Let’s face it, times are tough these days. It’s getting harder to find stable work, and many people are struggling to make ends meet. On top of that, we are bombarded with constant marketing messages to buy this and try that… it never ends!
A lot of people make some serious sacrifices to make their money. Some of them wake up at ungodly hours to get ready for work. Some of them work throughout the night and don’t get home until the crack of dawn. Some of them sacrifice their weekends so they can work to put money on the table to support their families.
We work hard for our money.
So why don’t we allow our money to work for us?!
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Money is pretty much an issue for everyone. We all have some sort of debt, whether it be a car loan, student loans, apartment rent, monthly expenses… It isn’t a foreign concept to anyone.
Virtually everyone has some sort of debt.
But are you doing everything in your power to keep your debt to a minimum? Are you living a frugal lifestyle?
“What, me? Frugal? Living like a poor person? Hell no”. If that’s what you’re thinking, then you may need to get a new perspective on frugal.
If you’re anything like me, then you understand that saving money is just as great of a feeling as making money. After all, who doesn’t love snagging a great deal or saving a couple of bucks on something you already buy? However, there is still one tremendously simple way to save money that so many people overlook.
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Who doesn’t love a crisp twenty dollar bill? I know I sure do. But unfortunately, I had to train myself to part ways with carrying these little bills around with me everywhere I go.
Is it because I’m afraid of losing my wallet? Nope. Actually, knock on wood *knock*, I have yet to lose my wallet! The real reason comes down to good ol’ temptation.
As I’m sure you know, I am quite enthusiastic about saving money. Is it because I hate spending it? No. Absolutely not. I enjoy spending money and buying and trying new products and services just as much as the next guy (or gal). So then, what’s my issue?
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