What is Frugalism?

A big part of our philosophy for saving big money revolves around this idea of shifting your mindset from consumerism to frugalism.

What Frugalism Isn’t

– Being frugal means you always spend as little money as possible. – Being frugal means you can never have nice things.

– Being frugal means you can never do anything fun. – Being frugal means you must deny yourself of all pleasures.

What Frugalism REALLY Is

The definition of frugal is economical in use or expenditure; prudently saving or sparing; not wasteful.

- Understanding how money-related systems work. - Using that knowledge to save money. - Getting maximum value and usage out of the purchases you do make.

The Bonus Key: Letting Go of Social Status and Image

This key is the secret to opening the Pandora’s Box of frugalism. It’s like a cheat that unlocks secret levels to the game of frugalism.

Shifting your mindset from consumerism to frugalism is extremely difficult. We are brought up with the consumerist ideology, and frugalism flies in the face of everything we’ve been taught to value.

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