Financial challenges are a great way of focusing your attention on your spending or saving habits. They show you what you can do easily, what you struggle with, where you tend to cheat, and where you want to cheat but don’t. So where are we now that October is over? What will we take forward now …
What's the guy's take on #31DaysLWSZ? Here's what one husband thought about his wife's decision to go on the challenge and how it helped further their financial goals.
Have you ever gotten towards the end of a challenge, and felt stuck in your bad habits until you started reviewing where you were at the beginning? As I counted down the hours until I can buy a box of Cheezits and a bottle of wine, I looked at where I was this time last month. …
We've had some crafting challenges during #31DaysLWSZ, but not everyone's into crafting. Some of us need alternatives that still keep your non-spending goals on track.
Two weeks into the #31DaysLWSZ Challenge, I felt stuck in a rut of daily tasks I struggled to complete successfully. I had a choice: Get bogged down in dwelling on the details of the challenge, or see the bigger picture of how I'm reaching a goal of more conscientious spending.
When asked to reflect on the first week of 31 Days of Living Well and Spending Zero, I realized that for me it's as much a parenting challenge as it is a no-spending challenge. I'm afraid I spoil my kid, and I need to stop.
We've made it through the first four days of the 31 Days of Living Well and Spending Zero Challenge. While we breezed through Day's 2's inventory duty, I was challenged by menu planning and the other members of my family were surprised by all of the "No" decisions at the grocery store.
We've begun Frugal Living Boot Camp! Our household is making a commitment to changing our spending habits with the 31 Days of Living Well & Spending Zero Challenge, and we've already realized it's going to take some big changes.