Frugality Buys You Time

We all know that time is our most finite resource. We all have a set number of days on this planet and we’re not getting any more. We can’t make or buy more time. Since we can’t make more time, it’s important to make the most of the time we do have. I’ve found that, “going frugal” has been the best way for me to “create” more time. No amount of money, whether spent or saved, can actually create or buy time of course. It’s just an expression. But frugality does give me more time to spend on the things that really matter to me.

People often ask me how that is possible since frugality sometimes brings up images of slaving away on chore


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2 Responses to Frugality Buys You Time

  1. Heidi Beckman says:

    You give a great definition of frugality–it’s about re-evaluating your priorities and deciding to live a life that is aligned with your deepest values, instead of spending money and time on less-valued things. I really like that way of looking at it.

  2. Monkey Mama says:

    I think the best thing about frugality is having more time (not working so much)!

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