1) Have a written out plan: they say if you fail to plan you plan to fail, so the main thing you need is a written out step by step plan you think can help you achieve a saving culture, like what percentage of your salary you are saving, what time of the month, are you opening a special account or starting a saving scheme with friends etc.
2) Take inventory of your expenditure: having a break down on how much you make daily, weekly, and monthly will help you know your scale of preference, and help you decide those extra important things like transport to work, food, data bill etc using your bank statements would help you with this. If you bank online, you may be able to filter your statements to easily break down your spending.
3) Have a budget: the next step to actualize you saving a bit of your income is by having a proper budget break down therefore begin to organize your recorded expenses into a workable budget. Your budget should outline how your expenses measure up to your income—so you can plan your spending and limit overspending. In addition to your monthly expenses, please note that you must have the budget written out so you can follow through have a monthly, weekly and daily budget.