4-tips-how-manage-money-wisely

save

Some students never budget and suffer from spending lots of money on nothing. They tend to save money as well as to spend them easily on the things they sometimes don’t really need. Considering different holidays and the need to buy the gifts, money is something a student always lacks.

Making a budget is the goal to improve a situation. Here is a quite decent system. Try to stick with my tips and tricks.

  1. Calculate your budget

Firstly, consider the money you need for living expenses and school tuition. Don’t forget about textbooks and bills for electricity, heating etc. Be realistic about the sum of money you need to spend on yourself each month.

Secondly, decide how much food, clothes and toiletries you need to buy. Moreover, take to attention the factor of whether you are working or not. Can you spend the same amount of money being employed and unemployed? Thus, saving money is a real good point.

Never forget about your personal spending – cinema, clubs, pubs etc. Put aside a certain amount for your entertainment.

  1. Keys not to overspend

Create two bank accounts. One is for saving money, another for spending them. It is really reasonable and useful. You always know how much you can spend and you will not go over the limit. If you hit zero, the card will be declined. It’s so embarrassing to have a card declined. This will surely help you not to blow the money.

  1. Stop blowing money

Look at the things you have and rethink the purchases you are making. Even a cup of coffee bought in your favorite café counts. You can easily use your own coffee mug and make yourself not worse tea or coffee.

If you want to budget, it’ll be hard without cutting back. Little things can help you to save in the end.

  1. Hanging out can be free

Why don’t you try to spend time with your friends riding bikes or having a picnic? You don’t need to spend money on restaurants or clubs. Moreover, it is healthier and more creative.

Saving money isn’t boring if you look at it from this angle.

Money has always been the main topic of people’s lives but saving money shouldn’t be the top priority in your life. Being a student means having fun. As a result, budgeting will help you do it more reasonably.


 

scroll to top
live-chat-button
Chat with Support