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10 EXTREME MINIMALIST BUDGET TIPS (SAVE 70% OF INCOME) // Spend Less 💸 FINANCIAL MINIMALIST FAMILY

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Here are my top extreme minimalist budget tips to save more money with your minimalist lifestyle. Minimalism has helped us pay off debt and afford our dream life while still practicing balanced simple living. Our financial minimalist family still has SO MUCH FUN every day even though we spend less money because we use a minimalist budgeting plan that helps us to focus our time and energy on the things we love.

Minimalism and money go together like bread and butter, so here are 10 tips to save money like a minimalist RIGHT NOW!

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» I used this recipe below and subbed pumpkin for butternut squash and spinach for kale. Just add the spinach to the food processor WITH the pumpkin for pure green muffins. :)

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ABOUT SQUIRRELS OF A FEATHER
I was a sentimental hoarder who couldn’t let go; my husband grew up poor in rural China. Fast forward and now we are a happy minimalist family living our dream life in Europe.

Minimalism changed my life - now I want to help YOU unclutter your happiness!


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TLDR

1. Embrace your weirdness, ignore social friction against budgeting
2. Reflect on your financial goals
3. Track your money and create a budget
4. Cut Expenses (The big three: housing, food, transportation)
5. Think Free and Cheap
6. Practice Mindful Spending
7. Your Time in Money
8. Increase Your Income
9. Automate Your Savings and Your Payments
10. Continue to Educate Yourself

Author — Darth Vader

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I would love to hear your husband’s story if he’s comfortable sharing.

Author — M -

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I can't believe how rude people can be! The mother at the park rolling her eyes?

Author — Louise Yvette

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"Im not trying to accumulate money in order to accumulate material possessions". it's all about the freedom and the time!! this is it for me too❤️❤️

Author — Rachel V

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Im a singlemom and I was able to fulfill all my son's needs because of becoming minimalist.

Author — Mara Althea

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"All that clutter used to money, and all that money used to be time"

<<<< New subscriber. And I don't even want to be a minimalist

Author — Eduardo

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I'm sorry you lost your parents so young. I lost my dad and it was devastating. You have done SO WELL!

Author — DarcieGlam

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I just refreshed my wardrobe from my local thrift store. I LOVE everything I got, most were bought on 50% off day. One of the blouses is a Vera Wang I got for $3.25. I am debt free, own my home and cars and have my finances in place.

Author — momof2

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Bad money habits definitely led to no savings for us. I’m so glad to have made changes the last year to turn that around. I’m glad you shared this and I hope it helps someone!!

Author — Erica Lucas

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This video was really good! I was expecting the typical "don't buy Starbucks everyday" advice, but this was a lot better.

Author — ACL7211

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It doesn't happen so much now but people used to think my frugalism was wacky. I used to think to myself " Yep, you keep on working while I'm busy planning my escape". My husband and I paid off our mortgage early, completely gave up working at 53 and last year we also bought a holiday home - no borrowing involved. We're not financial geniuses - frugality got us here. The best thing is that we never, ever felt that we were going without. We wore nice clothes, ate good food and lived in a nice house. We were just careful with our money.

Author — Carolyn Wood

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I want to hear your husbands story and how you met and began dating, fell in love etc. I’m a total sucker for love stories

Author — Mellie Hicks

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my dad dislikes the fact i work hard to pay off my debt instead of getting married and starting a family right now (im 24) stop listening to other people and do you!

Author — Psoriasis Bodybuilder

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I never gave much thought about money but on my 25th birthday I realized I barely had assets and a lot of personal Loans and credit card debt! I changed my habits now I’m planning on being debt free and financially independent!!

Author — Toniii

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" I never look at my life in terms of what I'm lacking"

Author — Margarida

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My best friend is always trying to make me spend money and I keep telling her no. She keeps talking about how frugal and stingy I am but on the other hand her favorite brand is Dior 😅. Like I would never. I still love her tho haha! We just have different views on money.

Author — Sanvi Nadiga

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I would LOVE to see some frugal/minimalist food inspiration!

Author — Jessica Dawn

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Yep, we rarely go out to eat because I have learned to cook so well! You can learn anything on the internet

Author — Ann B

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If they lived paycheck to paycheck with THAT kind of money( anyone)— then they ARE living TOO high. This is in answer to your beginning statement.

Author — Ann McNeal

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I love the thrift store a little too much, lol

Author — Florina Romoser