It’s March, y’all. How on earth does time fly by so quickly?! I feel like I’ve JUST finished writing January’s wrap-up, and it’s already time to write February’s! Mercy! Oh well, there’s nothing to be done but take a quick peek at the top 5 posts here on the blog for the past month, I guess!
When it’s time to cut expenses, looking at everything big-picture-style can seem overwhelming. So, if you’re like me, it’s nicer to have just a few things at a time to work on. I mean, it’s a lot easier to begin a journey of 3 Tips to Better Manage Your Finances than it is to jump off into the abyss of How to Completely Makeover Your Finances, isn’t it?!
So we’re gonna put that into practice today. (You KNEW it, didn’t you?!)
When it comes to managing your personal finance, one of the biggest challenges that we face is working out ways to spend less money and save more. One of the best ways to accomplish this is to cut down on your monthly expenses, and even though some regular bills might seem small and insignificant when you’re looking at them on their own, adding them all together can be a shock for most people as they can soon add up to an enormous cumulative effect. To minimize the damage caused on a monthly basis, many people look for innovative ways to cut down expenses.
Save on Transportation
If you have access to public transportation, using it can save you quite a lot of money on gas, parking fees, and car maintenance over time. The cost of owning a vehicle is huge, but for a small percentage of it, you can get from one side of town to the other, to and from work, and to most important events by using public transportation such as buses, trains and trams. Even if you don’t want to completely sell your car, leaving it behind for journeys such as the commute to work or shorter journeys can help you to save money.