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Frugalazy

Frugalazy

Everything in life is a trade-off. There is a fundamental choice that each of us makes over and over, every day, multiple times a day. We are constantly choosing between time and money.

Time v. Money

Do I pay for someone else to repair that leaky faucet (save time), or do I figure out how to do it myself (save money)?

Do I make dinner tonight (save money), or order takeout (save time)?

Do I shop around to find the best deals (save money), or do I buy something as soon as I see it (save time)?

Do I hire someone to clean the house (save time), or do I scrub the floors myself (save money)?

Are you a time-saver or a money-saver?

Many people fall solidly into one of two camps: they are money-savers and DIYers, or they pay for convenience to save time.

But what about those people who are somewhere in the middle? People who want to have more time and more money? They’re what I like to call frugalazy.

frugalazy dog

Dog-dog is the epitome of frugalazy

Fruga-whaty?

When you’re frugalazy, you stop choosing between either time or money. You choose both.

You value your time as much as, if not more than, money. You look for things that are cheap and convenient.

You’re ready to cut the unessential stuff out of your life so you have more time and money to spend on the things that really, truly matter to you.

Save time AND money? Not possible!

Believe it or not, there are tons of things in life that are both cheap and convenient. The genius of being frugalazy is that these cheap and convenient things are often also more natural, better for the environment, and better for your health.

There are frugalazy answers to many of life’s conundrums, like:

Stop choosing between time and money. You can save both, and make the world a better place at the same time. Be frugalazy.

Do you like to save time and money at the same time? It's my specialty: I call it being frugalazy. Come see if you're frugalazy, too, at SimpleMountainMama.com!

What have you done recently that has saved you both time and money?

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