How to Really Save Money This Year: 5 Expert Tips

Financial expert Sandra Hanna shares five strategies for smart saving (and spending). Read on for her tips on how to save money

Don’t Look at Numbers First

Those who are most successful at reaching their financial goals think first about why they’re setting their goals and what they are trying to accomplish. Maybe it’s the freedom of being able to travel debt-free or the pride of buying your first home. Whatever your goals, focus on the bigger picture rather than specific numbers. Write them down, make a Pinterest board, talk about them and make them real and you’ll be much more likely to stick to your goals and make changes for the long run.

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