Last week, I started sharing my money saving tips with you all. And though it could be termed as EVIL, some of you did like the post on how to reduce your phone bills. 🙂
So continuing with where I left, in this post, I will share another strange way to save lots of money. And that is to Switch Off your Television!
Yes. You read it correctly. You can save lots of money by switching off your television. And I am not even talking about the resulting reduction in your electricity and Cable bills. Believe me… even if you cannot just switch off your television, your financial life would benefit immensely if you reduced the number of hours you spend in front of your television.
But apart from the obvious benefits of bill reductions, there is another BIG indirect benefit of this. If you do not watch television, you are far less exposed to all kinds of advertisements (ads). These ads generally create a very glamorous and luxurious image of life, which may be a little beyond one’s financial capabilities. And when viewers watch such ads, it is possible that it would create negative ‘guilt’ related feelings. And we very well know what happens when we feel guilty. Our measurement of self worth keeps going down and down…and down.
A Broken Television – Short Term Loss. But Long Term Gain.
So put an end to reduce your television viewing and see your bank balance going up in due course of time. 🙂 What do you think? Would you reduce your TV viewing going forward? Or will you continue to be influenced by these television commercials?
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