We all know we should spend less money and manage what we have more wisely, but when it comes to putting that into practice, it can be challenging getting our actions to match up with our intentions. What if instead of making a few big, potentially difficult changes to improve finances, it was possible to make many small, super easy ones? That’s the big question that Spendshift explores. Drawing in ideas from social psychology, life-hacking, start-up culture, economics, and more, Spendshift provides an entertaining and sustainable approach to finding the low-hanging fruit of financial success. The book offers 100 tips and strategies for rocking your finances by minimally tweaking your thinking on how spending works and what’s possible. In short, It’s the lazy-person’s approach to saving hundreds, if not thousands of dollars per year.