This week the challenge is to save…. $24
How did you do last week with saving $50? You should have an extra $592 in savings now.
Here are some tips to help you save money:
- Keep a pitcher by the sink and in the tub. Whenever you are running the water to heat it up, collect the water and use it to water your plants, boil pasta or make lemonade or tea.
- If you currently drive during rush hour, talk to your boss about changing your hours so that you can either come in earlier or later than you currently do (and work a full 8-9 hours). This way you will miss the gas guzzling traffic while still working your full shift.
- Set a timer to see how quickly you can complete your shopping trips. The less time you spend browsing the store, the more you will save! This will help cute down on impulse buying.
What is the Money Saving Challenge? Click below to learn more:
Are you up for a Money Saving Challenge? You’ve probably heard of the 52 week money saving challenge and I thought it would be fun for us to do it together! I wanted to change things up though and instead of us saving in typical order, I have devised a way for us to save $1397 over the next 52 weeks while making it creative and fun! We won’t be going in numerical order and I replaced the $1-$9 amounts with $10 (so 10 weeks we will save $10).
Before you get started with the challenge, you need to make sure your family is on a budget. You can use my FREE Budget Binder to help get control of your finances. The goal for the money saving challenge is that the money will come from your weekly allowances and not from your overall budget. So you’ll save the money by saving more at the grocery store, not dining out, using less gas, avoiding spending money on miscellaneous items, etc.
You’ll deposit the money into your fund. In 52 weeks, you’ll be $1397 closer to your goal just by doing this challenge! You’ll continue to save money in other ways too. For a trip to Disney World, you’ll need to save about $3000 (aiming for at least a 5 night trip, maybe longer!). My goal is to help you do that in 18 months. If you do this challenge for the next 18 months, you’ll have $2095.50 saved by October 5th, 2016. You’ll just need to save $904.50 from other creative ways! That means you could visit Walt Disney World during the holiday season in 2016 and if you can get off during the first 2 weeks of December, you’ll pay some of the lowest prices of the year.
Join the Saving for Disney with C2D Facebook Group to discuss the challenge and more ways to save money!
$10 – April 3rd
$40 – April 10th
$20 – April 17th
$52 – April 24th
$33 – May 1st
$12 – May 8th
$33 – May 15th
$46 – May 22nd
$15 – May 29th
$29 – June 12th
$20 – June 19th
$49 – June 26th
$38 – July 3rd
$11 – July 10th
$30 – July 17th
$51 – July 24th
$22 – August 21st
$37 – August 28th
$50 – September 4th