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After a little break, I thought I’d start off this year with something that many people still seem to struggle with: saving money.
So I’ve made today’s video very bite-sized and digestible. Please let me know if you have any of your own tips below! Use an ad blocker, Say goodbye to Netflix, Eat more at home, Learn to meal prep
Delete Instagram and Tiktok, Learn for free, Automate your savings, Embrace minimalism
Record and track your expenses, Get your money out of banks, Cancel subscriptions
Change your energy supplier, Prioritise paying off debt, Renegotiate your insurance
Renegotiate your salary, Pack a work lunch, Use your company for expenses
Make coffee or tea at home, Cancel your gym membership, Get your fashion at thrift stores
Reevaluate your social activities, Become passionate about money
Big tip for others and way I’ve saved money is learning how to fix your own things. From car maintenance, bike maintenance, clothing and furniture repair, learning how to be more self-sustainable has saved me tons of money in expenses and helped me pick up new skill sets as well. Also, when I do finally need to buy something, I lean more toward thee buy once cry once category in that I’d rather pay a bit more for something that will last me for years instead of paying less for something I’ll have to replace in a few months. TL;DR learn to DIY, purchase things mindfully
For me it’s prioritising sleep. Sleep well and you won’t have to spend money on caffeinated drinks, and you’ll be healthier (which means less medical bills!)
It took a while to understand what it meant, but when they realized that after they spent what money they had on some shiny junk they didn’t need, and had a real need later on, it finally made sense to them. Some of them are learning this a little faster/slower than the others, but they are learning.
Inside you will find 70 ingenious projects that can help you protect your own family in times of economic crisis, long-term blackouts, riots, hyperinflation, hurricanes, martial law, or other unforeseen events that may come our way. But the immediate payoff of having these projects is that they make you independent and self-sufficient on your own property. You don’t want to depend on anyone for your basic needs! It only makes sense financially to start producing some of the stuff you need at home instead of making other people rich. The money you save each month adds up over time, so these projects will pay for themselves and turn you a steady profit afterward.
Je bedrijf opzetten met D4Darious | Zakelijke vaardigheden voor YouTubers
Wil je je YouTube-kanaal tot een bedrijf ontwikkelen? In deze video vertelt YouTube-creator Darious van het kanaal D4Darious hoe hij dit heeft aangepakt. Ontdek wat hij heeft geleerd en welk advies hij heeft voor andere creators die hun kanaal tot een bedrijf willen ontwikkelen.
Expert craftsman Tom Donahey shares his plans for an essential tool to work green wood.
Few woodworking experiences are as sweet as working wood that’s just been split from a recently felled tree. Green wood is much easier to shape with hand tools than wood that’s been dried. It has a special character–a pungent odor and soft texture that make it all the more pleasurable to handle. Simple utilitarian items, such as chairs, benches, rakes and so on, have long been made from green wood. All you need are a few basic tools and one essential device for holding the work: a shaving horse.
I’ve always wanted to build a shaving horse. When I started thinking about how to go about making one I turned to Drew Langsner, an expert in green woodworking (that’s Drew, above). Drew has been an inspiring instructor of the craft for over thirty years, and runs Country Workshops, a school in North Carolina. Drew introduced me to Tom Donahey, who makes shaving horses for students at the school and for sale through the school’s web site.
Tom has created an elegant design. “When I got into green woodworking, I already had a shaving horse,” Tom said. “It was the old style, big and clunky. I took a class from Brian Boggs, the well-known chairmaker from Berea, Kentucky, and he had brought along his own shaving horse. It was much better than mine. With Brian’s permission, I took photos of that horse, went home, and studied its construction.”
Brian had developed a new feature: an adjustable, ratcheting work support (see photo at right). Drew suggested a futher change: use a treadle instead of the traditional cross bar for applying foot pressure. “It’s much more comfortable,” he said. Tom built a few horses, with Brian’s permission, and started refining the design. Over the years, Tom has built more than 100 horses and streamlined their production. Tom has graciously allowed us to publish his design.
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