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3 Ways You Can Treat Yourself For Less

There comes a time when even the most frugally frugal person needs to just treat themselves. Some kind of splurge for themselves that makes the whole world better for a moment. Something that makes them feel better about the day they had.

I am in total support of this kind of splurge. The world is full of wonderful things and constantly denying yourself is just a silly way to live. Even celebrities on strict diets talk about their cheat days.

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Spend Your Money on Experiences, Not Things

I recently helped a friend move cities. She had gotten a new exciting and grown-up job as a director at a company in a city about 3 hours away. She had to pack up her entire life and move it in a short time.

As a friend, it was my job to be there with the tunes and the arms to help her get it done. After she had gathered her stuff from around the entire house and was trying to get it into boxes, it struck us both: she had so much stuff.

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How to Focus on Meaningful Spending in 3 Steps

Have you ever been intentional about your spending? Even if you keep a budget – have you gone through your expenses to make sure you’re getting enough value out of them?

If not, it’s time to learn how you can incorporate meaningful spending into your life. Why? Because meaningful spending will alter your finances in a positive way. We’re breaking it down into 3 easy steps!

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