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5 Quick ways to boost savings starting today

by , 25 November 2014

When the economy goes sour, more and more people start reconsidering their spending and readjust their budgets.

However, saving should be a priority for you regardless of the state of the economy. If you get into the habit of saving, up will live much more comfortably knowing that you still have control over your financial future.

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Sure, saving is hard and you probably won’t be able to save colossal amounts. But if you arm yourself with determination and motivate yourself to save, you can achieve your financial goals sooner than expected.
Follow these 5 simple tips and watch your savings grow.
1. Shop less
Makes sense, right? If you want to cut spending, simply go shopping less often. Sometimes if you just give yourself a few hours before making a purchase, you realize you didn’t need the item in the first place. Get in the habit of questioning your shopping decisions before making the purchase and you’ll save yourself a load of cash.
2. Go out for lunch instead of dinner
It’s a known fact that lunch is cheaper than dinner in popular restaurants. If you really want to grab a bite to eat after work, make it a once-a-week kind of thing, not a daily routine.
3. Bring your own lunch to work
Whether you feel the pressure to eat lunch out every day with your colleagues or you simply can’t get yourself to prepare something at home, it’s time to kick this habit to the curb. Bring some leftovers from dinner or make yourself a sandwich for lunch and you’ll save consistently each month.
4. Give up on those bad, expensive habits
You probably know that certain vices are killing you financially while also degrading your health. Smoking, drinking, eating junk food – they are all bad for you as well as for your wallet. Quit one bad habit at a time and reward yourself for every success – you’ll thank yourself later.


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