In order to set yourself up for financial success, most people think about all the ways that they can make more money. But instead, it’s smarter to think about what you might do to save more. If you can cut out certain bad habits, you might be able to save more. Dailyfinance.com wrote about seven bad habits that could be costing you more than you think. The first, and potentially most expensive, is cigarette smoking. If you smoke a pack a day and live in a state with cigarette prices near the national average, you are likely paying up to $2,000 per year to smoke. For some smokers, it could be much more. Find out what the other six bad habits are by reading the full article.