Do I spend my time to save money or make money so I can save time?
Being frugal isn’t so much a passing thought, it’s a way of living, purchasing with intention and investing purposefully. With four children, my husband and I often talk about the best use of money… and time. We often debate:
- Do I spend too much time trying to save money?
- Am I spending too much time working, that I end up spending excess money for no reason?
You may find yourself in one of these two camps; as well as ignoring the subject all together, ending up spending too much time and too money and not much to show for either. Especially if you are managing a personal household budget and business accounts, being frugal and smart with your resources really has to be an intentional choice.
To start, you must ask yourself: Which do I value more? Time or money. Let me frugal-shop for you, so you can frugal-ship!!!
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