Welcome to week three of the Saving for Disney Challenge. If you aren’t aware of what the challenge is, take a moment to read over this post (You’ll also find a link to past week’s recaps in that post). You can jump in at any time….don’t think you can’t because you didn’t start with us. We do not have to all save at the same rate.
Are you ready to kick off your savings? I have a 5 Day Email Course that will teach you how to start saving for Disney now!
Cut Out Unnecessary Spending
One of the first ways that you can get started is to cut out unnecessary spending to help you save for Disney. When is the last time you printed out all of your bank and credit card statements and reviewed them? Well today is the day!
Set Your Grocery Budget
In order to grow your Disney fund, you need to set a grocery budget. The idea of setting a budget can be extremely overwhelming. It’s very important that you take a deep breath and set a realistic goal. Here are the steps to follow to set your family’s grocery budget.
Don’t Waste $10 A Day
Did you know if you waste $10 a day, that’s $3650 over the course of a year? I’ve rounded up 10 ways for you to save $10. Check and see if I added something you haven’t thought of.
Save at Restaurants
Do you know a restaurant that has an ongoing meal deal? Here are 10 that we know of that offer ongoing meal deals and special offers.
Keep Earning with Swagbucks
We have our 5th Swagbucks lesson to share with you this week.
Money Saving Tips
- Save on Stamps
- Sell Your Kitchen Items Without Having A Garage Sale
- Save on Ground Beef
- Follow Brands on Social Media
- Condiment Hacks
- 5 Tips For Selling Old Clothes
- 5 recipes for a family of 6 under $13
C2D Team Member Fund Deposits
- Marisa’s Baby Savings
- Brandy’s Universal Fund
- Kristen D’s Couponing to Somewhere
- Sara’s Disney Fund
- Kristen B’s Disney Fund