The first step is to identify your family's income and expenses. In other words, you need to draw up a budget. If you start there, it will be easier to save as this step allows you to visualize your spending and, in turn, reduce or eliminate any unnecessary expenses. Once you have created a budget and identified your income and expenses, the next step is to reduce your consumption levels, starting with energy.
In every home, there are multiple household appliances that consume electricity continuously. Therefore, to reduce your energy bills, turn off any appliances when they are not in use. For example, during the day, open the curtains instead of turning on the lights. Likewise, remember to turn off the TV when you are not watching it. These two simple actions will help you to save on your bills.
Similarly, heating and air conditioning are two of the most energy-consuming systems in the house. So, try to use them in moderation. Of course, you can turn on the heating and air conditioning, but it is important to use these systems responsibly. Try to keep your house at a comfortable temperature (about 21°C in winter and about 26°C in summer) and avoid any extremes lows or highs.