You can save as much money as you want every month, it is up to you.
Making coffee at home, rather than buying it at a coffee shop, can save a hundred dollars a month, or more. Most work places have coffee machines, and they can be purchased cheaply enough for home use too. When coffee shops charge $3.00 for a coffee you can make yourself for $0.50, its a no-brainer.
Newspapers and magazines can be addictive, but often do nothing more than help us pass the time. Most news we can get for free on TV, or the Internet, and for that matter most news is just trivial in our daily lives and does nothing more than bring us down.
Although we live out in the country and have no public transport, my wife and I share one car. We bought it use so car payments are low. At one time we had a car that was so old we didn't make payments on it at all.
If you can work it so you can drive each other to work, or one can take public transport, having only one car, and a cheap car, will save you a lot of money per month.
I am the cook at home. My wife and I do like to go out to eat, but we know many people who go out far more than we do, and those people are spending a fortune on meals. If you do eat out a lot you can still save money by having a glass of water rather than anything else to drink, even soda pop is a rip off at most eateries.
If you need something try to find it at a second hand store. Even new (unworn) clothing can be found at second hand stores if you look for it. Garage sales also offer a lot of selection.
The key here is to only buy things you need and not get carried away buying things just because they are cheap!
We can all save money if we really think about it. Its not how much money you have that matters, it is how you spend it!
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