Money Saving Challenge
*Free Sample Below*
The easy way to save money
Money Saving Challenges are a great way to save money. It makes it fun and exciting, plus, who doesn't love extra money?
It can be a struggle to save money but when you follow our system, it'll be a lot easier. Every time you look at your bank account or piggy bank and see the money there you'll feel like a winner.
Whether you save spare change or extra cash, watch as you deposit money and it piles up! This is a great and easy way to improve your financial situation.
A start towards financial freedom
It's not just about the amount saved, it's about the habits you build. Most people have bad habits when it comes to money.
Saving is a challenge because it's more fun and exciting to spend our money and buy stuff.
We're going to help you kick bad saving habits and start building a nest egg toward your financial goals.
How do the challenges work?
Very simple, it'll make you look forward to saving money.
- Pick a time period you want (we provide 12 month, 30 days, 3 month, and 6 month templates)
- Decide your dollar amount saving goal. We provide a few for each period of time plus you can make your own with the custom template.
- If you do a weekly challenge, pick one day a week to be your savings day.
- On that day or every day if it's a daily challenge, put the money in your savings and check it off.
- Repeat until the challenge is over.
What do you do with the saved money?
Put it in your savings account. Put it towards your emergency fund. Use a small amount for something important you've needed to buy.
Put away as much as you can to work towards your money goals.
As you can see, as you progress you can work with bigger goals that'll help you really save big.
Where do people set aside the money?
- Savings jar
- Savings account
- Checking account
What kind of challenges are included?
We provide tons of templates for you to use. From small savings amounts to large, from short time frames to an entire year.
52 Week Money Challenge
- $52 for 52 weeks
- $30 for 30 days
3 Month Challenge
Unlimited possibilities with custom challenges
We've included custom challenge templates to give you an unlimited number of possibilities.
No spend challenge. Spare change challenge. Five dollar bill challenge. Nickel saving challenge.
Do it weekly, bi weekly, monthly, or whenever is suitable for you.
Create your own rules. Add more flexibility. Any specific amount of money you want, increase your savings.
How to ensure success
We want you to be successful with our planner so we make it as easy as possible.
First, choose a small goal to get things going. As you complete each challenge, you can upgrade to a more difficult one.
As you go, focus on making financial changes. Try to spend less money on things. Stick to a shopping list when you go to the grocery store. Don't overspend on your credit card. Set aside the money in your savings account right away when you get paid.
While these seem small, they add up. It's a win win on both sides of the equation. It's helping develop good money habits while getting you to save money at the same time.
Whether you pick a 52 week challenge, 3 month or monthly savings challenge, you'll have a fun way to reach your financial goals. Watch how much money you save by the end of the year!
A great pair with your budget planner
If you already use a budget planner, this is the perfect tool to use with it. Use your budget to set the base of your financial decisions and use these challenges to help save your money.
I don't think anyone would complain about having more money and sometimes, it just comes down to saving and spending habits.
You don't have to live on a tight budget. A few changes to your financial life can have drastic effects. Reaching your savings goal will be a rewarding feel to help motivate you.
If financial success is important, the combo of these savings challenges and our Digital Budget Planner will help ensure that money won't be a stressor for you anymore.
Try a free sample of the Money Saving Challenge
We'll send you a free sample with a few of the templates to try. You'll get 4 challenges total, one from each period. Once you fall in love with it, you'll want the whole thing!
How to use
How to use
If you're new to digital planning, it's pretty easy to get started. It only requires a few things. You need an iPad or tablet with a stylus and an annotation app. We have more information on this in the 'Compatibility' section.
Once you have the above items, you can get started. You can download your planner to your device, next you'll open it in the annotation app of your choosing, finally, you can start planning.
It's that easy.
The functionality of each app differs but the general idea is the same. You can navigate through the planner with the hyperlinks (tabs, some dates, and buttons), you use the pen tool to write, and you can erase and insert images/stickers as you need.
iPad or tablet + a stylus
For iOS we recommend GoodNotes ($7.99) or ZoomNotes (free & paid options)
For Android, we recommend Xodo (free) or Noteshelf ($4.99).
*There are other options available but these are the ones we recommend.
Unfortunately, we do not accept returns for digital products as you receive an instant download at the time of your purchase. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns prior to your purchase.