Thrifty living including money saving tips, money making ideas, budgeting, living well spending less and how to reduce food bill.
It’s okay to be a scavenger! Save your money (which equals hours of your life) and prevent more trash from going into the Earth by being open to using what you can find second-hand and free or low-cost. Even better, find new ways to use what you already have and carefully curate what you bring into your home. #sustainableminimalism #zerowaste #sustainability #wastefree #lowwaste #simpleliving
There are a variety of online thrift shops that you're bound to find what you desire and at a fraction of the price! In addition, you're helping to avoid clothes from entering the landfill. Check out this list of the 8 best online thrift stores for used and vintage clothes! #secondhandclothes #thrfitshops #onlinethrift #se
Are you building a sustainable wardrobe? Buying clothes from thrift stores is a great way to practice slow fashion since it helps keep clothes out of landfills. Here are some tips and tricks for shopping secondhand clothing that will help you make smart choices when thrifting!
NO MATTER HOW MANY TIMES YOU PROMISED YOURSELF YOU’D STOP SPENDING AND START SAVING… A QUICK CHECK OF ‘NEW ARRIVALS’ AND IT’S HAPPENED AGAIN; YOU’VE SPENT MONEY THAT YOU SHOULDN’T HAVE! This is why I’ve put together the following list of the most common shopping mistakes and lessons I learned along the way.