From health supplements to single-serve consumables to cable channel packages, here are 7 common ways Singaporeans waste money. We all have impulse purchases, which we make without thinking. If we learn to control these, we would have much more cash to spend on the things that we do care about. The following items aren’t really things that we love; they’re the habitual, money-wasting purchases that we should weed out.

  1. Bottled Water

Singapore is currently suffering from a S$134 million bottled water addiction. This is mostly because (1) we don’t like to carry water bottles, and (2) we consider it disgusting to drink from a public tap, especially when most of them are in public toilets. That causes us to end up spending S$1 to S$1.20 for bottled water, which is no different from tap water. But while S$1 may not seem like much, consider that a rising …