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Fast Ways to Cut Your Expenses with the Coronavirus

Cut Expenses Coronavirus

Are you looking for fast ways to cut your expenses with the Coronavirus? The entire world has taken a step back and urgently looked at their finances. Individuals, major corporations, mom and pop businesses, and the government are all desperately making swift moves with the Benjamin’s to stay afloat financially. Holy guacamole with the $2.2 trillion dollar stimulus!

This unprecedented time brings light to the importance of emergency funds and ditching the paycheck to paycheck cycle. Even if you haven’t been affected financially with unemployment or reduced hours, the silver lining with the pandemic is to have an urgency to getting your finances order. Money matters.

I’ve got your back with lightning fast ways to cut your expenses NOW with the Coronavirus.

We’ll dive into two epic, yet simple ways to cut your expenses to apply to your financial life today.

This is part of a video series I created called The Coronavirus Money Survival Guide, with must-use tips to stay sane and (not go broke) during this pandemic. You can catch up on the series here:

When it comes to paying off debt, building an emergency fund, or saving up for your dream home, it all boils down to two things. To move the needle and see progress increase your income and/or cut your expenses. That’s it!

Cutting your expenses doesn’t mean you have to deprive yourself.

I took off most of last year on a sabbatical and traveled full-time. The highlight of the trip was spending over a month in Hawaii and then I transitioned into living in an RV. The entire year I spent only around $25,000! You can check out the complete breakdown on my expenses for the year here.

In the video you’ll learn fast ways to cut your expenses with the coronavirus including:

  • How to get crystal clear on your expenses (versus always being blind-sided by expenses)
  • The one and done method to cutting your expenses
  • A brilliant way to manage day to day expenses like groceries
Cut Expenses Coronavirus

Watch the video now and start cutting your expenses! Let me know, how have you cut your expenses? If you have creative ways that you’ve cut expenses, please share your ideas in the comments! If you like the video, be sure to like it to let me know you enjoy watching.

Stay sane and stay healthy. Things suck right now, but it will get better!

P.S. You don’t have to figure this money stuff out alone.  Do you have a money question? Comment in the video. I’m taking questions about money and the coronavirus to answer. Let’s work together. Learn more on how money coaching sessions work here.

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