Guest Blog by Pammy Dolls
It is easy for us to say that we save money or that we know how to save money, but, when asked how much we have saved in a year, we start guessing numbers like we’re betting in a lotto kiosk. It’s a wonderful feeling of fulfillment when we actually know the amount that we’ve saved – or when we see our savings going up.
Here are some tips on how to save money:
I hope you’ve enjoyed the money tips I have written for you today. You may have already thought about some of them, but it’s always a good reminder to save money.
Share us your thoughts in the comment!
About the author
Pammy is an IT professional turned a full-time writer for the web and the creator behind Joyful Source website. A recent newly wed living in Sacramento, California. She would love to express her thoughts freely and had been wanting to create something new to share to the world. She is also passionate about technology and is currently working as a digital marketer and a social media influencer.
Thank You for reading and thanks Pammy for writing!
I love your article! I am interested for post that is related to money saving.. Because I am guilty of spending unwisely (sometimes). But I am really picking up the pieces to be better on this. Thanks for you tips, this one got me - Limit your spending on family gifts.
This is such a great list of tips that could be so useful to so many people that find it hard to save. By adopting some of these suggestions, people can easily start to see how they can make a significant difference to their future. Great post.
This is such a great article. Very informative, and insightful. I especially like the zero spending day. :)
I've been trying to save up for a big trip but there's a few stuff mentioned here that I haven't tried yet. Will be giving them a go.
9 & 15 can make a MAJOR difference!
These are great tips planning your spending and then keeping track of what you actually spend works wonders!
Special yes to packing lunch to work...eat healthy, save money!
I am really wanting to get better about couponing. I wish I could say I do. I want to but my time is so crunched as is.
The grocery store is one of my biggest downfalls. Especially if I shop when I'm hungry. I make myself stick to buying only the things that were on my list. If I'm feeling weak in the area of self-control, I'll ask my husband go instead!
Nice tips on saving money and making our household budget in limits. Bringing home cooked food to school or office is money savior and helathy too.