Combine these easy money saving tips for 2020 with daily habits to change your life and financial future. That’s right, friends, your eyes do not deceive you… Save Like A Bear is now on YouTube!
It’s taken far longer than I planned to edit, but finally here’s a video I was desperate to share. There are SO many daily opportunities to save, and the best part is that means we can start today if we want to change our spending routine.
This is your daily checklist of simple money habits to save in 2021 and beyond. Return to this video as many times as you need for a reminder ASAP of how you can save money today with quick changes to your habits and your life.
These routines from a cast of animal characters combined with advice from James Clear’s Atomic Habits on creating rituals should help you save money and spend responsibly while making saving fun. (Pssst… Did you know you can listen to bestselling books for free? James Clear’s audiobook is included in a free trial of Audible).*
Don’t let your money control you; control your financial future and ask yourself the questions at the end because when you have a system, the goals take care of themselves.
This blog post has the original checklist that inspired this video:
Besides easy money saving tips, I’ve also been making some videos about this year’s reverse advent calendar initiative. Find out how you can help someone in your local area by watching, or search #FoodbankAdvent on social media.
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My other channel Bear Meets Life is for colouring along with me if you like to relax with adult colouring books, gel pens, and some chill music! Why not?? One of my better lockdown discoveries, for sure. P.S. When you see whose picture I’m colouring in… well, let’s just say, people without a sense of humour need not apply.
How much will you save?
*Disclaimer: I am an Amazon Associate and may earn commissions for purchases or free trials via the links above. I’m not a financial advisor and the channel and this blog do not provide financial advice. We can sail together though on rough seas and swap what we learn as anecdotes!