10 THINGS I DON’T BUY ANYMORE: minimalism + saving money

10 THINGS I DON’T BUY ANYMORE: minimalism + saving money


Minimalism not only frees your home of
clutter and chaos – it can save you some money. In this video, I’m going to talk
about ten things I no longer buy since embracing a more minimalist lifestyle. If
you’re interested, keep watching! Hello hello! Welcome back to The Whole Happy
Life. If you’re a new subscriber, thank you very much for subscribing and
welcome to the channel and if you’ve been a subscriber for a while,
thank you for rejoining me. So the first thing I no longer buy is extensive
cleaning products. Now if you know me I like cleaning and I used to have a lot
of cleaning products – like a cleaning product for literally everything but
I’ve realized over the years that you don’t need that many cleaning products
and the simpler your cleaning routine the better because the more likely you are to
do it. So I’ve watched a lot of videos on Clean My space and I noticed she
doesn’t use too many products – so I’m going to link her video in the
description box below about what she uses and I think I’m more or less using
what she uses. So basically there’s soap, water, vinegar and I try to buy the
cleaning vinegar which is a lot stronger than the regular vinegar you get in the
grocery store and rubbing alcohol. Sometimes I’ll use hydrogen peroxide and
baking soda and that’s pretty much it. I don’t have anything else. My cleaning
routine is a lot simpler and it’s a lot safer. I’m not breathing in noxious fumes
all the time. Number two- physical gifts. So in the past
I used to buy a lot of gifts for my friends and family that were physical
items and while there’s nothing wrong with this, a lot of times you don’t know
what your friend or what your family member wants and you end up buying
things that could potentially become clutter in their home. I don’t like
clutter in my home and I don’t want to add to the clutter in someone else’s
home, so I’ve started to give my friends non-physical gifts, basically gifts of
experience. For example ,for my best friend, for her birthday in January
I gave her ticket to a mindfulness clay workshop and not just a ticket for her,
for me as well! So two tickets – we went for this workshop, we had a good time and
it was a memorable experience and a chance to bond. I am a big fan of
the non-physical gifts and I intend to do that more often.
Number three -kitchen gadgets. So I am a kitchen gadget lover… in my former life! I
don’t do it anymore. I used to have gadgets for all sorts of
random things. I had a strawberry slicer, like who needs a strawberry
slicer? Well I for some reason thought I needed one. So there’s a store in Canada
called Kitchen Stuff Plus and it has every possible kitchen gadget out there
and I used to go crazy there but now that I’m more of a minimalist I don’t
buy those things. I think when it comes to kitchen gadgets they’re nice in the
beginning but once that novelty wears off you’re never using them so I try not
to buy excessive kitchen gadgets. Number four – books and magazines. if you’ve
watched any of my previous videos you know I’ll talk about this again and
again and I’m a big believer in getting your books and your magazines from the
library first first so I’m not saying you never buy books and I’m not saying I
never buy books I do but I only buy books if I truly love them and I want
them to be part of my collection but in general I try to get most of my books
from the library it’s inexpensive I mean fines I guess the fines are a
little expensive but other than that it’s inexpensive and I have so much
variety and same goes with magazines I used to have a lot of magazine
subscriptions I think I would spend close to 100 bucks a year on magazines I
don’t do that anymore I get them from the library so there’s
no clutter and it saving me money. Number five bottled water. So I’ve never
really been a big bottled water person it’s only when I was on the go or out
and about but now I try to make a conscious effort to take a reusable
water bottle with me everywhere I go and I fill it with my own water at home –
filtered tap water and it’s fine I don’t really feel the need to buy bottled
water because the problem with bottled water is -even if you recycle the bottles
it’s still an energy intensive process to produce them and it’s still not as
environmentally friendly as using your own water from home so I try to limit my
consumption of all sorts of bottled beverages and
stick to the reusable bottles. Number six clothes that I’ll only wear once or
twice or very few times so in the past I wouldn’t think too much about the
clothes I purchased as long as I liked them I would buy them sometimes they were
impulse purchases I never really thought about how many times I would wear it and
recently I’ve employed this concept called cost per wear so it’s a cost of
the item per time I wear it so as an example let’s say I have a gala to go to
and I want to buy a nice dress I have two options here I have a red dress and
a black dress the red dress is fancy and I know I’m probably never gonna wear it
again this is really fancy and I can only wear it at this gala and it’s $400
so the cost per wear this dress is 400 because I’ll only wear it once
now I could buy a black dress which is a little simpler and I could probably wear it to
more events and let’s say I buy that dress for $400 as well but I wear that
black dress four times the cost per wear of the black dress is $100 per wear
which is significantly less than the $400 cost per wear of the other dress so my
point here is that I try to buy clothes that I can wear more often and that have
lower cost for wears so that way I’m not cluttering my closet with things that I
won’t wear more than once and I’m saving some money in the process and I think
it’s also environmentally friendly because you’re not buying so many
textiles. Number-7 handbags and accessories that don’t match with
majority of my outfits so in the past I was a handbag fiend, fanatic I don’t
even know what to call myself I had a lot of handbags and some of them were
very patterned and didn’t go with a lot of my clothes and because of that I was
only wearing them very limited times a year maybe four to five times a year and
it felt like such a waste to spend so much money on something that I’m only
going to wear occasionally so now I try to keep my handbags accessories jewelry
very very simple so it can go with a lot more of my outfits and I get a lot more
wear out of it Number eight room freshener air
freshener perfume fragrance products I loved buying anything fragranced
and I think I overdid it I would buy those plugins scented candles
perfume from my body like random things and I think I was dealing with scent
overload it was too much and it’s a lot of money that I spent and I don’t really
think I need that in my life anymore the main reason I quit buying frangranced products
is it’s not so good for your health most fragranced products contain
something called phthalates. Phthalates our are endocrine disrupters which measn they
impact our hormones I don’t want to be breathing something in that is impacting
my hormones so phthalates are out for me I don’t buy anything with phthalates in
it anymore and in general I don’t spend money on fragranced products I try to
keep it natural or just nothing at all but if you want your house it smell good
and you do want something a little something but you don’t want to buy the
fragranced products I have a little trick for you so I learned this off of
Pinterest you can get a saucepan add a little bit of water add some cloves some
cinnamon some orange peel a little bit of vanilla extract you can use the
artificial kind and let it boil and then simmer for about 10 minutes it will make
your house smell amazing I promise it will smell like you just baked something
it’s so good and you don’t have to worry about potentially harmful chemicals in
the air and it’s cheap and you’re not buying all these products so it’s
minimalistic. Number-9 pre-made sauces dressings condiments any prepackaged
items from the grocery store so I love a good condiment or a sauce or a dressing
I really do and in the past I used to buy all sorts of stuff the problem is
not only does it add to the clutter in your kitchen and your cupboard it’s also
not so good for your health a lot of the things that are on the market have all
sorts of added preservatives that you don’t need all sorts of added sugar so I
prefer to make my items at home and that way I don’t have all this clutter in my
kitchen and the other thing is I don’t have to worry about all the recycling
that I would need to do let’s face it even if we recycle something it’s not
necessarily going to be recycled sometimes recyclable items do end up in
the landfill and I just don’t think it’s
environmentally friendly to be buying so many prepackaged products so when I can
avoid it I avoid
it. Number 10 toys cat toys kids toys any toys so I don’t have kids so I can’t
speak to that but I have cats and I love buying them toys but I’ve realized they
don’t like it they actually like their core group of three to four toys and
they’re happy with that everything else is extraneous they have
zero interest maybe for a day and then they completely lose interest and I’m
assuming with kids it’s somewhat the same and toys are just clutter that you
don’t need in your home so no more toy no more excessive toy shopping for me! So
those are the ten things I don’t buy anymore. What are the things that you
don’t buy anymore? I’d love to hear about that so let me know in the comment box
below. If you enjoyed this video, give it a thumbs up and don’t forget to
subscribe. I will see you in the next video. Bye!

100 Comments

  • Monika Kamila

    May 19, 2019

    I love books, there’s nothing like the smell of a brand new book.

    Reply
  • VERONICA RAY

    May 21, 2019

    SUCH WISDOM WHEN MAKING LIFE SIMPLE.. ALL ABOUT SIMPLE AT MY AGE.. I LOVE YOUR CAT.. SO CUTE!!

    Reply
  • veli kateto

    May 22, 2019

    Very interesting and Eco friendly 💕

    Reply
  • Nida Ansari

    May 23, 2019

    i cut down on buying sanitary napkins by switching to cups. I also try to not buy new clothes but use the ones i already have ! Now i need to control my makeup shopping …it is a work in progress.

    Reply
  • Rita Healy

    May 24, 2019

    Regarding fragrance in the home.  I learned this from Clean My Space.  Use essential oils.I put pepperment oil in my all purpose cleaner.  It makes the area great.

    Reply
  • Saver Lady

    May 25, 2019

    I do buy presents for the kids in my family. but, as for everyone else I do gift cards. throughout the year cvs usually has deals on gift cards. so, it's good to spend $50.00 and get $10 back to use in cvs which they call ecbs.

    Reply
  • Gayathri G

    May 27, 2019

    How do you get rid of purses and accessories that you no longer use.

    Reply
  • Barbara May

    May 30, 2019

    You can add citrus peelings to the white vinegar for more cleaning power and antiseptic qualities.

    Reply
  • I'ma Vegemite

    May 30, 2019

    I love your video and am looking at changing my habits which has been inspired by Anna, a vlogger, Vegan Earth & Soul. May I ask what you clean your mirrors with ?

    Reply
  • magnificent reg

    May 30, 2019

    i try to only "replace" things. if i buy new pants, i get rid of a pair, shoes, etc.

    Reply
  • chrissie hopkins

    June 4, 2019

    I don't buy the latest novels anymore, if it is a popular author, I ask the library to get me a copy and they always have!

    Reply
  • Emilie 'TheCrazyCatLady'

    June 5, 2019

    Your kitty is adorable! I love ragdolls! 😀

    Reply
  • Zack Fair

    June 8, 2019

    Basically being poor is living a forced minimalistic life

    Reply
  • Gillian Vann

    June 8, 2019

    I have taught my girls this concept, I call it Price Per Wear. and you want to get that amount as close to 0 as possible. ideally $1 or less. granted for a $400 dress that might be difficult, but for shoes, handbags, jackets, it's a good practice. Agree with all your points, i do them, maybe I should start my own channel, haha.
    on the book thing, the only objection I have is that you need to support your favourite author with money, or they won't keep writing. So if it's someone you value, please buy an e-reader and buy their book.

    Reply
  • Angela Marcinkevich

    June 9, 2019

    Please fo cooking videos on your dressings and other things up make please.

    Reply
  • Marilynn Gabaldon

    June 10, 2019

    I stopped buying any home decor, plants and flowers(artificial and real) since we adopt our kitties! They destroy everything! So now my house looks simple, neat and clean!😹😹😹

    Reply
  • Susan Hornsby

    June 11, 2019

    I love cute cat toys laying around, but, my cats play with a couple of favorites and that's it.

    Reply
  • martha black

    June 15, 2019

    I also use coffee grind:) for each room in my pencils holder that has whole in it . I keep match box in bathroom for my self. 4 guest I just keep natural spray. Is hard to minimize. :(. Also using natural plants that give out oxygen in the room. 🙂

    Reply
  • Siretha Buggs

    June 16, 2019

    But, but, but… I have a strawberry slicer! LOL

    Reply
  • Lydia Musima

    June 17, 2019

    I’ve stopped buying fashion magazines as well as books. I stopped buying them and began giving them away to charities and train stations. If I want a book I’d exchange one at my local train station

    Reply
  • Paul Deland

    June 21, 2019

    Excellent presentation. So clear & precise with a lovely personality.

    Reply
  • Paul Deland

    June 21, 2019

    I stopped paying top dollar for ordinary household cleaning aids & toilet articles. I get dish soap, packages of sponges, tin foil, toothpaste, toothbrushes, aspirin etc. all for $1.00 each at the local Dollar Store. I can get wrapping paper & boxes of Christmas cards for $1.00. I go to Goodwill to buy good quality bowls or things for the kitchen that are usable everyday. I avoid collecting stuff. I just focus on the basics to make life run smoothly & efficiently. Twice a year I donate things to a neighbor who can distribute unused items or donate to Goodwill.

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  • Janine Dale

    July 2, 2019

    I actually started practicing cost per wear (re-watching😊)result? savings +++ Thank you. ❤

    Reply
  • GraceWithoutTears

    July 5, 2019

    Flavored chips like Doritos, etc.

    Reply
  • LiveLoveHula

    July 6, 2019

    I used to buy so many cat toys and then realized my cat likes anything in a plastic bag. So
    I’ll put a couple paper clips and a balled up Kleenex in a snack ziplock and I’ll find it in different locations all over the house😀. Which tells me she’s playing with it

    Reply
  • Nadya Ilionova

    July 13, 2019

    I have started growing my own green onions garlic and lettuce and don't buy them any more.

    Reply
  • Emma MacGregor

    July 14, 2019

    Excellent information! New sub now. :_)

    Reply
  • GoldenG

    July 16, 2019

    Great video ! We all should become minimalist and help others in need.

    Reply
  • geetika saini

    July 19, 2019

    I really liked the idea of non physical gifts….❤❤
    Nice video .. I am your new subscriber 😘😘😘😘😘

    Reply
  • Monica Booth

    July 19, 2019

    Cats are the original minimalists.

    Reply
  • Serena Y

    July 25, 2019

    I've gone back to using bar soaps instead of shower gels, using reusable containers for snacks instead of buying individually wrapped items, carrying a hydroflask for water, buying digital books, renting textbooks for school, and a lot of other small things that add up to big savings, less space being used, and less waste. It makes me happy to see others do the same.

    Reply
  • Sara Valinemati

    July 26, 2019

    Things I don't buy anymore :
    – facial Creams : I use natural oils, 1 ingrédient only, less expensive and more organic

    – I used to buy several nail polishesh, different colors, I end up using 1 or 2 …so no more nail polishesh

    Non more water bottles
    no more cheap accessoires, I buy 1 or 2 expensive but high quality accessoires

    Reply
  • Joyous Charity

    July 28, 2019

    Tanks it was enriching

    Reply
  • Random ASMR

    July 29, 2019

    I buy my books at thrift stores at $.25/.50 each. Then pass them around to extended family or return them to the thrift shop.

    Reply
  • Tina Hacker

    July 29, 2019

    I just learned this as of last week but China no longer accepts recycling from the west unless you take the all the labels off the bottles and dispose of the cap and the plastic ring, rinse out the tin cans and take off all labels, and make sure your cardboard is clean. So now you need to make sure you recycle correctly or it will end up burned

    Reply
  • NJHeart2Heart

    July 31, 2019

    I enjoyed this video, but the random and frequent "thumbs up", subscription solicitations is really annoying. If you are a good youtuber, your content will sell your channel for you! Thanks for sharing some helpful tips.

    Reply
  • Birdie Zimmerman

    July 31, 2019

    If I forget to take reusable shopping bags to the grocery store. I ask for paper so I can put it in my recycle trash can as a liner. Also stopped using candles long ago but use Lampe Berge oil burner to get rid of odor especially fried fish & I have animals so it only has to burn for a few minutes. It also kills germs. I looked it up was first used in hospitals to get rid of the smell.

    Reply
  • RitooRitu

    August 1, 2019

    Point on, I am a kitchen gadget fan and spent $18 on a coconut knife and another $10 on a weird scissor that has been totally useless. Every time I use the coconut knife, I cringe.

    Reply
  • Liliana B

    August 3, 2019

    I don’t buy high end brand names, unless it’s an after New Years sale. I’m still a penny pincher today, even though I can afford it.
    I just choose not to spend my money on the name. I look for good quality of the actual item. For example: My less expensive purse has lasted longer than a Coach purse I used to own that I did not pay full price for. If the Coach purse had not been half off… (and the fact that I had a gift card to use at that particular store) I wouldn’t have thought twice to leave it on the shelf.

    Reply
  • Sangeeta Sahai

    August 3, 2019

    Hi,I'm from India …liked ur tips … I've stopped buying beauty products as face scrubs, face wash, shampoo, oil, serum and soap…instead I've switched on to herbal n homemade products which give amazing results…I follow this link ….
    https://youtu.be/dq1LX70tDu8

    Reply
  • Jayden

    August 4, 2019

    Watching this made me realize how college makes you an extreme minimalist . No money plus moving every year makes it hard to get too much stuff! But now that I've graduated, I'll have to watch out and make sure I don't start adding this stuff to things I buy.

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  • Blue Butterfly Wellness

    August 4, 2019

    Funny, I've been doing these things for over two decades at a time when people made fun of me calling me a "cheap hippie".😂 My only continued weakness are like you, kitchen gadgets. I've also a huge collection of essential oils built up throughout years so I make my own room scents by infusing them in warm oil in a small crock pot. I also make my own toothpaste, deodorant, body oils from either olive or coconut oils. I used to make my own soaps but haven't for a while. I also make my own teas and herbal supplements via foraging and wildcrafting.

    Reply
  • Uptown Girl

    August 6, 2019

    Give your kitties an empty box, a toilet paper roll, a small plastic bottle with a marble tucked safely inside or tight ball made of aluminum foil. They love those things. Trash to treasure. But when they get tired of they they can be disposed of then.

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  • Xanim Kerimova

    August 7, 2019

    Actually I have done all these methods almost whole my life. And everyone call me best saver. Even some frends give their money to ne to keep and save.

    Reply
  • Angela Doraisani

    August 8, 2019

    **There is a local thrift store selling clothes (baby through adult sizes) for 99¢ each. And about once a month they have a rack of clothing for 25¢ each. (Other items are various prices… Household, nicnacs, craft, etc) Many of the clothes are new or like new to gently used. None are threadbare! A clothing only thrift store has recently opened up with higher prices ($2 each with sales at $1). Very reasonable shopping for clothing I re-donate when I am tired of them or I give them to people in need or charity yard sale donations.
    **I clean most of my kitchen and bathroom with toothpaste, peroxide, baking soda, and a dab of liquid soap.
    **I use vinegar and newspaper to clean mirrors and windows. Save money. Less clutter.

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  • Bina Pranavsoni

    August 8, 2019

    Truly effective video

    Reply
  • Tiger Lily Roma

    August 9, 2019

    I don't buy any of those stuff as well but I'm even more minimalistic than you in some stuff: I plainly stop buying clothes at all and some people just gave me all clothes they don't want it anymore. Same with shoes and even decoration stuff.
    All my furniture was from other people before and even I found some of them in the trash. Good quality stuff that people throw away. My bed, my couch, my kitchen table, my coffee table, where I put my clothes, my decorative tables everything was already used by other people.
    Eben most of my kid toys are recycled.

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  • Sandy Torres

    August 10, 2019

    Well I liked the video anf turns out I'm a natural half minimalist .

    Reply
  • R Chhaya

    August 10, 2019

    I'm first time watching your video its very useful !!! Subscribed 👍

    Reply
  • Nancy Oakley

    August 13, 2019

    I recently decided to use homemade bar soap again instead of bottled shower gels.

    Reply
  • Reet Reet

    August 13, 2019

    Can I ask something so where u spend ur money on ???

    Reply
  • Queendee3428

    August 13, 2019

    Omg!! U are my cloned frugal and environmental-friendly twin. I believe wholeheartedly that it’s better to invest in good health and save money at the same time by not spending impulsively. I do have kids and want them to learn that their health comes first and foremost. Thank you for educating me in phthalates. I will no longer buy another perfume with that ingredient. So many harmful and toxic chemicals in foods we eat too. I am an avid ingredient reader when I go to the grocery stores. I read all ingredients and if they are foreign or aren’t natural, I won’t buy it. My family hates it but understands (sometimes) that it’s for their own good.

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  • Jennifer Gordon

    August 13, 2019

    Your kitties! SWOON!

    Reply
  • Patricia Muszynski

    August 15, 2019

    I don't buy regular gifts. I make a snack box and wrap up their favorite snacks and coffee or tea. People like their snacks 😉

    Reply
  • Black Hawk

    August 15, 2019

    Great video!
    The only spray cleaner I use is all natural trader Joe's ceader.
    I have a reusable water bottle too.
    Haven't bought a new article of clothing in about 20 years. Thrift stores for me.
    I don't buy garbage bags of any kind. I reuse grocery bags. I get both plastic and paper at times. I put the paper bags in the plastic ones and use those in my garbage pails. The paper inside makes them sturdy and the plastic keeps wet and oily stuff from ruining my pails. When full I tie it up with the handles from the plastic bags! Works perfectly.
    I only burn sage or incense sticks in my home. No air fresheners or sprays of any kind.
    I like her accent too. Can't quite figure it out. Maybe a cross between east Indian and Canadian?

    Reply
  • Huan D.

    August 18, 2019

    Cheers!

    Reply
  • Christy Kos

    August 20, 2019

    So useful!

    Reply
  • AidaJamilaMUA

    August 21, 2019

    I used to change everyday my bag 🙈🙈 always matching it to my outfit. Glad that is in the past. 😂😂

    Reply
  • Ramandeep Kaur

    August 21, 2019

    Very good

    Reply
  • Rajesh Thorat

    August 22, 2019

    Nice video..and hello hello too..

    Reply
  • Kim Van Beek

    August 24, 2019

    Very wise! Get ways to save money!

    Reply
  • Nancy Yee

    August 25, 2019

    The CAT is the real star of the video.

    Reply
  • atnara gendis

    August 26, 2019

    Your cat is gorgeous 😊🤗❤

    Reply
  • Wish Recto

    August 26, 2019

    Also when going through the CLEARANCE section: BUY what you know you’ll use later on, don’t buy something just because they’re cheap because it will be a waste of money. Trust me, it’s tempting to buy when items are on clearance.

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  • Cristiana Cretu

    August 26, 2019

    The cat😍

    Reply
  • amy yellowrose

    August 27, 2019

    Can you share more about your cat. 😻

    Reply
  • Carmen PD

    August 27, 2019

    Well, it looks like i am a minimalist and did not know 😂

    Reply
  • Adrian Val Olonan

    August 29, 2019

    I don't agree with stop buying hard copies of books and DVDs. I prefer physical copies over digital copies, coz I feel I own them 100%. But desperate times call for desperate measures. So in any case we end up to living in a smaller house, I may ask a favor to a family/relative to keep all my physical books & DVDs and maybe pay for storage costs.

    Reply
  • Leena Manohar

    August 30, 2019

    10 things what I don't buy more than necessary, purses, slippers (foot wares), Jackets, watches, perfumes, dresses, books, Plastic storage containers, bedspreads pillow covers and Towels, Screens for windows. ☺ bye dear,. I loved your video Leena Manohar from Bangalore India🇮🇳

    Reply
  • BLINK in your area

    August 30, 2019

    Gift ideas for teens:
    Pc gamer: steam Gift card
    Music lover: Spotify of other music service subscription
    Art person: Art supplies you know they want

    Idk.

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  • k meeker

    August 31, 2019

    We've stopped buying greeting cards, some cleaners, and we frequent Goodwill trying to get things second hand if we can. Why. Why do we think we need so many things? I need less things. At least my brain does. 🧘🌿

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  • Erica Lee

    September 3, 2019

    I agree with every points you mention here.

    Reply
  • Nika Demitro

    September 16, 2019

    Where is your tote from that was shown in the video? ❤️

    Reply
  • Yvonne Leach

    September 19, 2019

    I don't buy any products from Nestles. I boycott because they buy California water rights for $250 and sell the water back to us at massive profit with massive amounts plastic waste. They have many subsidiaries including Purina…google it.

    Reply
  • Dutchess Dioji

    September 24, 2019

    I am the library queen. I really enjoy it and it's still very popular.

    Reply
  • Dutchess Dioji

    September 24, 2019

    I want to hug the cat.

    Reply
  • Anavirn99

    September 24, 2019

    What's the name of the music on 9:23?

    Reply
  • Ana Budeanu

    September 26, 2019

    I don’t buy expensive clothing detergent anymore, waste of money!

    Reply
  • Uapa500

    September 27, 2019

    I'm a new suscriber, I like your contents 🙂
    And I love how your gorgeous cat helps you cleaning 😉 my cat used to help me when making the ved in the morning ☺

    Reply
  • Stamper Wendy

    September 29, 2019

    I'm a mixed media artist but I've stopped buying solid and patterned cardstock. I have enough!

    Reply
  • Lynn Johnston

    September 29, 2019

    LOVE 🥰 the cats!!!! 😻

    Reply
  • Inday bel Suminguit

    October 2, 2019

    My bf learn me to keep money and save more by buying what you need or using everyday .Be natural make up products just harmful your health . Simple reminder buy something you NEEDs not just you like.

    Reply
  • Deeksha Rajput

    October 3, 2019

    1:25 cat 🤣😘

    Reply
  • Aparna Jain

    October 3, 2019

    I don't buy face wash. I make it at home

    Reply
  • ItsATingThing

    October 8, 2019

    Thank you for making this useful vid!

    Reply
  • Nastia

    October 13, 2019

    I just threw out 5 garbage bags of clothes and old scrubs 😁🤸‍♀️🙌🗑

    Reply
  • Katie Pirri

    October 14, 2019

    Love your cats! They are so beautiful! ❤️❤️

    Reply
  • Ms.Krueger

    October 14, 2019

    It is the same with kids. I have 3 sons and if I could go back I wouldn't buy half the crap I bought them. I wasted a lot of money. Buy them 1 or 2 nice things at Christmas and forget all the small stuff. ♡♡♡

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  • unirmiracle

    October 19, 2019

    i worked in Dunkin' for 3 years & cuz this job requires uniform…i didnt buy much clothes for 3yrs, stopped spending money on makeup & wearing makeup completely. however, i do spent $ on skincare. my skin became noticeably better & get compliments too, Mashallah. Stopped using heat, like curlers & straightener on my hair completely & finally got my natural curls back. now i got a new job at corporate Bank, women wears makeup, high heels, expensive suit clothes & hair straightens. if i dont do it, i feel insecure but i just wanna very well paid job with same uniform everyday. lol nursing doctors are too late for me.

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  • Sandhya Nambiar

    October 22, 2019

    Ria ur channel is very informative. That apart i love the way u look and talk…u r beautiful!

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  • Iris t

    October 23, 2019

    I buy 99% of what I wear at Salvation Army. I get an Ann Taylor dress for $3 go to the discount cleaners get it clean for $3 I have a $200 dress for $6. I went to the thrift store yesterday bought two brand new purses for $11. What are the purses was a Nine West brand new the other purse was a Rosetti. I love clothes. I go to Salvation Army on Monday and Wednesday half-price for $10 I get anywhere from five to 10 items. I need a clock for the wall Salvation Army, I want a new DVD Salvation Army, I want a book Salvation Army and when I'm tired of these things I donate them back and it helps people. Regarding food if it's in a box I don't buy it except for pasta. Pre-made stuff I don't buy it. So most of these things that she mentioned I've been doing for years I like to spend my money on things but I also like saving money.

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  • komal kannojiya

    October 28, 2019

    Clothes, shoes, extra makeup ,purses, fashion accessories and body lotions not buying any more

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  • D H

    October 29, 2019

    Silly question..Did your cat have their front claws in? I wouldn't want to remove cats claws but I'd be afraid to get scratched.

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  • Iarshinta sudjana

    October 30, 2019

    Bags n Sandals are my enemies😷😶🤓

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  • Enedelia Gonzalez

    November 15, 2019

    👍👍👍👍❤️❤️❤️❤️

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  • gauri damodaran

    November 16, 2019

    👍 you know we need people like you to help us to know when to stop. Use the money instead on your bucket list.

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  • Kris Rau

    November 24, 2019

    A BIIIIIGGGGG THANK YOU for putting me on the right track

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  • GunjanKumar

    November 27, 2019

    What breed is ur cat?

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  • A T

    November 30, 2019

    Very informative especially the fragrance

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  • The Whole Happy Life

    December 8, 2019

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