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If you no longer want to bother your parents about getting you a new skateboard, you can opt to set aside a certain percentage of your allowance. Nevertheless, if you do not have any idea how to start building up your funds, you can always keep the following things in mind.
Make a weekly budget for the money your parents give you. The first thing that you can do is list all of the important things that necessitate the use of financial resources. Afterwards, allocate a realistic amount for every item that you need to spend money on. If you still feel that your budget will not allow you to save enough money for your dream skateboard, you can always go back to the list and eliminate the other items that you can live without. This may be a difficult process but by allowing your objective side rule, you will eventually slash a significant sum of money from your usual weekly spending.
The spare monetary value that you have successfully cut off from your allowance can go to your skateboard purchasing funds. Who knows, you might even have some extra cash that you can use to buy some accessories to make your skateboarding life more exciting than ever!