Can Saving Money Make You Happier?

5. Use a good credit card

If you need to use a credit to make your purchases, then choose a card that offers you enough rewards for every purchase you make. A credit card that offers points and rewards for spending can help you in making purchases through discounts, cashback, and travel rewards. So make sure you get the right credit card for you and take advantage of their reward system.

 

6. Live a life of comfort, not luxury

Making small changes to your current lifestyle is crucial for saving money. There are certain luxurious expenses that you can easily live without. However, if you cut out most of the things that help you and your family enjoy life and make you happy, then you won’t be able to save in the long term. Calmly figure out what expenses you can cut out and what things you need to feel happy. 

There is a thin line between what you need to be happy and what you want. Make sure you realize that. Moreover, if you spend only on the necessities and make a drastic lifestyle change, then sooner or later you will get frustrated and cave in, which will lead to an unnecessary impulsive purchase. So make sure you find the right balance between keeping yourself and your family happy and maintaining your savings account.

A life of financial freedom is a life of happiness

“Balancing your money is the key to having enough.” – Elizabeth Warren

Saving money makes a lot of sense for a lot of reasons. What doesn’t make sense is making a big unnecessary purchase that can land you in crippling debt. But savings doesn’t need to be a struggle for you. Savings should make you feel happy about it. That’s the whole point. 

Saving money properly gives you more options and peace of mind without altering your life too much. When you find the right balance between your living expenses and saving money, you will start reaping the benefits.


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Theo Harrison
Hey there! I am just someone trying to find my way through life. I am a reader, writer, traveler, fighter, philosopher, artist and all around nice guy. I am outdoor person but heavily into technology, science, psychology, spiritualism, Buddhism, martial arts and horror films. I believe in positive action more than positive thinking.
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