They say the earlier you start saving money, the greater the wealth you make by the time you hit the age of retirement. For example, if you start saving money at the age of 25 versus another who starts saving at the age of 35, chances are you will have greater wealth in your account.
But does saving money means not living lavishly? Does it mean you cutting down expenses and gulping down your dreams or wishes? Not necessarily. Saving money is not synonymous to not living lavishly. There is a world of difference between being frugal and just not spending at all.
Here are 7 ways in which you could live a lavish life while saving money: