Now that The Minimal Minute is half a year old, I thought it appropriate to comb through the archives to pull out some of the best money savings tips I have written about. Whether you're new to the blog or a dedicated reader, this post will act as a one stop shop on your road to financial freedom!
Choose activities with a low cost-per-hour to save big (link).
Find the cheapest cost per alcohol drink to save big over time (link).
Learn who to tip and how much is appropriate (link).
Eating out costs way more money they we might realize (link).
Get creative with dates for under $10 (link).
Even more date ideas, this time for free (link)!
Use less toilet paper to save up to $600 every ten years (link).
Use the 10-5 method to take shorter showers, saving up to $365 yearly (link).
Find which power-sucking appliances cost you the most (link).
Maintain your clothes and gear to make them last (link).
Drink at home with friends to save up to $300 per bottle of alcohol (link).
Play classic video games for free (link).
Write better Craigslist ads to profit from your clutter (link).
Understand how to approach Black Friday (link).
Paying the Bills
Downgrade your phone plan to save up to $1,000 every two years (link).
Learn how to cut your mobile data use by a factor of ten (link).
Use the "student advantage" to save hundreds every year (link).
Automate your credit card use and payments for a better score (link).
Find the credit card that has the greatest returns (link).
Health insurance can save you from a huge pitfall, chose wisely (link).
Ask for discounts, it saved me $720 with ten minutes of effort (link).
Take a few easy steps to lower your car insurance bills (link).