Tag: organization

Week On The Web: How to Want Less

How to Want Less – By Selena Maranjian

I think anyone attempting to live a frugal lifestyle knows that there is a difference between wants and needs. In this article Selena discusses ways to help you save money by wanting less. By avoiding things such as catalogs, email subscriptions to stores and TV commercials you can help avoid urges to buy unnecessary things and strengthen your personal discipline. Another helpful tip is to take inventory of your current possessions, keeping note of all the junk you have accumulated and also the stuff that you truly appreciate.

55 Best Ways to Save Money: Frugal Ideas From Our Readers – By Silicone Valley Blogger

When the Wise Bread team held a giveaway for their book “10,001 Ways To Live Large On A Small Budget” they challenged everyone to submit their “favorite money saving tip.” In the end, 55 submissions were chosen and featured in this article. From purchasing techniques like the “3 Day Rule” to lifestyle changes like canceling your cable TV and sticking to Netflix there are plenty of great money saving tips to incorporate into your own life.

20 Surefire Ways to Organize Your Life – By HL Clark

In today’s competitive work environment, your output isn’t judged solely on quality anymore but also quantity.  The more roles and tasks you take on, the more important it becomes to keep yourself organized.  In the article “20 Surefire Ways to Organize Your Life,” HL Clark writes a great to-do list on how to find a way to get your life organized that works for you.

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This Week On The Web: Getting Organized

Getting Organized – By Steve Pavlina

Keeping yourself organized seems to be one of those things that can be an extremely daunting task to some, while others find it to be second nature.  By having pre-established systems for dealing with clutter, not only can you get rid of the chaos and mess in your home/office but you can reduce the amount of stress that comes along with making the constant decisions of where to put everything.

How to Control Your Finances in 2011 – By J.D. Roth

For the past 5 years J.D. Roth has added a new tip every January to his evolving roadmap for building a better financial future. This year, there are 11 steps to help you get a hold on your money and hopefully help you find some financial freedom.

The 8 Worst Habits for Savings Money – By Ben

Generally speaking, thinking about your expenses is usually a good thing. This article points out 8 ways we might be over or under thinking our money habits. Things like keeping a list of items you want to buy, purchasing things as soon as you are paid and putting off paying more than the minimum are three examples of how you can save money just by acknowledging these less than frugal ways of thinking and acting accordingly.

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