Saving your change can quickly add up. When my husband and I were struggling to make ends meet and we were expecting our first child, we saved all our change for the first 6 months of the pregnancy. When we added it up, we had $90 which was enough money to buy her stroller! This was money that was basically painless for us to save.
In the Budget Binder, I teach you to get cash out of the bank for your grocery and miscellaneous funds. As you spend money from these envelopes, make sure you always break your dollars and save your change. Always add your change to your fund.
For the 2012 Disney Fund, I saved $145.43 in spare change for our trip. It really does add up!