Living frugally doesn’t mean you have to live a boring life. It also doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the best things life has to offer.
Frugal living is just a great way of saving money by making lifestyle changes that will allow you to have more money for the things that really matter.
It means that you know where your money is going and you don’t waste it on frivolous items.
You can be frugal and fabulous.
There was a time where I was making really good money, but by the end of the month, I was struggling to pay my bills. In fact, I would have to take an entire paycheck to pay my mortgage and stress how I was going to make it to the next payday.
I knew something had to change and I purchased Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University. Even though it was an investment, it is probably one of the best decisions I have ever made.
After creating a budget, I realized that I didn’t have a money making problem, I had a money saving problem.
My income looked good on paper, but my spending habits were out of whack. I spent most of my time shopping (when I was bored) and meeting coworkers after work for happy hour.
If you feel as if you’re struggling to make ends meet and need to save more money, below are some of my best money-saving posts.
Money Saving Posts
- How to Save Money at Starbucks
- A Great Way to Save Money on Groceries Each Month
- 25 Easy Ways to Save More Money
- Fun and Cheap Date Night Ideas
- How to Plan a Road Trip Without Losing Your Mind (or Cents)
- How to Earn a Degree Without Going Into Debt
- 7 Ridiculously Easy Ways to Save $10,000+ a Year
- 11 Romantic Ways to Show Someone You Love Them – Without Breaking the Bank
- Great Places to Watch TV Online for Free