Want to save money? Learn how to save hundreds a month without earning more

Want to understand your finances a little better? Wish you knew all the tricks when it came to how to save money? Or do you simply want to have more money to spend on the things that are important to you? Guilt-free.

Well if the answer is yes to any of those questions then good news! There is a free guide, available by signing up below, teaching you how to do it.

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This lovely little e-course will help you do the following:

  • understand your monthly outgoings a little better
  • see how your average spending on clothing, groceries etc compares with the UK average
  • identify which areas you want to spend less on (so that you can spend more on more interesting things!)
  • learn tips to save money on your household bills
  • find out how to spend less without buying fewer of your day-to-day purchases

How can you get this FREE e-course? Sign up below. Only your email address is required and at no point will you be asked to share any financial information.

Why have I given away a course that will show you how to save money? Well, this is FeastStyleThrive and the purpose of this site is to help you eat where you want, buy and wear what you want and live an amazing life. One of the biggest obstacles we face when trying to live life to the full is a lack of money, or a misconception that we lack the money to do what we want.

I’m not saying you should throw your money away on frivolous things but so many people are spending more than they need to on their utilities or their groceries or their travel.  By reducing what you spend, you have more to save and more to use to have a fulfilled and happy life.

So, what are you waiting for? Want to see if the course can help you save money?  Sign up here:

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20 thoughts on “Want to save money? Learn how to save hundreds a month without earning more

  1. “find out how to spend less without buying fewer of your day-to-day purchases” is where I have a few issues. I hate jumping from store to store and clipping coupons. I don’t need 10 or 15 of the same item so I can keep it really cheap. I love the tips.

  2. I am totally not good with saving money, I get to X amount and think “ooh that thing I wanted I can now have” and hey presto, back to the beginning x

  3. It’s amazing how the daily little things quickly add up. A coffee here, a shop bought sandwich there. By just cutting down on a daily cappuccino, we’d all be about £20 a week better off. 10 years ago, none of us were even drinking the blooming things! I’m as guilty as everyone else and need to ditch them!

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