11. Hair bands and scrunchies
Hair bands are like bobby pins — some people need them but they certainly don’t need to pay a lot for them.
12. Hand sanitizer
Hand sanitizer has become an essential item since the pandemic struck, but there’s no need to overpay for it.
13. Holiday decorations
Why not get your holiday decorations in a dollar store? Instead of spending time making them yourself, you can buy them cheaply and use the time you spare drinking eggnog.
Painkillers are like adhesive bandages — good to have around just in case. And nothing is a bigger pain than wasting money.
15. Plastic storage bags
Plastic storage bags are a basic commodity with lots of uses and there’s no need to go to a high-end store for them.
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