You know the feeling, pay day is coming up and you realise that you are down to your last few pennies again; you said this month would be different but you couldn’t help getting those concert tickets, and you just had to celebrate your bestie’s birthday!
What you want to do is make little savings everyday so that at the end of the month you have a nice little stash to either save or spend, but how to go about it?
We don’t just want advice, we want tried and tested methods, and that’s why we have put together a round-up of the best money saving millennial gurus, so you don’t just have to take our word for it!
Over the last 4 years Holly has built quite a following on her YouTube channel for being a coupon queen and prides herself on searching out all the best money saving deals, hints and tips so that her followers don’t have to. Her videos take you through what deals are available, where to go for the best ones and even what to say and do at the check-out if your valid coupon isn’t being accepted.
Jenni is a millennial financial blogger who won’t tell you all the things you can’t do to save money. She prides herself on money saving tips while still making sure you can enjoy your day to day life and not deny yourself enjoyment. The main thrust of her blog is trying to save for a house deposit in youer twenties, so check out her advice on what pitfalls to avoid about her journey so far.
Charlotte or ‘Lotty’ as she is known on her site, experienced the millennial struggle of graduating slap bang in the middle of the recession and finding out that a university degree wasn’t the ticket to long term employment it had once been. After falling on hard times she got obsessed with searching out on and offline deals for getting discounts and saving money and she has compiled it all on her website so that you can log on and see the deals she has already hunted down. With tips for travel, going out, restaurants and debt advice, there is something for all parts of millennial life!
By now we have all heard the one about ‘millennials spend all their money on sandwiches and avocados’ but as eating is something we do all the time, it is definitely a place to look and see if you can save a few pennies. But we’re not suggesting you have baked beans and plain pasta for every meal, Maggie from the blog ‘The Millennial Menu’ focuses on simple affordable recipes that you can whip up quickly. She even has hints and tips to make your money go further and which kitchen items are the best value.
Emma is a money saving blogger with a twist; she also gives out advice on how you can also make money from blogging! She is the queen of online money making, so her blog is packed with tips about apps that earn you extra cash, guides to selling adverts on your website as well as advice on money saving and budgeting. She has grown her blog into a full time job, so the proof of her methods are there. Read Emma’s blog if you aren’t just interested in saving money, but also making some extra money on top of your current earnings.
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