Being Frugal When Saving Time And Money

“Price is what you pay; value is what you get.”  Warren Buffett

Nowadays, calling someone frugal is more of a virtue, like giving a badge of honor to that person. Being frugal or cheap is sometimes used interchangeably, but the terms have subtle differences.

It is not about having it all but about choosing your purchases carefully for you and your family.

1. Having A Purposeful Mindset

It is easier to save or manage money when you have a plan for your future. Determine your short and long-term goals

2. Motivate Yourself  By Knowing Your Goals

It is about spending thoughtfully and moderately and not on a whim. Know the difference between your wants and needs or living essentials.

3. Prioritize Spending To Improve Your Financial Health

Those who are frugal make economic rather than impulsive decisions.

4. Price Vs. Value

Even if you are not saving money, reusing bags at the grocery store, or not taxing our utilities makes economic and environmental sense.

5. Frugalness Is Good For The Environment

Time is money. Both are valuable resources, but time is more precious because it is finite. We cannot replenish time.

6. Be Frugal About Wasting Time

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