Even using a community garden can be a great way to get fresh, cheap food and to meet new friends. Don't shop for groceries every week.
Instead, only go shopping when your groceries have run right down to bare minimum. Replenish perishables such as milk and bread as needed but try to cope by eating down everything already in your cupboard, fridge, and home. Another way to do this is to not go shopping one week a month. During that week, you have to live off whatever is in your kitchen. Many people find this is a very creative time. Use coupons and discounts to reduce food costs. Start with the weekly sales flyer and spend some time working out the cheapest ways to eat.
Drink tap water. Water is the healthiest drink and the cheapest. Put a filter on your tap if you're worried about contaminants; it's a health investment even on a frugal budget. Find a cheaper home. It is possible to live somewhere that isn't an encumbrance on your life and that is either low cost, free, or in some cases even comes with a small stipend. There is less to maintain, less to clean, and less space to fill up with stuff.
Consider moving to a cheaper area. Find out if there are cheaper parts of town you could move to or cheaper living arrangements that you could make while still staying close to your job.
If that doesn't work for you, and if you are not bound to a certain area for work, consider moving out of the city if you live in one or to a state or province with a lower cost of living. You can find ideas of cheaper areas to live by searching Google for "cheap areas to live.
Part 3 of Sort your stuff. If you've got too much stuff already, do a declutter. Simply remove as much as possible from your life, including excess clothing, furniture, electronics, and other possessions that aren't critical to your life. If you're forced to downsize due to a job loss or because you're moving, try to see this as a great opportunity to rid yourself of anything weighs you down.
If you don't have any stuff, then you're ready to skip this step and move to the next one. See what you can sell rather than throwing it away. If you don't have the time or fortitude to sell it online, try an auction house. An easier way to sell online than listing individual items is to bulk sell — while you'll get less than if you took the time to sell items individually, you will at least recoup a decent amount for your unwanted possessions.
Take all items you no longer want to your local item collection charity. Reduce your cell phone bill. Consider, for example, cutting some services or changing carriers. You'd be amazed at what you can live without once you don't have it anymore. This may include choosing a cheaper data plan and lowering data usage by turning off automatic app updates and other services. If you need to, consider downgrading your phone if you are finding it difficult to keep up with payments on a top-of-the-line smartphone.
Downgrade your cable package or cut it off entirely. In many cases, people are paying for channels or services that they don't use. Save money by switching back to a basic package or cutting cable entirely in favor of online streaming services like Netflix. If you want to make the change but fear you'll miss big programs like sporting events, consider watching these events at friends' houses or restaurants instead. You'll save money and get to enjoy the company of your friends at the same time.
Give up your car. If you live in a city, there is plenty of public transportation available to get you to your destination and it's cheaper to take the occasional taxi for emergencies than it is to own and maintain a car. Try walking and cycling as much as possible you'll keep fit and get all the timetables for your local train, bus, subway, or ferries so that you know when to catch your ride.
If you live in a more rural area, consider either decreasing the number of cars you have in a household and sharing them or carpooling with coworkers and neighbors to save money.
Keep yourself well-clothed on the cheap. Thrift stores are great resources for affordable, quality clothes. Long gone are the days when visiting a thrift store was looked down on; now it's considered hip and with a bit of savvy sorting, you can find yourself some great threads for little cost.
Also try reducing your wardrobe to an absolute minimum. Keep only the clothes that you wear on a regular basis and the ones that you need most. Look for free and low cost entertainment.
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