Welcome to our month long buy less plan! Read here to get caught up on what’s going on.
Product: The people who have stumbled on the joy of this next trick stick with it. If you could possibly figure out how to cut hair, you can save a lot of money.
Boys cuts can be super easy. Clippers give an easy buzz cut. If you want anything different, it definitely more difficult, but there is good news: every six weeks you get another chance to practice.
Mr. WW just cut our own boys hair last night and he’s been cutting his own hair too for many, many years.
Girl cuts are also easy, straight cut across the bottom and an optional straight cut in the front for optional bangs. If you want fancier, let me introduce you to my personal self-layered haircut.
If none of these options appeal to you, take to the internet. YouTube is full of tutorials.
And cutting your own hair is strangely appealing and fulfilling. Just ask any two-year-old. You know you want to.
Reason to buy less: Contentment. Yes, that’s it. Be content with that reason.
Suggestion: Beware of free. Just because it’s free doesn’t mean you should get it.
This one is difficult for me. I hate things going to a landfill. If someone is going to throw something out I feel like I have an obligation to give it a home. Thankfully we have these places called thrift stores that take in poor orphaned items and helps them find a new loving home. If there is value yet, it should not go into a trash can.
Just remember that free is only worth it if you gain anything from the product. If it’s just going to be another piece of clutter to clog your life, even with its $0 price tag, it’s is not worth the costs.
Just say no.