Today – easy ways to save money in 2020
If you would be wealthy, think of saving as well as getting. –Benjamin Franklin
Today I am going to look at easy ways to save money in 2020 and tell you the 5 things I have put into place this week to make this happen.
Easy ways to save money in 2020
There truly are so many easy ways to save money. You simply have to get started
Here is how to save money in 5 easy steps:
- Using AI to help you.
- Getting a savings jar started
- Cancelling direct debits I no longer use
- Hit the pause before you respond to any invitation
- Set up regular savings
Save money on the big, boring stuff so that you have something left over for life’s little pleasures. –Elisabeth Leamy
Apps that save money
We living in a time of amazing technology and it so useful to harness this and use it to our advantage. Chip is a clever app that automatically puts money aside for you based on your spending habits, so you can save without feeling it! technology creates easy ways to save money in 2020
Using AI to scan your transaction history, Chip moves the perfect amount so you won’t even notice it’s gone! Give it a try and I think you will find yourself pretty amazed. What a brilliant idea..I absolutely cannot wait to get started with this and save without even noticing!
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Best ways to save money
I happen to think one of the best ways to save money is where you can see it- it may be old fashioned but a good old saving a jar means you can absolutely watch your money grow. I have started a £2 coin jar. When it is full I will take it to the bank. I am finding it uber satisfying popping my £2 coins into this jar and I think it is such a good thing for my kids to see too.
Easy ways to save money don’t get much easier than this do they? Do you have savings jar? Or do you think it is an outdated notion?
Fast and easy ways to save money in 2020 (tackling those forgotten subs)
Cancelling direct debits I no longer use has to be the fastest
ways to save money so I have scoured my accounts and a few magazines have bitten the dust and a language course I was paying for that hasn’t been used in months.
Sigh. It is the oldest trick in the book isn’t it to get you to sign up and you think to yourself oh yes I’ll cancel when the promotion ends and then you juts the don’t.
Well, I have now!
Easy ways to save money in 2020 and takes mere moments.
Saving money living better
There are so many times in my life that I have said yes to things that cost me money because I did not want to offend.
Hitting the pause button before agreeing to financial obligations will allow me to really consider if this is how I truly want to spend my money or whether or not I am better saving it. This could be a dinner out, a movie, the theatre or even a short break.
It may seem odd, but sometimes YES I would rather save my cash and so I need to practice and learn how to pause then come up with a polite but assertive response that enables me to say no. This my life and I want to save money live better and do what I want to do with my money not what I feel obliged to do.
Do you hit the pause button or is a yes form you and then regret your default response?
Saying no or pausing before you respond simply takes practice but in terms of easy ways to save money in 2020, it is a simple matter of response.
Easy ways to save money in 2020 have to include regular savings
Perhaps the best way to save money is to set it up so you don’t even notice it. I have a set amount transferred from my bank account along with my bills at the start of each month. This happens without me noticing or thinking. My savings are a priority and just another bill and so they never get put on the back burner.
* I am also going to be making money by decluttering this year if you would like to read about this *
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Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen six, result happiness. Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure twenty pound ought and six, result misery. –Charles Dickens
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Tell me about your savings plans for 2020 – what easy ways to save have you begun to put into action? Do drop me a comment below, I always love to hear from you.
The habit of saving is itself an education; it fosters every virtue, teaches self-denial, cultivates the sense of order, trains to forethought, and so broadens the mind. –Thomas T. Munger