It's often the little things that add up. Personal finance blog Get Rich Slowly points out that carrying a water bottle around with you can add a few hundred bucks to your pocketbook each year.
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Get Rick Slowly is quick to point out that if you, on average, spend only five dollars on water and soft drinks in a week, you would save over $250 a year just carrying around a water bottle. Get Rich Slowly reader Austin sums it up quite well:
Every time I'm out shopping for groceries, out with friends for the weekend, or out for the day around town, I bring a water bottle with me. When I'm thirsty, I fill it up in a water fountain or, if I have to, a bathroom sink. [This allows me to avoid]those little two- to five-dollar purchases that really add up when you're thirsty and want a quick drink.
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Save Money by Carrying a Water Bottle [Get Rich Slowly]