Saving money is on the minds of many today. Coupons, apps, bulk shopping, you name it, people are trying it to save. But there are many ways we can save money if we are willing and they don’t even take up space on our phones. Life Skills! Yes, there are life skills that we should have that will save us money.
Life Skills that Save You Money
Sewing, knitting or crocheting, bread making, gardening, and canning are some many people think about. But then there are the skills like plumbing, mechanics, and haircutting that are sometimes forgotten about. It’s never too late to learn a new skill so you can save money.
Lisa at Retro Housewife Goes Green shares 7 Vintage Homemaking Skills That Save You Money
I love the idea of less waste and it is something we need to start back doing more.
Sarah at The Free Range Life shares 5 Must Have Skills to Save Money
Basic electric and wiring is something we can all do. I’ve rewired several antique lamps I bought for a couple of dollars at thrift stores. Just remember to safety measures before jumping into a project.
Melissa at Melissa Norris shares 5 Homesteading Skills That Will Save You Money
Bartering is something I’ve never done, I don’t think, at least not on purpose. But it is something my husband and I have been talking about recently.
Missy from Grateful Little Honey Bee shares 10 Forgotten Money Saving Skills
Missy mentions several things that I love to do – fishing and hunting being two of them. But she also mentions FORAGING. Now that we’ve moved back to Georgia, foraging is something we are working on doing.
Elise from More Than Just Surviving shares 10 Self Sufficiency Skills that Can Save You A Killing
Soap making is a skill I want to perfect. I spent $12 on two bars of homemade soap recently. While I understand I am supporting a small business, I know if I had made those bars of soap, I would have saved money.
As you can see, there are many life skills we can put to use in saving money.