The first lesson in learning how to spend is learning how to not.
Look at new items with a side eye and think, “Do I really want you here?”
Stopping to think through questions like these will likely help you make smarter decisions with your spending.
Imagine how much you could save if you could cut all your expenses in half!
Choosing the right moments to buy convenience with your money brings value to your life.
We can gift our loved ones a powerful gift while maintaining a budget.
Who can remember every purchase you made? But remembering is how to keep your purchases reasonable.
The presumption that there is always more fun to be had has a two-fold positive effect on my life.
When I was really young, I did not realize that food had a season. What a privilege of our modern era!
The thrift of taking care of your things is a wealthy mindset that pays off every year you don’t need to buy a replacement.
A wishlist is a force of thrift both for you to defer your consumption and for your family and friends to ensure that all the value of their gift makes it to your heart.
When my desires can endure the distance of a week, I buy it.
It is easy to find yourself browsing the store when you spot a t-shirt with a phrase that you can hear your friend saying. Avoid making a purchase by taking a picture.
Most of our regular use of items is habitual. Developing a mindset that uses less requires changing our habits.