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How to Learn to be More Frugal

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Being more frugal can be a great thing for your finances. If you would like to spend less money, for whatever reason, then you will need to learn to be more frugal. It may be something that you are not used to doing but there are some easy steps that you can follow in order to help you to get started.

Check Prices
It is wise to get into the habit of checking the prices of everything that you are buying. You may normally just pick things up without looking. However, if you look at the prices, you will start to know what is expensive and what is not. You will be able to start comparing prices as well, to see whether the things that you are buying are much dearer than you might expect them to be.

Set a budget
It can be worth setting yourself a spending budget. This could be monthly, weekly or daily. It will help you to start being more careful about what you are buying and deciding whether you really want the items that you are selecting. If you are limited to what you can spend, you may find that you go without some things and actually it is easier to do this than you might think.

Change brands
It can be worth swapping brands or shops to compare different items. You may always stick to the same ones and they may be more expensive than necessary. By swapping to alternatives you could save a lot of money and you may find that you like them better or just as much. Consider value for money and think as to whether the extra you pay is worth it. Sometimes it will be worth it and other times you will feel that you would rather save the money.

Look at money saving websites
There are many money saving websites out there which will give you tips on ways to save money. They will vary a lot and there will be all sorts of hints and tips to look at. Some may just not work for you, but others could be really useful and so it is well worth a look.

Set yourself a challenge
You could set yourself a frugal challenge to make things more fun. Perhaps try to reduce your spending week on week or see how little you can spend on certain things each week. It could become a fun competition with yourself to become the most frugal person that you know!



Rachel Henderson is a professional freelance writer from the UK. She writes on many subjects but specialises in personal finance. As well as contributing to various blogs and websites she has her own website tracking her own money making process and sells her books through

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