Sometimes when we’re thinking about saving money, we turn to the web for some ideas. But there’s a lot of STUFF out there. To make things easy, we compiled a list of our favorite money saving lists. Some lean towards the classic, but others are newer lists and present some novel ways to save. So bookmark your favorites (or this page) for an easy and quick way to get inspired.
This one has all the basics – and I forget so many of them. Review this one once a year…
A bit of the old and new, these suggestions are simple and effective.
This one includes the science behind some buying behaviors and how to out-smart your human nature.
While it’s got the usual suspects, there are quite a few unconventional suggestions – like volunteering to lift your spirits for free.
Many of these involve changing habits (that wait 48 hours until you buy can be tough!). But then, saving is a habit we all should want.
I like this because it’s a straightforward list. Just the tips! Plus, there are links out to examples for some of their suggestions.
Yes, we all can learn from Millennials who use tech to help them save.
Covers the nitty-gritty of budgeting and saving long term.
Follow this nearly broke bloggers yearlong money journey with the goal of saving $1000. Some excellent and novel ways to pick up money to save.
Another concise list, this one is grouped into categories like saving on auto or home expenses.