3 Ways Single Women Save More Money


I absolutely love being single. At least 99% of the time. But every once in a great while I find myself acting with great jealousy toward some of my non-single friends who seem to be reaping extra financial benefits that I don’t have just because they are married.

For instance, many of my married friends and peers are able to stay-at-home full-time or work only part-time to supplement their husband’s income. They have time to cook elaborate meals, watch daytime T.V., and practice non-income producing hobbies rather than spending all their time working or side-hustling. (Or so it seems in my head.)

In reality, I’m sure these scenarios are fewer and further between than I imagine. But still, there does seem to be some serious financial benefits of being married vs. being single. Because I don’t plan to cross over to the dark married side anytime soon, I’ve decided I have to embrace my singleness and use it save money as often as I can.

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3 thoughts to “3 Ways Single Women Save More Money”

  1. I’m a work from home mom and I think the last time I watched daytime tv I was really sick and took the day off. LOL Trust me, staying at home is not as relaxing as it would appear to be. There are always cheerios to clean and dirty diapers to change. Dinner is rarely elaborate and usually in slow cooker form. 🙂

    1. I’m sure that’s true. We always think the grass is greener on the other side, haha. 🙂 I do wish I worked from home though as I know I could get more done that way than what I accomplish at the office.

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