Ordering food is an expensive habit and oftentimes, it's a rather unhealthy one as well. These meals are usually less healthy than when you'd cook your own dinner. So the question we'll answer here is: What are the downsides to ordering your food? We'll share some of our thoughts on how to resist the urge to order next week in a follow-up article.
Eating leftovers is a way to sustain both nature and your wallet. There is so much good food being thrown away that's actually still completely edible it's insane. In this article, we will share some examples of how we deal with leftovers and limit the amounts of food we throw away to near zero.
We got married a few weeks ago and we had a wonderful day! Some people around us have the opinion that you can or should only get married after you have saved up a lot of money as weddings can get very expensive. So today we want to share some tips to keep your dream wedding affordable.
Saving money for times when you have to buy something expensive or when you don't earn as much money for a period of time for whatever reason, is important. If you can build yourself a buffer that can support your life for at least half a year, you can start saving money for fun things like vacation, a party, or a new car. Before that time however, that buffer should really be the priority in our opinion. Today we will share tricks and tips that help us save money and you might just learn something new.
Every month most households spend hundreds of euros on groceries. While most families could actually save a lot of money on them. Here we will give you tips you can use to save money on your groceries. We tried these tips and most of them work for us, we would recommend you to also try some of them and see what the result is. We save about 30 percent on our groceries compared to only a few months ago.