20 life skills that will save you money

Avoiding spending money unnecessarily is a very useful habit to get into. It means that you have more money in your pocket (which could mean you are able to work less, or can buy a property sooner), as well as reduces your consumption of goods that use resources to manufacture and often end up in landfill sites. Learning skills is a great way of being thriftier.

By getting a basic understanding of some common skills – such as cooking, sewing, crafting and household repairs – you save money and become a more rounded person in the process!