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9 Lesser Known Habits of People Who Save Money Well

Written by Grace & Silas
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We live in an era of mass consumerism, so it may be a challenge to save money and improve our finances. And according to some research, the majority of Americans are in debt.

Now we all know a few people who are really good at saving money. So how can they be so good at being careful about their spending? It’s because they have certain habits that help them to manage their money well. And in this article, you’re going to learn the 9 lesser-known habits of people who save money like a pro.

They Have a Retirement Account

People who are careful with their money think about their future and take some steps to have a peaceful retirement. When you get old, you won’t be able to earn money as much as you do now, so create an account to invest money into your future; you’ll be glad you did.

They Keep Track of Deals and Discounts

Good savers always research cheaper alternatives to the things they want. They compare the prices and read reviews of the products they’re about to buy. Being aware of the market will always help you to make a wise decision while purchasing.

They Start With Small Changes

When you read tips on saving money, you may feel overwhelmed and start with saving huge amounts. But starting with huge changes may make things harder. Good savers know that setting unrealistic goals won’t be helpful. So they act according to their budget and start with saving small amounts.

They Save Money for an Emergency Fund

Nobody can know what will happen in life: health problems, unexpended car or house expenses, natural disasters. But pro savers consider the possible unexpected expenses and take cautions by saving money. Create an extra account and start saving money until you have at least $1,000 to spend in an emergency situation. 

They Don’t Make Sudden Decisions

When you saw something in a store and really liked it, you focused only on buying it without considering if you could afford it or not. These purchases are usually followed by regret. Good savers give themselves 48 hours before buying something they like. This helps them to think carefully and rationally before making an impulse purchase.

They Dine at Home

Eating out can be fun for you but definitely not for your wallet. We all love eating at a good restaurant and chatting with our friends but let’s be honest; eating out is expensive. Good savers minimize their outside meals and try to cook at home whenever they can.

They Can Manage Their Social Life

Having fun is necessary for everyone. But sometimes we spend so much on entertainment without even realizing it. Good savers plan their time carefully; they determine a budget for socializing and try not to spend more than they planned.

They Keep Record of Their Expenses

You should be aware of your expenses so that you can control your budget. Good savers write down their purchases, read their monthly bank statements, and check their bills to see if there’s a mistake or unexpended purchase.

They Don’t Delay Their Monthly Payments

Good savers pay their debts on time because they know if they delay them every month, it will only make things harder and there won’t be enough money to save for their future.


Becoming a super saver isn’t always the easiest, but with just a few of these money-saving tips, you can become one quickly. So give them a try and let us know what you think!

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Meet Silas & Grace

Silas and Grace always had a passion for travel. So in 2016, they started Chasing Foxes as an independent income source. 4 months after launch, they were making enough money from their blog to travel full-time, and in the past 5 years, they’ve been able to encourage others in their blogging journeys too. Learn more about Silas & Grace.

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