How to Give Saver’s Block the Boot

How to Give Saver’s Block the Boot

How to Give Saver’s Block the Boot

Are you suffering from saver’s block? If you don’t know if you are or not, we will list two of the most common symptoms associated with saver’s block. Lack of ideas or never ending to-do lists are two symptoms that lead to saver’s block. The most prominent sign that you have saver’s block is that you lack the ability to save money.

Money, at this point, is not your friend, as it keeps running away from you no matter how hard you chase after it. The reason it’s so far away is that you aren’t able to hold it down. Therefore, we will provide you How to Give Saver’s Block the Boot.

  Plan Less, Do More

Don’t spend your entire day, planning about what you still have to do. Instead, take charge and start doing what’s on your list immediately. Throughout the day, the list will keep growing; your aim should be to decrease it. For instance, put the money in the safe deposit, pay the bills, or talk to insurers about getting another price.

  Focus On What Can Be Done

Take care of the tasks that you achieve immediately and rank each task as small, medium, and big. Start with the smallest and most achievable task, and then work your way backwards. A small task is not to buy coffee from the store, but make your own. A medium task is paying some of your bills. A big task is to get a new and improved deal on your home loan rate or car insurance.

  Do Not Attempt to Carry Out New Tasks

Don’t move on to doing new tasks when you still have previous tasks remaining. You want to complete each task successfully, before moving on to a new one. If you leave tasks uncompleted, your saver’s block will remain, as the incomplete tasks will become a burden on you down the line. Your aim is to complete twelve of each type of task, big, medium, and small at the end of the year. Completing all of these tasks in order will help you save money.

  Get Some Inspiration

You will need to sit down and jot ideas that will help you reach your goals. You will need some inspiration to get started so here is a list that we came up to get you inspired:

  • Set a goal for yourself to reduce your weekly groceries bill by $50
  • Look at your health funds to see if you can lower your premium or acquire a new provider

Saver’s block is one of the worst things that can happen to someone, as it prevents him or her from saving money. If you do not want to get saver’s block, follow the tips mentioned here to boot it.


"I'm very careful with money - both my parents were very sensible with it and I grew up to become an obsessive saver." ~ Murray Walker



A Selection of Saving Quotes

“For me, acting was a way of taking destructive energy and doing something productive with it, and in that way it was quite a life saver.” ~ Nicolas Cage

“I always have this feeling that I’m losing everything, so I’m a real saver.” ~ Mark-Paul Gosselaar

“I’m very careful with money – both my parents were very sensible with it and I grew up to become an obsessive saver.” ~ Murray Walker

“I’d describe myself as a saver, but just sometimes I can spend like a kicking horse! Ryman is the one shop I can’t go past without going into. I just can’t resist lovely stationery.” ~ Joanna Lumley

“I’m a very safe saver. I save everything. I save all my money and my parents raised me like that.” ~ Kat Dennings

“I’ve always been terrified about not having money. I’ve been a big saver and a big earner. When I’ve been out of work, I’ve always found another job. I never wanted to get into debt, because money was very tight when I was growing up. I never felt deprived, but I couldn’t have the things I wanted.”

~ Cherie Lunghi