7 Lifestyle Changes πŸ’‘ to Help You save More πŸ’° and Spend Less πŸ’Έ ...

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How many times have we reminded ourselves that we ought to save more and spend less because we never know what will happen next?

And yet, we fall into this vicious cycle of doing what we don't want to do because it is convenient to do so.

Practicing a frugal lifestyle can be challenging but it need not be difficult.

Here are seven lifestyle changes you can employ to save more and spend less:2

1. Maximize Those Coupons

You're online most of the time, right?

Why not take advantage of those coupons to save on groceries?

A dollar discount for a loaf of bread, 75 cents off for a gallon of milk...

they all add up to the kitty.

Before you know it, you're able to save $12.

That may not be a significant amount that one time but when you do your addition and multiplication diligently, you'll know that that amount can actually grow over time.

2. Cook at Home

Sure, fast food is cheap but you can save more if you cook your food at home.

You already saved from using coupons, now you can stretch your budget by cooking at home.

You don't know how to cook?

There are several blogs, videos, and recipes available for free which will teach you how to cook quick and easy meals.

And there's a health bonus: you know exactly what you put in that homemade burger patty compared to that pink goo that fast food burgers are made of.2

3. Discover the Dollar Tree Store

Because it's a treasure chest of everything great but cheap!2

It's like Ariel of the Little Mermaid finding treasures from that sunken ship.

Dollar Tree stores offer a variety of products.

There are hair products that are sold for a measly dollar compared to their overpriced versions in online shops.

So...

yes, reconsider your affinity and obsession for online shopping and head on to one of these stores.

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