I carry a pair of plastic gardening shoes in the car - you know the kind, they are cheap and look like clogs with holes in them, and are hideous neon colors - anyway, I have been slipping them on when I have to walk in the rain and I am sure I have added to the life of my expensive sandals.
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iusually only shop every 3 month for non perishables and long life products via internet spending set amount no more then once a week for fruit veg milk and short life items thus saving £50 per month on going to the supermarket every week Clothes come mostly from charity shops only shoes underware bought new when special offer on so out of£200 a month i only spend half and rest is banked for rainy day48
Even if you use the same running/fitness shoes and gym bag every day, take your shoes out of the bag and let the bag and your shoes dry out when you get home from your workout. You'll decrease the chance of odors and prevent bacteria and mold from growing in places that would have otherwise stayed moist -- and in the case of shoes, that extends the life of the fabric.
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