Why Can’t I Save Money?

Everyone wants to save money, but it can be hard. Why is that? It’s certainly not because there aren’t any good reasons to save. In fact, there are plenty of good reasons to save money: You’ll be more financially secure in the long term; you’ll have more freedom to travel and do what you want, and you might even save enough money over time that someday you could retire early! But if saving seems impossible for whatever reason (let’s face it—we all have those days), here are some tips on how to get started making it happen today.


Are there any really good reasons why you can’t save money?


Some people ask, “What are the reasons I can’t save money?” It’s a good question—there are so many things in life that seem to get in the way of saving money. But there aren’t really a lot of good reasons why you can’t save money.


If you want to save money, then it’s likely going to be up to you. The reasons why someone else might have trouble saving money have more to do with their own personal situation than what type of person they are (or even how hard they try). For example, someone who has never had an emergency fund might struggle with saving because every time something happens that requires spending some cash, there isn’t an option for them except to use credit cards which usually involve interest rates and fees on top of what was spent originally on whatever item or service was needed at the time; meanwhile, another person who already has savings might find it easier because their investments earn interest over time while helping them build towards long-term goals like retirement or buying a house someday!


How to save money so you’re saving 10 percent or more of your income every month

If you’re looking to save more money, the first step is to set up a savings account. This can be as simple as opening an online bank account that automatically transfers a portion of your paycheck into it every time you get paid. Alternatively, if you have a brick-and-mortar bank branch near where you live, it might make sense for you to have an old-fashioned checking account (which will allow direct deposit) and then open separate savings account at the same place.


The next thing is paying yourself first each month—or even better, before bills are due—regardless of whether or not those funds actually make it into your “real” checking account. You want those funds out of reach until they’re earmarked for their specific purpose (like retirement).


It’s also important not to rely on willpower alone when it comes to saving money: Automate these deposits so that they happen without fail; otherwise, sometimes life gets in the way and we forget about them or decide not to do them because we’re busy doing something else instead.


Saving money is like building a muscle

If you want to save money, it’s a good idea to start with a plan. If you’re like me and don’t know where your next paycheck is coming from, then I suggest that you ask yourself three questions:

  • What am I saving for?
  • How much do I need saved by when?
  • What will my life be like if I have this amount saved by then?


Everyone can do it, but you have to start small, stay consistent and keep it up over time.


Saving money is a habit. It’s just like doing any other habit—you have to start small and build up over time, be consistent, and just keep doing it. You can’t expect yourself to save $100 one day out of the blue if you’ve never managed that much money before.


There are lots of ways to get started with saving money:

  • set aside a certain amount each week or month (like $50) and don’t touch it until your next paycheck comes in
  • put aside some money every time you get paid, no matter how little (like $10)
  • make sure all of your bills are paid before buying anything else


Angel Message Advice

As an angel, we are here to guide you in this problem. 


You need to save money. You’re living beyond your means and it’s time for a change. You know this, and you’re willing to make it happen. But how?


Start by taking a look at your budget and seeing where you can cut back on expenses. Then, set up a savings plan that works for you—whether that means putting aside $5 each week in a jar or schedule automatic monthly deposits into an online savings account.


Make sure that your savings plan is realistic—if it doesn’t fit into your lifestyle, chances are good that you won’t stick with it. And remember that saving money doesn’t mean depriving yourself; it means learning how to live within your means!


Prayer For Manifestation

Dear Angels in Heaven,


I pray that you will help me save money. 


I ask that you provide me with the wisdom to make good decisions about my finances, the strength to resist temptation and discipline myself when it comes to spending, and the patience to wait for my needs to be met instead of rushing out and buying things on credit. 


Above all, I ask that you give me the ability to understand that money is just a tool and not a goal in itself.


 Please bless me with financial security, so that I may use it well for God’s glory!