Spend more money. Buy fewer things.

Cheap things usually are.

Try using your money more wisely.
Spending a little more initially  to get an item of higher quality
is a better use of your funds.

Better craftsmanship and higher quality materials create products
that are nicer to use, hold up better, wear out less often, and need replacing
less frequently.

Better tools often make a job easier,
quality clothing looks nicer longer, and
most cheap food is highly processed and less healthy.

(Frugal is different than cheap. Frugal means buying the good stuff when it’s on sale…..)

The next time you’re shopping
consider how much you’re spending and the value you are receiving.