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We always earn a living. We work for us to live, to pay for our expenses for food, clothing, necessities, and we also pay for luxury or for comfort. Sometimes, our earning is not enough or we are on a tight budget. What many people don’t know is that there are simple ways for us to save money.

Electricity is one of the primary needs in our everyday lives. Electricity may come really expensive especially if you really use it. But some people only waste it and take it for granted. So in order for you to avoid struggle on your bill, there are behaviours that you can do to cut prices on your electricity bill.

Unplug your appliances

This is one of the simplest things you can do. If your appliances are not in use, just unplug them. Since, even if you are not using them, it still generates energy.

Adjust the temperature of your air conditioning unit

Changing or lowering the thermostat of your air conditioner also helps. Air conditioners exert a lot of energy if you want your room to be cooler. The lower the temperature, the more energy it needs, meaning more money on the bill. So adjust it a little bit, just have the right thermostat to cool enough the room.

If the food is hot, don’t put it on the refrigerator immediately

Everyone loves food and sometimes, we store excess food so that we can still eat it tomorrow or whenever. If you need to store newly cooked food, make sure it’s not hot or cooled enough to save energy since the refrigerator will need to put more work into it to cool the food. And another thing is to avoid spoilage sometimes.

Don’t charge your smartphones overnight

Some people practice having their phone charged at night. Not only it may damage your phone or battery for overcharging, it still generates electricity on your charger resulting in more money on the bill.

Lower the temperature of your water heater

If it’s a sunny day outside, if possible, don’t use a water heater anymore. Have a regular shower and enjoy the cool water on your body. If it’s winter, like the air conditioner, you can adjust your temperature to warm you enough on snowy days.

They say that a great life isn’t about great huge things, it’s about small things that make a big difference. These acts are just simple and you don’t need someone to do it for you. In the long run, it will make a difference in your electric bill.

Make it a habit to save you money.