“Your net worth to the world is usually determined by what remains after your bad habits are subtracted from your good ones.”–Benjamin Franklin
Living a frugal life isn’t the same for everyone.
It starts by defining what your priorities are and working backward from there. Once you know your priorities, have a purpose. Being frugal isn’t easy, no matter what level of frugality you choose to live.
That’s why you need a purpose sustaining you through the tough times. Forget about applying all the frugal hacks out there. Instead, build strong money-habits helping you live a frugal and happy life.
Learn to manage your money better, remove debt, and invest in yourself. Eventually, you’ll earn a higher income, feel happier, and be less stressed about money. Isn’t this worth being frugal for?