5 FRUGAL DAILY HABITS THAT SAVE A LOT OF MONEY ● HOW TO SAVE MONEY FAST ● FRUGAL LIVING ● MINIMALISM

**5 FRUGAL DAILY HABITS THAT SAVE A LOT OF MONEY ● HOW TO SAVE MONEY FAST ● FRUGAL LIVING ● MINIMALISM**



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5 FRUGAL DAILY HABITS THAT SAVE A LOT OF MONEY ● HOW TO SAVE MONEY FAST ● FRUGAL LIVING ● MINIMALISM (EXPAND)

In this video I share 5 FRUGAL DAILY HABITS that I have implemented over the years in order to save a large percentage of my income while paying bills and paying off debt. What are some habits you have that save you money fast???

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44 thoughts on “**5 FRUGAL DAILY HABITS THAT SAVE A LOT OF MONEY ● HOW TO SAVE MONEY FAST ● FRUGAL LIVING ● MINIMALISM**

  1. Cat Harris

    Gosh you’re so full of wisdom. Thanks for speaking to my heart. I need to find several of your videos to add to my “discover who I want to be” list

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  2. Bubbasizer

    I have found the best way to never over spend is to have clear goals in mind, and to only use cash and no credit or debit card, can't spend more then you have on yourself if you only use cash.

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  3. Simple and sweet

    I totally have the same philosophy as your deep truth. The only competition which is meaningful is the one with yourself.

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  4. Hey Hey Casey Rae

    MAD! I am freakin' ticked!! Why has youtube not suggested your channel to me sooner?? Love the tips hon, and looking forward to binge watching more!

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  5. Hayley Myles

    Hi from the UK x yes you are so right…being organised is key. Before I started my new financial journey I would just go food shopping with NO list and chuck everything in not paying to much attention to cost…now I look back I was overpaying at least 200 pounds per mnth and that's just one area I've also cut back and become frugal in all other areas and I did keep thinking why didn't I do this yrs ago but now I'm just glad I did and can pass my methods on to my teenage children x thanks u have been a massive help listening to your chats x

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  6. mama2threelittles

    Great video! Just found your channel from Instagram and read your ebook. Looking forward to more videos. Awesome tips!

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  7. tojiroh

    The only person you can compare to yourself is, well, yourself. 🙂
    This pisses me off with (not so modern) Education/Society/etc. It's not a rat race, it's about tracking your OWN achievements!

    My frugal habits: eat healthy, sleep well, SPEND well, so you may binge once in a while… until you stop feeling the need to binge at all. 😉

    Subscribed!

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  8. Eleni Nakou

    I am exactly the opposite to you as I never plan and I end up sending a lot of extra money… Food for thought… Thank you!!!

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  9. Deb Beckesh

    You are so right!! Don't compare yourself to others! Your right everyone is on a different level on their journey! I love your frugal habits.

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  10. Silver Sun Aenohr

    Most people I know buy things brand new and are "deal chasers." I know one person who found a deal on name brand clothes at outlets – the items cost about 25%-30% less than retail – so this person bought three of this or that item for her kid, three for the other kid, and two for herself. She did that for a number of items. This woman's spouse was so upset about all the money spent at the outlets. He agreed to outlet shop to save money on back to school clothes but they ended up spending "a fortune" in his opinion. Both parents work and Dad works two jobs, they both complain about bills, clutter, and their car broke down recently. When I mentioned that I got some things for my kids at thrift stores and consignment shops and I only bought my kids shoes new she stated that thrifting is okay when your kids are younger but not when they are teenagers. "My kids are picky and I also don't want them teased." My kids are picky, too. I have two teenagers, two younger kids, and 80% of their clothes are thrifted. It's never been a problem, socially. It's also common to see elementary school kids with $100 to $400 sneakers where I live. Your channel is a gem!

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  11. Deb Beckesh

    I love the last tip. Don't compare yourself to others. We are in a fixer upper that is paid off. I would love to have it done at the snap of my fingers but I'm learning patience from you. My friends all have nice houses and are decorated really pretty. I just keep my focus on the end result and our vision board. 😊

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  12. How Jen Does It

    Great tips! You are right, it's so important not to compare ourselves with others especially when we haven't seen "the before" or all of the hard work that went into saving, etc. I'm glad I started my channel at our previous home that was much older and smaller 😊.

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  13. Kimberly Cochran

    Yes Yes Yes!!✝️Amen✝️Every one of your strategies is spot on. The want for instant gratification has been the fall for many people around me. 😐

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  14. ding hern

    I've always been called cheap… but I don't care! hahaha… I'm actually happy that I get to save. Being frugal is the way we were raised. Amen on the not adding clutter to your home so you don't need to declutter. Love all your tips, I can totally relate!

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  15. E R

    Great advice Kim as per usual. I got off the whole FB thing I was sick to death of the showoffs and people from the past, everything seemed like a show to me, I don't want to live in that world thank goodness, I look out for myself and my family and try to be debt free completely one day, social media can be a hindrance, people showing off so much its crazy. I am so thankful I am not in that world or do I want to participate in that social media world.

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  16. Naz

    Loved all these as tips & suggestions for myself. A few years ago I started being honest with people who wanted me to take items from their home. I finally got comfortable saying "thank you, but I have all I need & will use. Please give it to someone who can use it & will love it".

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  17. julia meares

    Our fifth child moved out 9 months ago now leaving an empty space. We bought a queen size mattress on sale and all of the linens and curtains as well. We painted the room(light bluish grey tone) and added a black wrought iron bench that was a gift to me. We inherited a side table and I refinished it lightly and placed it beside the bed. The view from a larger window up higher and is beautiful displaying tall trees beside a creek and a small hill of green grass and wild lavender below. The room has no art and needs a few lamps so I made a list of these things that I will look for at the Good Will stores in our area. We have many and some are located in a very wealthy area about ten miles from our home. I am also looking for a narrow dressing table and bench with a mirror (maybe oval ) to hang above it. I decorate minimally but with something interesting in each space to soften it so it won't have too sterile of an appearance for guests. It isn't easy being frugal but the finds are worth the search when you see the completed process of your patience. God bless and thank you for your daily inspiration that helps me to remain content with the work in progress. Patience is not my strong suit especially when decorating so I need this channel as a referral to stay on track!

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  18. Heather Rowe

    I LOVE this video! Such great habits:) I am working on not comparing myself to others. I went a little extreme a few months ago and quit facebook, but I don't miss it. I had so many "friends" trying to sell me stuff from multi level marketing companies. It was to the point that most of them were selling something, contacting me often and I would love to buy those things from them but I just can't and then I'd feel really bad about it. They would try to get me to sign up under them and I would see all of the wonderful things these companies would provide for them but that just really isn't my thing. I felt bad and made the annoucement that I needed to quit for a while. I need to work on myself before I go back.

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  19. Linda Wilson

    You mentioned clutter in this video. Did you have to get rid of lots of clutter when you moved from your former house to the apartment? Did you do a video on this and, if so, could you please provide a link to it? Many thanks!

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  20. O

    Love this! My husband and I are huge planners as well (some may call it "boring" 😒 who cares!). Great reminder about not comparing to others in their journey, something I find myself doing more often than I'd like. Thanks for your inspiring videos!:)

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  21. Susan Velez

    Love your inspiration chat, I have never compared myself to anyone either mama. I had what I had and was happy and made it work. I think that is a very unique quality to have….. SOOOOOO many people want to be like the jones…. Not me I just need a man in my life. I'm so short I can't even do things on ladders LOL….. Maybe not a move in one just a part- timer. LOL …… I always love the messages you give in your video's great job darling ! Bessos …. XOXOO 💃🏽💃🏽💃🏽💃🏽💃🏽💃🏽

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  22. markdodge126

    Buying clothes etc off season is great too. Like in fall when summer clothes are all on clearance. Or winter when Christmas things are on clearance. Also buying Christmas things on eBay in summer is cheap too.

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  23. To Do Today

    Love that you mentioned hanging on to stuff for a reasonable time! So many of the minimalists assume unlimited money to replace things. Not in my neck of the woods, hah.

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  24. Beth Gordon

    Great tips! I am a planner for real! I plan everything; I even have 2 or 3 back up plans just in case my first plan doesn't work out the way I planned. LOL! For me delaying gratification has been the key. Question: how did you and your husband get on the same page regarding minimal living and debt free living? If you already have a video about that topic, would you link it for me? If not I'd love to hear your thoughts.

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