Posts Tagged “money saving”
You need to be smarter about the way you eat out, because it can be done cheaply, and you don’t have to compromise on any of the quality or the experience.
How do people accumulate millions, billions, gazillions of dollars? In many different ways: they inherit, they win, they gamble, they take out life insurance policies and hire hit men (JOKE). But for the most part, “rich” people become rich by saving and investing.
Here is the easiest thing I know about saving.
On nearly every New Year’s resolution list out there you’ll find some variation of “lose weight” and “save money.” Do you see a problem with either of these goals? Clearly there is one, because so frequently people fail to achieve them.
Our goals define largely how we view every single expense and our frugal mindset should be linked to these goals. It’s very possible to spend hardly any money at all. It’s even easier to spend all of your money at once. Neither would make much sense without considering how you envision your financial future.
This guest post from Trey in New Mexico goes with the theme of the week: living thrifty does not equate to joyless living. The Thrifty are not an unhappy, deprived people. They simply know how to weigh their wants against their really-wants and are able to set the former aside. Read how Trey was able to turn a passion into a hobby, and a hobby into a way to save some cash.