Being Frugal Vs. Making More Money

I’d rather make more money than try to be more frugal. Too many people are focused on being overly frugal and trying to save as much as possible. Listen, I get it. Stashing away money is financially a SMART thing to do, but way too many people are going to ridiculous lengths to do it. Being frugal has its positives & its negatives:

  • More time for things that matter
  • Less stress
  • Always purchasing cheap products
  • Missed opportunities

Life is meant to be enjoyed as much as possible so go out and ENJOY it. I’m not saying to rack up debt to your eyeballs on that lavish, 2 week cruise vacation… But, live within your means. That’s the key to being financially comfortable no matter what income level you are at.

Add Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Take a Break From Social Media
Finding Your Passion is Utter Nonsense
It’s Not a Millennial Problem, It’s a People Problem
There’s a Time To Listen to the Noise
Being Physically Present Does Not Mean You’re Working
It’s Completely OK To Freak Out: Let it Happen
The Same Old Boring Stuff Works Year After Year
January
I Should Just Take January Off Already: All Website Owners Should
Which Financial Bucket Would You Choose to Be In?
Being Frugal Vs. Making More Money
Making More Money
Saving and Investing Your Money Won’t Make You Financially Rich: Making More Money Will
Risk
Chances Are Likely Your Biggest Gains Will Come From Your Greatest Risks