10 Ways All of These Shortages and Price Hikes Are Saving Me Money

Some of us can absorb punishment and keep moving forward, be it physical danger or emotional trauma, while others suffer under the weight of fear.

Here are some wisdom nuggets on fighting back against price hikes, inflation, and hardship.

Once mainstream consumers consider an item is overpriced, this presents an opportunity to hack the system and never pay for that item again.

Fool Me Once, Shame on Me

When toilet paper madness hit supermarkets across the pandemic world, this hero put bidets in each bathroom. Now, they haven’t bought any for two years.

Bidets Forever

Chickens Coming Home to Roost

With egg prices fast catching up with that of meat, what did our humble poster do? They build chicken coups in their yard and no longer pay for eggs.

Cut Out The Driving if You Can

Even when the gasoline apocalypse struck last year, there was one easy solution — buy a bicycle and get a remote job.

Netflix, Schmetflix

When Netflix raised its prices and disposed of the sharing privileges, this fiscal freedom fighter bought a DVD player, scouring garage sales and pawn shops for offers.

My Lemons, My Lemonade

Perhaps the funniest part of the thread is the adage about making lemonade from lemons that they grew themselves — of course!

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