Friday, July 22, 2011

3 Ways to Spend Less Money

Today’s title is "Three Ways to Spend Less Money".
1. Run Your Energy Only When Using It
The first way to spend less money is by only running your energy while you’re using it. For example, run your electricity while you’re using it. If you’re not in the room when the TV’s going, then you might be wasting money. When you’re looking at brushing your teeth, you run your water when you have the toothbrush under the faucet; but when you’re actually brushing, and you’re running you’re water, that can be a waste of energy. As such, run your electricity and your water only when using them.

2. Have a List Before You Go to the Store and Stick to It
Another way to save money, or spend little or less money, is to have a list before you to the store. Before you actually go to WalMart, Target, or wherever you’re going, have a list. Check off your list, and stick to the list. If you’re one of those people who, like me, who like to go to stores, and once in there, look at other stuff, then having a list can actually help you to stay on budget.

3. Drive More Out of Necessity than Pleasure
Another way to save money is to drive more out of necessity than pleasure. This can help you to save gas. If you’re like me, then it might be hard for you to do at first. I’m one of those people who likes to go riding. I like to ride, especially if it’s sunny and warm, then I like to get in the car and go. However, if you do more of your driving out of necessity than pleasure, then you can see that, at the end of the month, you’ll have more gas; and you’ll have more money. One way to do this is to map your trip before you go so that you do all that you need to on one of side of town, while you’re one that side of town.

These are three ways that you can save money, spend less money, or however you want to phrase it: You can run your energy only when using it; have a list before you go to the store, and stick to it, and drive more out of necessity than pleasure.

Thank you for listening. I’m Jovi “Professor Jovi” Brown. Until next time, let’s think better, and do better. I’ll take comments for this blog, right here on, and you can also comment on Facebook, LinkendIn, Twitter, and Youtube.

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  1. Hi.

    One more thing I like to do is use public transport. It's awesome as it allows you to save money, and read books at the same time since you dont have to worry about driving!

  2. I think frugality is the name of the game!! If someone can defeat their urge to want to spend more, they've just about completed the battle!!

  3. @Siddharth Goyal, thank you for your comment. I agree that public transit can help save money....@Employee Rewards Programs, thank you for commenting, and I agree that controlling the urge to spend can help......

    What do both of you feel about impulse control and spending?

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