The Frugal Benefits of a Regular Schedule


When I was in college and, later, working my first jobs, I never had a regular schedule. The jobs I had back then were either temporary or service oriented. Sometimes I’d work nights, sometimes days, and sometimes both. I worked holidays, weekends, and other times when no one else could or would work. It wasn’t until later that I was able to get a 9 to 5 job. When I did, I immediately discovered the frugal benefits of having a regular schedule.

When I was working all hours of the day and night, it was difficult, if not impossible, to plan things like meals or shopping trips. Since I never knew more than a few days in advance what my schedule would be (and, with temp work, where


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3 Responses to The Frugal Benefits of a Regular Schedule

  1. joezchambers says:

    The methods of saving have significantly changed over the past five years. More people are looking for their savings online in their inbox, Facebook and Twitter.

  2. Edith says:

    Budgeting, like so many things, is all about habits. If you set good budgeting habits, and good habits that save you money then you will do them on a regular basis.

  3. True. The more organized your time is the more money you save.
    Great article.

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