Ways to save money and get wealthy

The t-shirt I am wearing here is 12 years old. I defintely got the value out of that shirt. Super proud

Penny-Pinching Paydays: My Hilarious Journey from Cheap to Wealthy

In a world filled with luxury cars, designer handbags, and dining at five-star restaurants, the idea of being incredibly cheap leading to wealth might seem like a joke. But what if I told you that penny-pinching can pave the path to prosperity, and it’s not as humorless as it sounds? In this blog, we’re going to explore how embracing frugality with a sense of humor can lead to financial success while tickling your funny bone along the way.

  1. Extreme Bargain Hunting: From Coupons to Cashbacks

Extreme cheapskates have elevated bargain hunting to an art form. They’re the folks who bring a shoebox full of coupons to the supermarket, only to find out they’ve saved $5 on a $200 grocery bill. Sure, it might be time-consuming, but it’s also an exhilarating treasure hunt. They collect cashback rewards like rare Pokémon cards and turn grocery shopping into a competitive sport. And the best part? All those savings add up over time. I have saved alot of money using coupons. Big money!

  1. DIY Everything: Crafting Your Way to Savings

Why pay for a haircut when you can trim your own hair using a YouTube tutorial and a pair of kitchen scissors? Extreme cheapskates are the DIY masters who can transform a potato sack into a stylish, eco-friendly wardrobe. They not only save money on haircuts, clothing, and home repairs, but they also discover hidden talents and creativity they never knew they had. It’s like a frugal superhero origin story!

I started losing my hair super young. It was the best thing that ever happened to me. I don´t even pay for haircuts anymore. Don´t be jealous.

  1. Repurposing and Recycling: One Man’s Trash, Another Man’s Savings

Being cheap is all about finding value in things that others might toss aside. Extreme cheapskates know that old furniture, rusty tools, or leftover building materials are potential gold mines. They take recycling to the next level by turning trash into treasure. Plus, repurposing not only saves money but also contributes to environmental sustainability. Double win!

The first couch ever bough was from a garage sale. It was kind of dirty, but the savings was marvelous.

  1. Bartering: Haggling Your Way to Prosperity

Extreme cheapskates are fearless when it comes to haggling. They’re the folks who try to negotiate a discount at the dollar store. They’re the ones who haggle at garage sales to buy a $1 item for 50 cents. In their world, everything is negotiable, and every transaction is a high-stakes showdown. If they can save a buck, they will.

I negototiate for my coffee in the moring. I tell the baristas that I forgot my wallet and they sympathize. I am awful but it works.

  1. The Art of Re-Gifting

Re-gifting is the ultimate skill of an extreme cheapskate. Why buy a new gift when you can rewrap that toaster your Aunt Mildred gave you for your wedding and give it to your cousin’s birthday party? It’s not just a money-saving tactic; it’s a way of life. Just be sure not to re-gift in the same social circle—unless you’re willing to face the wrath of re-gifting karma!

People always buy me clothes for my birthdsay. I say thanks to them because they really bought a shirt for my brother for Xmas. A huge savings.

  1. Turning Trash Into Cash

One person’s trash is another person’s treasure, right? Well, extreme cheapskates take this saying to heart. They scour the neighborhood for discarded items, fix them up, and sell them for a profit. From flipping furniture to reselling forgotten knick-knacks, these penny-pinching entrepreneurs turn curbside cast-offs into cold, hard cash.

One time, a friend of mine sold me his car for $200 dollars. I then sold it for $1000. Do not hate the player, hate the game.

  1. Embracing Minimalism

Extreme cheapskates often stumble into the world of minimalism. They realize that owning fewer things not only saves money but also simplifies life. They declutter their spaces and their minds, focusing on what truly matters. And it’s all done while pinching those pennies.

Do not buy crap that you don´t need. It is not very smart. Instead, invest money into a stock or retirement fund.

8. Choosing the Right Partner

If you think you met a good woman or man, and she doesn´t agree to do something very cheap on a first date, like go for a coffee or have some rice, it may not be a good sign. If she insists that you need to get her an expensive steak meal, you are in for a long and expensive road ahead.

Choose the right partner or trying to be frugal may not even matter.


While the journey from being really cheap to wealthy might seem like a laughable adventure, it’s all about embracing frugality with a sense of humor. Extreme cheapskates demonstrate that you can save money, find joy in the little things, and ultimately build wealth while having a few laughs along the way. So, let’s toast to those who turn every penny into a punchline and find wealth in the wackiest ways possible!

Gonna go have my lunch now, which is some ramen noodles. I got them on special, 2 for a buck!

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