And this saving tip is all about “little bits”. Specifically, RM5 notes. It’s simple! All you have to do is this: each time you get an RM5 note in change, put it away in a savings container.
And that’s it. By the end of however long you choose, you could end up with a tidy sum– like this student on Twitter who ended up with RM615 after just three months!
This is my first time saving kumpul duit hijau okay ? tips dia, setiap kali dapat duit hijau masuk dalam tabung ✨Thanks to Hani, my rumet yang ajar ?
— kyungkyung (@izzatiefarhana_) July 4, 2019
This tip – which is also fondly called the “duit hijau” method – is pretty genius because RM5 is small enough that you won’t miss it when you put it away, and the frequency of receiving an RM5 note ensures that you’re constantly saving without really thinking too hard about it.
Others who have tried it swear by the method as well!
kita geng sis!! start dari sem1 buat hukum sendiri, rm5 HARAM guna for the whole semester. ? so dalam 1sem biasanya dapat collect around rm400-600. ? btw, congrats for you! ? pic.twitter.com/MaIFZOYiV5
— ?? ??✨ (@nurulhan1s_) July 5, 2019
mine??, yeayy ada geng hijau , lupa bila start collect and tak nak kira lagi,agak2 berapa dah ni??? pic.twitter.com/nwlPzAt52U
— mohamad (@mohamad2397) July 5, 2019
Of course, this tip works best if you’re the sort use cash over cards and other digital payment systems, but it’s still a fun and cute way to build up a little savings stash. What do you think? Will you give it a try?
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