Download the free eBook Get More From Your Money to discover 140 budgeting tips to help you find areas to cut expenses and save money faster.
Wouldn’t you love to have more money left over at the end of the month? To look at your budget and see every bill paid, with extra money to spare for your savings, investments, or a fun night out with your family?
Let’s face it, we’d all love that!
My friends at Ultimate Bundles reached out to over 30 finance and frugality bloggers to find out what money saving tips are working for them right now.
They asked questions like:
What’s your #1 tip for saving money every week?
What are some tips for saving money on groceries, utilities, and household bills?
What are some date night ideas or fun family activities you can do on a budget?
What if you feel like you’re already doing all the things? What can you try?
What would you say to encourage somebody living on a tight budget?
What are some refreshing ideas for self-care on a budget?
Then they compiled the answers in a FREE eBook called: Get More From Your Money: 140 tips to help you save money faster
Click here to download the eBook for free. This book is only available through midnight on Tuesday, March 19th.
Get More From Your Money
This eBook is filled with bite-sized nuggets of wisdom that you can quickly read through and choose some ideas to start implementing right away. You will see some common threads in their answers which reinforces the fact that they are effective, so we should be using these strategies! But you might also discover some ideas that you hadn’t thought of before and that gives you a different way of looking at your finances.
The experts they interviewed are real people, with kids, jobs, and all the expenses of a normal life, who are finding clever ways to stretch their budgets to get more from their money.
One tip that Val Breit of The Common Cents Club shared in Get More From Your Money that I use regularly in my daily life is to think “about how many hours you’d have to work to pay for each thing.” She says, “If you earn $14 per hour, is that $30 takeout pizza and soda worth it or will the $3 frozen pizza and water suffice?” I apply this technique whether I am looking at new shoes, a kitchen gadget, eating out, furniture, or a car. When you think about how many hours you are working to pay for that item, it seriously makes you rethink whether you need it or not!
A tip that I picked up while reading Get More From Your Money from Eileen Adamson of Your Money Sorted and have already started using is to “Set reminders every year for around 6 weeks before your contracts are up, and compare every single bill.” She points out that the penalty for staying loyal to companies is huge and massive savings can be made, simply by switching providers. She says, “In terms of insurances, you will get the cheapest quotes around 4-6 weeks before the renewal date, so it makes sense to compare early.”
If you’re looking for ways to save money faster, your breakthrough could be hiding in one of these pages.