to drastically improve my budget using these tips by spending less on basic everyday things, I have actually allowed my family to spend more on some of the finer things in life, and so can you. I ve always admired my old man s ability to keep his face clean shaven every single day for decades using an old straight razor that his father left him and shaving soap. I on the other hand, have been wasting money on disposable razors and fancy-looking shaving gels until I realized just how much they were costing me.