Do you struggle to save money? Why not take part in our 12-month 1p money saving challenge and save £667.95 in a year. Read on to find out how the challenge works and download your free money saving chart.
I started this blog at the beginning of the year to document and share my journey to financial freedom. This year I’m being mindful and intentional about how I spend my money, ensuring that I’m disciplined and every penny is accounted for.
As I’ve mentioned a few times already on this blog, my aim is to 1) earn more 2) spend less and 3) invest the difference. In order to help me spend less and build my investment fund, I’ll be taking up a number of money-saving challenges. The challenge I’ll be discussing in this post will last for the duration of 2019. whereas the other money savings challenges will be set monthly.
I started the challenge a couple of weeks ago and it lasts for 365 days. By the end of the 365 days I would have saved £667.95! But how, you ask? Well, I started the challenge on 1st January 2019 and saved just 1p. On the 2nd of January, I added 2p. On the 3rd of January, I added 3p. Today, Day 17 I added 17p – my current total is a whopping £1.53! While you may snigger at this tiny amount it’ll soon add up. As the old proverb says: ‘Look after the pennies and the pounds will look after themselves’.
This challenge is simple for anyone to take part in. You can start today as I’m only at £1.53 so you can easily catch up. I’ve created a free 1p Money Saving Challenge Chart which you can download. Print it out and stick on your wall to keep track of the amount you’re saving daily.
Take part in the challenge and save £667.95 in 365 days without even feeling a dent in your purse. Don’t forget to print off the challenge chart and stick it up where you can see it to remind you to save.
Are you going to try out this money saving challenge? Please let me know in the comments below.
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