I live and work in New York so my examples may be response may be Geographically economically biased.
The money saving tips I have been using over the past few months has been "Cooking my own Lunch" lunch can cost anything from $8-$15 / day. At nights, I cook dinner and a bit extra for the next day's lunch for me and my wife for roughly half the cost of "city-purchased lunch". This affords us a net savings of $400/month
I like Kathleen's suggestion of starting over every paycheck. I am a big fan of that. I would go a step forward and say, if you have outstanding high-interest debts, pay those off before you start / continue saving as a "penny spent is a penny lost".
Cutting back on some utility helps a lot. Sometimes there are cheaper versions at the same quality. My household switched from T-Mobile a few years ago and has been saving roughly ~$ 100/month on phone bills.
If you save in a bank account collecting .1-1% it would probably be beneficial to you to save that money in a mutual fund instead. This is ideal if you foresee yourself not needing the money for at least 6 months. I was elated when I first tried this. I put my $500/month savings into mine and by the end of 1 year I earned ~600 in interest. That's an extra $50/month toward your savings (experience may vary with this so do your research).
I hope this was insightful.