1. Put the process on autopilot Setting up an automatic transfer from your checking account to your savings account will help ensure that extra money gets tucked away before you have a chance to spend it.

2. Set up a budget A budget will help you better track your spending and keep it to more of a minimum.

3. Reduce a large expense you spend a lot of your income on That could mean selling your car if you technically no longer need it now that you're working remotely.

4. Shop mindfully at the supermarket Make a list of what you need and plan meals in advance before you start loading up your shopping cart.

5. Order less takeout You'll spend a lot less if you replace some of those prepared meals with groceries.

6. Cancel your meal delivery kit Meal delivery kits may be a convenient way to prepare dinner, but buying your own ingredients could result in a lot more savings

7. Brew your own coffee It may seem like blasphemy, but skipping the coffee shop trip could save you a lot of money, especially if you go every day.

8. Cut the cord on cable You probably don't watch all those channels anyway. Streaming services could be a more cost-effective option.

9. Cancel streaming services you don't use There's no sense in paying for streaming content you never access. If you have multiple services, get rid of the one you utilize the least.

10. Stop paying for the gym Walking, jogging, or biking outdoors won't cost you a dime. Neither will doing aerobics in your basement.

11. Find a better bank Savings account rates are up these days. If your bank's interest rates aren't competitive, move your money elsewhere.