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Get yourself one of those big fat markers to start crossing off those boxes too! ;) That’ll make

Get yourself one of those big fat markers to start crossing off those boxes too! ;) That’ll make $1,000 – Fun idea, especially if you actually bank that money separately like you suggested. It’s interesting to me how $1,000 can seem like a lot of money, but when you break it down into smaller chunks it’s not that much per week. This chart might be useful for a bit because it gamify saving. I’d be interested to hear if anyone really finish this. Reply You don’t think the chart would get you to stop and *think* more about your saving/spending each week as you go through it?

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Get yourself one of those big fat markers to start crossing off those boxes too! ;) That’ll make $1,000 – Fun idea, especially if you actually bank that money separately like you suggested. It’s interesting to me how $1,000 can seem like a lot of money, but when you break it down into smaller chunks it’s not that much per week. This chart might be useful for a bit because it gamify saving. I’d be interested to hear if anyone really finish this. Reply You don’t think the chart would get you to stop and *think* more about your saving/spending each week as you go through it?

There’s definitely something more motivating about tracking cash toward a specific goal — or even just watching a “slush fund” build up for a to-be-determined use. I use automatic drafts to save a bit of money aside each week – over the course of a year $20 each week adds up to over $1,000 as well! I agree Digit is much easier – and of course I’m their #1 fan!

,000 – Fun idea, especially if you actually bank that money separately like you suggested. It’s interesting to me how

Get yourself one of those big fat markers to start crossing off those boxes too! ;) That’ll make $1,000 – Fun idea, especially if you actually bank that money separately like you suggested. It’s interesting to me how $1,000 can seem like a lot of money, but when you break it down into smaller chunks it’s not that much per week. This chart might be useful for a bit because it gamify saving. I’d be interested to hear if anyone really finish this. Reply You don’t think the chart would get you to stop and *think* more about your saving/spending each week as you go through it?

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Get yourself one of those big fat markers to start crossing off those boxes too! ;) That’ll make $1,000 – Fun idea, especially if you actually bank that money separately like you suggested. It’s interesting to me how $1,000 can seem like a lot of money, but when you break it down into smaller chunks it’s not that much per week. This chart might be useful for a bit because it gamify saving. I’d be interested to hear if anyone really finish this. Reply You don’t think the chart would get you to stop and *think* more about your saving/spending each week as you go through it?

There’s definitely something more motivating about tracking cash toward a specific goal — or even just watching a “slush fund” build up for a to-be-determined use. I use automatic drafts to save a bit of money aside each week – over the course of a year $20 each week adds up to over $1,000 as well! I agree Digit is much easier – and of course I’m their #1 fan!

,000 can seem like a lot of money, but when you break it down into smaller chunks it’s not that much per week. This chart might be useful for a bit because it gamify saving. I’d be interested to hear if anyone really finish this. Reply You don’t think the chart would get you to stop and *think* more about your saving/spending each week as you go through it?

There’s definitely something more motivating about tracking cash toward a specific goal — or even just watching a “slush fund” build up for a to-be-determined use. I use automatic drafts to save a bit of money aside each week – over the course of a year each week adds up to over

Get yourself one of those big fat markers to start crossing off those boxes too! ;) That’ll make $1,000 – Fun idea, especially if you actually bank that money separately like you suggested. It’s interesting to me how $1,000 can seem like a lot of money, but when you break it down into smaller chunks it’s not that much per week. This chart might be useful for a bit because it gamify saving. I’d be interested to hear if anyone really finish this. Reply You don’t think the chart would get you to stop and *think* more about your saving/spending each week as you go through it?

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Get yourself one of those big fat markers to start crossing off those boxes too! ;) That’ll make $1,000 – Fun idea, especially if you actually bank that money separately like you suggested. It’s interesting to me how $1,000 can seem like a lot of money, but when you break it down into smaller chunks it’s not that much per week. This chart might be useful for a bit because it gamify saving. I’d be interested to hear if anyone really finish this. Reply You don’t think the chart would get you to stop and *think* more about your saving/spending each week as you go through it?

There’s definitely something more motivating about tracking cash toward a specific goal — or even just watching a “slush fund” build up for a to-be-determined use. I use automatic drafts to save a bit of money aside each week – over the course of a year $20 each week adds up to over $1,000 as well! I agree Digit is much easier – and of course I’m their #1 fan!

,000 as well! I agree Digit is much easier – and of course I’m their #1 fan!

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Although it might not be as easy to dip into the savings with manual transfers (versus automatically). Reply The more games we play along the way, the faster the time shall pass, and the more likely we are to succeed. You could enter the amount you want to save and it could generate a chart that added up to that number.

You could link your checking and savings account to the app and have it do the transfer every time you scratched one off the chart.

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That was one of the biggest takeaways doing my Challenge Everything mission the other year…

Separated savings = multiplied encouragement Here are some parting words from Jamie who came up with this brilliant chart: “A simple way to boost your money saving chart is deciding that any “found money” you get will go into that account. In this way you cut it down into bite size chunks and picking up competitive motivation of beating the game, I’m forwarding this post along to some friends that have trouble saving. I’m already saving a lot to investment accounts and short-term saving accounts.Looking forward to see what Wednesday brings with the new savings account. I can think of so many other applications as well (such as extra debt/credit card payments).One thing I think this will help me with personally is getting ahead of my husband’s work expenses.If someone asked you to save

Separated savings = multiplied encouragement Here are some parting words from Jamie who came up with this brilliant chart: “A simple way to boost your money saving chart is deciding that any “found money” you get will go into that account. In this way you cut it down into bite size chunks and picking up competitive motivation of beating the game, I’m forwarding this post along to some friends that have trouble saving. I’m already saving a lot to investment accounts and short-term saving accounts.Looking forward to see what Wednesday brings with the new savings account. I can think of so many other applications as well (such as extra debt/credit card payments).One thing I think this will help me with personally is getting ahead of my husband’s work expenses.If someone asked you to save $1,000 right now, could you do it? ) $1,000 is a lot of money no matter what position you’re in. So, first, commit to taking this challenge this year, then secondly, come back in two days and see if this bank is a worthy spot to stash all your new cash. (Or would you need to go out and find a new hustle?? And I just found the PERFECT savings account to go along with this too which will reward you even more on TOP of these savings, hopefully motivating you even more :) I haven’t finished writing it up yet, but look for it to drop this Wednesday!I’ve created a savings goal in Digit (thank you for introducing me to that gem) and plan to use this chart along w/ my YNABing until I no longer freak out when I hear “So babe, I need this thing for work…” Reply haha. But clearly, Joe, you’ve elevated outside of this chart’s target market.

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Separated savings = multiplied encouragement Here are some parting words from Jamie who came up with this brilliant chart: “A simple way to boost your money saving chart is deciding that any “found money” you get will go into that account. In this way you cut it down into bite size chunks and picking up competitive motivation of beating the game, I’m forwarding this post along to some friends that have trouble saving. I’m already saving a lot to investment accounts and short-term saving accounts.

Looking forward to see what Wednesday brings with the new savings account. I can think of so many other applications as well (such as extra debt/credit card payments).

One thing I think this will help me with personally is getting ahead of my husband’s work expenses.

If someone asked you to save $1,000 right now, could you do it? ) $1,000 is a lot of money no matter what position you’re in. So, first, commit to taking this challenge this year, then secondly, come back in two days and see if this bank is a worthy spot to stash all your new cash.

(Or would you need to go out and find a new hustle?? And I just found the PERFECT savings account to go along with this too which will reward you even more on TOP of these savings, hopefully motivating you even more :) I haven’t finished writing it up yet, but look for it to drop this Wednesday!

I’ve created a savings goal in Digit (thank you for introducing me to that gem) and plan to use this chart along w/ my YNABing until I no longer freak out when I hear “So babe, I need this thing for work…” Reply haha. But clearly, Joe, you’ve elevated outside of this chart’s target market.

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Separated savings = multiplied encouragement Here are some parting words from Jamie who came up with this brilliant chart: “A simple way to boost your money saving chart is deciding that any “found money” you get will go into that account. In this way you cut it down into bite size chunks and picking up competitive motivation of beating the game, I’m forwarding this post along to some friends that have trouble saving. I’m already saving a lot to investment accounts and short-term saving accounts.

Looking forward to see what Wednesday brings with the new savings account. I can think of so many other applications as well (such as extra debt/credit card payments).

One thing I think this will help me with personally is getting ahead of my husband’s work expenses.

If someone asked you to save $1,000 right now, could you do it? ) $1,000 is a lot of money no matter what position you’re in. So, first, commit to taking this challenge this year, then secondly, come back in two days and see if this bank is a worthy spot to stash all your new cash.

,000 right now, could you do it? )

Separated savings = multiplied encouragement Here are some parting words from Jamie who came up with this brilliant chart: “A simple way to boost your money saving chart is deciding that any “found money” you get will go into that account. In this way you cut it down into bite size chunks and picking up competitive motivation of beating the game, I’m forwarding this post along to some friends that have trouble saving. I’m already saving a lot to investment accounts and short-term saving accounts.Looking forward to see what Wednesday brings with the new savings account. I can think of so many other applications as well (such as extra debt/credit card payments).One thing I think this will help me with personally is getting ahead of my husband’s work expenses.If someone asked you to save $1,000 right now, could you do it? ) $1,000 is a lot of money no matter what position you’re in. So, first, commit to taking this challenge this year, then secondly, come back in two days and see if this bank is a worthy spot to stash all your new cash. (Or would you need to go out and find a new hustle?? And I just found the PERFECT savings account to go along with this too which will reward you even more on TOP of these savings, hopefully motivating you even more :) I haven’t finished writing it up yet, but look for it to drop this Wednesday!I’ve created a savings goal in Digit (thank you for introducing me to that gem) and plan to use this chart along w/ my YNABing until I no longer freak out when I hear “So babe, I need this thing for work…” Reply haha. But clearly, Joe, you’ve elevated outside of this chart’s target market.

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Separated savings = multiplied encouragement Here are some parting words from Jamie who came up with this brilliant chart: “A simple way to boost your money saving chart is deciding that any “found money” you get will go into that account. In this way you cut it down into bite size chunks and picking up competitive motivation of beating the game, I’m forwarding this post along to some friends that have trouble saving. I’m already saving a lot to investment accounts and short-term saving accounts.

Looking forward to see what Wednesday brings with the new savings account. I can think of so many other applications as well (such as extra debt/credit card payments).

One thing I think this will help me with personally is getting ahead of my husband’s work expenses.

If someone asked you to save $1,000 right now, could you do it? ) $1,000 is a lot of money no matter what position you’re in. So, first, commit to taking this challenge this year, then secondly, come back in two days and see if this bank is a worthy spot to stash all your new cash.

(Or would you need to go out and find a new hustle?? And I just found the PERFECT savings account to go along with this too which will reward you even more on TOP of these savings, hopefully motivating you even more :) I haven’t finished writing it up yet, but look for it to drop this Wednesday!

I’ve created a savings goal in Digit (thank you for introducing me to that gem) and plan to use this chart along w/ my YNABing until I no longer freak out when I hear “So babe, I need this thing for work…” Reply haha. But clearly, Joe, you’ve elevated outside of this chart’s target market.

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Separated savings = multiplied encouragement Here are some parting words from Jamie who came up with this brilliant chart: “A simple way to boost your money saving chart is deciding that any “found money” you get will go into that account. In this way you cut it down into bite size chunks and picking up competitive motivation of beating the game, I’m forwarding this post along to some friends that have trouble saving. I’m already saving a lot to investment accounts and short-term saving accounts.

Looking forward to see what Wednesday brings with the new savings account. I can think of so many other applications as well (such as extra debt/credit card payments).

One thing I think this will help me with personally is getting ahead of my husband’s work expenses.

If someone asked you to save $1,000 right now, could you do it? ) $1,000 is a lot of money no matter what position you’re in. So, first, commit to taking this challenge this year, then secondly, come back in two days and see if this bank is a worthy spot to stash all your new cash.

,000 is a lot of money no matter what position you’re in. So, first, commit to taking this challenge this year, then secondly, come back in two days and see if this bank is a worthy spot to stash all your new cash. (Or would you need to go out and find a new hustle?? And I just found the PERFECT savings account to go along with this too which will reward you even more on TOP of these savings, hopefully motivating you even more :) I haven’t finished writing it up yet, but look for it to drop this Wednesday!I’ve created a savings goal in Digit (thank you for introducing me to that gem) and plan to use this chart along w/ my YNABing until I no longer freak out when I hear “So babe, I need this thing for work…” Reply haha. But clearly, Joe, you’ve elevated outside of this chart’s target market.

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