Looking for frugal tips for 2023?
Living frugally can help so many people, and this is why I love researching and sharing frugal tips.
Sure, you may already do a lot of things on this list, but hopefully you can find a few thrifty tips and tricks that you may have forgotten or overlooked.
Learning how to save money helped me pay off my nearly $40,000 student loan debt, and I practiced many of the frugal tips you’re going to learn about today.
I budgeted, cut my bills, found ways to make extra money, and more.
Practicing the best frugal living tips can be a life-changing thing. I know it can be hard at times, especially if you feel like you are already doing everything that you can to save money.
I actually get many questions from readers asking, “How can I save money when I am already frugal?”
I know saving can be hard at times.
I remember getting frustrated when I was living paycheck-to-paycheck and when I was paying off my student loan debt.
I was saving every last dollar I made to put towards my debt, while lots of the people around me were spending money and didn’t seem to be living as frugally as I was.
From the outside, it looked like they were having more fun, but I have no idea if they were taking on debt, living paycheck-to-paycheck, spending because they were stressed, etc.
I learned that I had to focus on my own goals, which was paying off my debt. Once I hit my goal, I kept practicing many of the same frugal tips that I used to pay off my debt. That’s how I was able to quit my job, become a full-time blogger, travel full-time, and more.
Learning new frugal tips and finding more ways to save money opens you up to new possibilities.
Always remember, every little bit helps when you’re trying to save money. $10 here, $20 there, etc. – it all adds up over time! [Read more…]