11 Ways to Be Frugal and Save Money

Managing your money so it goes further is critical right now to hold on to more of your cash and income. One way you can do that is by becoming more frugal.

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5 months ago

These tips can help you become a frugal expert

  1. 1

Create a BudgetSetting a budget may not be fun, but the benefits you will reap are worth it. And thankfully, with the best budgeting apps, it’s easier than ever to create your plan.

  1. 2

Use Coupons When You CanYou can be frugal and start saving money by using coupons when you can.

  1. 3

Save on GroceriesYou can save on groceries by skipping delivery fees, cooking meals with more inexpensive ingredients like rice and quinoa, and planning your meals before going to the grocery store to make sure you don’t end up wasting food. Consider throwing away food like throwing away real dollar bills.

  1. 4

Reduce Monthly BillsLook for any ways you can cut down your bills. If your phone or internet bill is too high, consider shopping around. Also, watch out for wasting on electricity, and never leave on lights, TVs or other electronics you aren’t using.

  1. 5

Cancel Streaming Accounts You Don’t UseLook for services that are paired with your phone bill, too. Make sure you’re not paying for any streaming accounts you currently aren’t using.

  1. 6

Reduce How Much You Dine OutPrepare your meals at home, even if it’s just a few more times a week or month, especially if you commute to work. You can cut out a lot of spending on dining out for lunch or dinner by eating at home instead. A nice meal at home can be a great way to spend time with people.

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Stop Paying to Work OutFind activities and exercises that are free to get in your steps. There are tons of options for working out at home or outside without having to pay for it. Cut out gym memberships and activities that require expensive equipment. You can find workouts on YouTube, free yoga classes in your community, join a running group or just walk a hiking trail.

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Buy Used Itemsthis is not only frugal, but also green! Buy products or clothing used from sites like eBay, Craigslist or Facebook Marketplace. You can also find garage sales around the community, shop at thrift stores for clothing or furnish your home from consignment stores. The savings are huge!

  1. 9

Share and Swap With FriendsIf you are tired of your clothes, but they’re still good, try swapping with friends. You can also swap many other things, like sports equipment, furniture, even houses.

  1. 10

Look for Cash Back RewardsGet a reliable cash-back credit cars with easy redemptions. You can use your rewards to pay your credit card or funnel into a savings account.

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Use your Local LibraryYou can borrow tons of things from public libraries, and books are just the beginning. Check out your local library to borrow movies and audio books too. Some innovative libraries even let you check out tools, activity kits or musical instruments. Ask your neighborhood librarian to help you get started       Ryan M Tronier









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11 Ways to Be Frugal and Save Money

Last updated 5 months ago

These tips can help you become a frugal expert

  1. 1

Create a BudgetSetting a budget may not be fun, but the benefits you will reap are worth it. And thankfully, with the best budgeting apps, it’s easier than ever to create your plan.

  1. 2

Use Coupons When You CanYou can be frugal and start saving money by using coupons when you can.

  1. 3

Save on GroceriesYou can save on groceries by skipping delivery fees, cooking meals with more inexpensive ingredients like rice and quinoa, and planning your meals before going to the grocery store to make sure you don’t end up wasting food. Consider throwing away food like throwing away real dollar bills.

  1. 4

Reduce Monthly BillsLook for any ways you can cut down your bills. If your phone or internet bill is too high, consider shopping around. Also, watch out for wasting on electricity, and never leave on lights, TVs or other electronics you aren’t using.

  1. 5

Cancel Streaming Accounts You Don’t UseLook for services that are paired with your phone bill, too. Make sure you’re not paying for any streaming accounts you currently aren’t using.

  1. 6

Reduce How Much You Dine OutPrepare your meals at home, even if it’s just a few more times a week or month, especially if you commute to work. You can cut out a lot of spending on dining out for lunch or dinner by eating at home instead. A nice meal at home can be a great way to spend time with people.

  1. 7

Stop Paying to Work OutFind activities and exercises that are free to get in your steps. There are tons of options for working out at home or outside without having to pay for it. Cut out gym memberships and activities that require expensive equipment. You can find workouts on YouTube, free yoga classes in your community, join a running group or just walk a hiking trail.

  1. 8

Buy Used Itemsthis is not only frugal, but also green! Buy products or clothing used from sites like eBay, Craigslist or Facebook Marketplace. You can also find garage sales around the community, shop at thrift stores for clothing or furnish your home from consignment stores. The savings are huge!

  1. 9

Share and Swap With FriendsIf you are tired of your clothes, but they’re still good, try swapping with friends. You can also swap many other things, like sports equipment, furniture, even houses.

  1. 10

Look for Cash Back RewardsGet a reliable cash-back credit cars with easy redemptions. You can use your rewards to pay your credit card or funnel into a savings account.

  1. 11

Use your Local LibraryYou can borrow tons of things from public libraries, and books are just the beginning. Check out your local library to borrow movies and audio books too. Some innovative libraries even let you check out tools, activity kits or musical instruments. Ask your neighborhood librarian to help you get started       Ryan M Tronier