Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Ten things You Should Never have to Buy!


I had so much fun complying this list! What a Great Way to Simplify and Save Money! The Coolest thing about Simplifying is that, it Gives You a Chance to use Your Creativity and Use the Things You already own, instead of bringing More things into your home. Plus this helps the Environment in such a Huge Way!  Because in the End Everything we purchase, at some point will end up in a Landfill. Go On, Change the way you Live!




1. Stop Buying TISSUE PAPER
this product comes in your gift bags when you receive a gift, it also comes in the box when you purchase new shoes.





2. Stop Buying GIFT BAGS
this is an item that we receive on birthdays and holidays. ReUse them!

3. Stop Buying BUTTONS
look inside your garments. there usually is an extra button. Start collecting them, and pretty soon you'll have a unique stash




4. Stop Buying PAPER TOWELS
why not turn old t-shirts into rags. Its a great way to save money and Great for the Environment.


5. Stop Buying MAGAZINES AND BOOKS
I've got one word for you...LIBRARY! and with today's IPADS and Kindles, Thousands of Free E books are out there.

6. Stop Buying SMALL TRASH CAN LINERS
Reuse those plastic bags we receive at the grocery store





7. Stop Buying BOXES
Everything comes in a box. Reuse these boxes to send items through the mail, wrap a gift, or store some of your precious belongings. Get Created and Decorate them As well.



8. Stop Buying CLEANING CHEMICALS
Its Cheaper to put together your own mix of Vinegar and Water. Plus you can practically clean everything from floors to windows.



9. Stop Buying PLASTIC CONTAINERS
Reuse those Butter and Cottage Cheese Containers to save left overs, or to pack your lunch





10. Stop Buying PLASTIC KIDS TOYS
ask ANY mother/father for their unwanted plastic toys, and I betcha they will gladly give them to you by the bag full.

1 comment:

  1. Make sure you ask if you have access to your things and if you do, what kind of notice is required. Also, research their storage facility as you would any other company.

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