7. Take the stairs
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Once you get to work, avoid the elevator and take the stairs as often as you can. You can make it a game for yourself, seeing how far you can get into your day before you take the elevator for the first time.
Climbing stairs is a great cardio workout — and one that you can do at work or at home without needing to own or rent one of those expensive step machines.
8. Plan your meals
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To succeed at both losing weight and saving money, plan out what you’re going to eat.
If you know in advance what you’re going to eat, you’ll be less tempted to give in to pastries on coffee breaks.
9. Make some time to play
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Friends, kids or pets are often more fun than even the most entertaining book or movie.
Plan some activity that involves family hikes, long dog walks or just a round of Frisbee tossing at the local park.
You will feel more energized by these activities than if you sit like a lump in front of a movie screen for two hours. You also won’t spend money on that bucket of buttery popcorn.
10. Take the frenzy out of your schedule
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Although this may be easier said than done, decluttering your schedule will likely take some of the cost out of your harried life.
We often shell out extra money for the sake of convenience. Being less busy gives you more time to plan for success and reduce the rushed decisions that often result in poor food and financial choices.
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