Live Beneath Your Means

This is just another tip to help you save money. Know what you are able to afford and live with that! Think before making a purchase about whether you are living beneath your means. Is that extra round of drinks at last call really necessary? Can you even tell the difference between the designer purse and the knock-off? But, the tricky part here is to still enjoy the money you’ve worked hard to earn. Don’t stay in every night of the week since you’re dead-set on catching up on your savings. Spend money but make sure you really enjoy what you’re buying. If you enjoy overindulging in adult beverages occasionally, or if you do love designer purses, then go for it! Spend money on what makes you happy so you can enjoy the fruits of your labor, and don’t spend money on things you really don’t want or need.

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