5 tiny ways for millennials to save (without sacrificing their social lives)

It's hard out here for a millennial – especially when it comes to being fiscally responsible.

Between bottomless brunches, music festivals and hitting up the trendiest restaurants solely so they can post photos of their meals on Instagram, there's no denying that millennial culture is obsessed with the trendiest of everything ...and they've got the debt racked up to prove it.

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But telling a millennial to cut out all their luxuries that they deem necessities would be the equivalent of telling them to cut off their social lives and social media presence.

But millennials listen up – there are tiny tweaks you can make that will add up to big savings overall.

Here are 5 little things millennials can start doing to start saving more money:

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#1: Wash your hair less
#2: Sign up for every "first order" on apps
#3: Skip boozy brunch

#4: Share entertainment passwords

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#5: Buy in bulk

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Whether it's cutting down on that Sunday bubbly or splitting accounts and memberships for services like Netflix and stores like Costco, these simple moves can help you end up with way more cash by the end of the month.

Watch the video above for more details on just how exactly these tips can help you.

RELATED: 10 things millennials aren't spending their money on

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1. Cable television

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2. Investments

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3. Mass-market beer

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4. Cars

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5. Homes

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6. Bulk goods from warehouse clubs

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7. Weddings

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8. Children

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9. Health insurance

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10. Anything recomended or reviewed by people they know

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