Happy Money Saving Community

If the word happy or friendly is in the title, I am on it. If that also includes a community of savings, I am on that too. Happier.co.uk is the place to go for a super friendly money saving community and I just recently heard about it.  Saving money or even making money is something that makes me extra happy, all those who are close in my life can tell when business is at a slow point because my personality and mood is slightly off. Even though money is not the route of happiness, saving money could very well be a strong part of the happy trail in life.

Whether you are looking to be savvier or looking for that special deal, there is a friendly community out there waiting for you to check them out. Saving money is a skill not everyone is born with nor is everyone taught the best way to save money. I personally have never been taught well in the financial area of life, I simply wing it and do my best to live in a way that we all have the things we need because the things we want can come later in life or never at all. Having the things you need and saving money on the things you need is vitally important to me.

Money saving guides are a great way to help assist in guiding you to financial success. This means that you will be better at saving money versus spending money. This means that you would have a chance to have that extra fund set aside for emergencies and/or the things you want in life. Saving money is important in this day and age. It seems CEO’s have huge funds saved up from all of those years prior to the economy crashing supposedly and the lay offs beginning for the middle class. They say there is no middle class anymore, you are either poor or rich; who cares what they say. I prefer to focus on what I can do with my own money I earn for my household. I prefer to research money saving guides online and being a part of a friendly money saving community so that I can learn to save money and find the best deals possible.

Saving money is important, are you good at saving money or not so good at it? What are some of your tips you have for others seeking to find a way to be better about saving funds?

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3 comments

  1. ❤ Julie Maloney ❤ (@Momspective) (8 comments) says:

    Money makes me dizzy. No joke I can’t manage it to save my life, my husband does everything. Lord knows what I would do if anything happened to him. I keep asking him to teach me and he’s shown me our budget (he counts it down to the penny) but there’s no way I could do that!

  2. Rosey (987 comments) says:

    I’m pretty darn good at taking care of my finances, BUT I have student loans coming due and that makes me NERVOUS! It took a long time to get where I am…I don’t want to get overextended and I know how easily that can happen. Taking a look at the money saving guide couldn’t hurt…preparation and all that good stuff…

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