Lots of people wait for an opportunity to finally save money. But when that opportunity arrives, it all of a sudden doesn't feel like an opportunity, thus they wait for the next opportunity. And before they know it, it's too late.
"I'll save money when I have more money to save" isn't exactly an original excuse. I hear it all the time. Yes, you're likely to make more money than you do now, sometime in the future. The problem is while you're waiting to earn more dollars to save, time is ticking by. You're stuck thinking dollars matter, when in reality, time, which you're wasting hand over fist, matters as much as dollars.
Your opportunity to save more, like many opportunities in life, arrives to the party in a disguise. It actually can appear to be an insult.