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How many do you have?

That's my point, you quickly lose track because many subscriptions are relatively small, but they accumulate quite fast.

I have started keeping a list, so when I check my bank account every other day, I put all transactions for active subscriptions on that list to get an overview. I would then upgrade the ones I like to the less expensive yearly subscriptions and cancel the ones I don't use.

You don't have any apps on your smartphone that are billed on a recurrent basis? No Apple iCloud, no Dropbox or other online storage (like Apple iCloud), no password managers or anti-virus? No subscriptions in iTunes? No online fitness programmes or stuff like that? No news services? No web hotel-fees? I could go on :)
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