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We still do #4 and usually nets us at least several hundred dollars a year and have been doing #5 for ages.I love #6, that’s something we’d definitely benefit from in our house as it seems like with each kid, the amount of our “stuff” grows exponentially.A lot of different ideas here, but really the only ones that matter are the ones you *take action* on ;) So hopefully you do – whether it’s your own, or one or two from here. ———— PS: If you like that piece of artwork up there, you should see my business card. I’d rather just sell then all and be done with it though :) I’ve always liked the penny/change jar. No spend challenge sounds the best though, you can’t argue that won’t save you a boat load of cash! Reply We are doing the 52 week challenge right now, putting in double the weekly amounts.Reply I lasted only like a week when I first gave it a shot, but now I’m pretty good at looking around the house and asking myself what I can get rid of/sell/donate. I would love to enter that giveaway at Jeff’s site but I don’t want another savings account floating out there. Just participated in a cool guidebook on new year’s resolutions a friend recently launched, and thought I’d share some of my savings challenges I included in it. You know, in case you’re still looking for some resolutions despite all 10,000 of us bloggers posting about them this week ;) Here they are: That may sound funny as you’re focusing on money going out rather than coming in, but I guarantee you after the first few days you’ll start double-thinking all those purchases you’re about to make.

Coin Star machines have a hefty fee unless you exchange for a gift card and my credit union does not accept rolled coins.

With the “no spend” challenge, you’re only allowed to pay for things that are necessities (rent, mortgage, utilities, etc), and your goal is to stay away from anything out side of that such as eating out or shopping, or even going to the movies.

Depriving yourself of these luxuries will not only give you a better appreciation for your money/life, but it’ll save you a ton in the process!

) Reply Imagine how much freakin’ change you would have if the US government would just take

Coin Star machines have a hefty fee unless you exchange for a gift card and my credit union does not accept rolled coins.

With the “no spend” challenge, you’re only allowed to pay for things that are necessities (rent, mortgage, utilities, etc), and your goal is to stay away from anything out side of that such as eating out or shopping, or even going to the movies.

Depriving yourself of these luxuries will not only give you a better appreciation for your money/life, but it’ll save you a ton in the process!

) Reply Imagine how much freakin’ change you would have if the US government would just take $1 bills out of circulation and make (oh the tyranny! That’s why I save it because I cannot stand having it on my person at any time so I offload it immediately into a jar etc.

) people use the zillion (this figure may be slightly elevated for Dramatic Effect) $1 coins all minted and ready to go. You have paper and then you have heavy metal objects taking up too much space that have no organization in your pocket that take forever to find what you’re looking for and then counting it out takes 10x as long as flipping through organized paper all in order. Reply I’m doing a money challenge each month this year.

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Coin Star machines have a hefty fee unless you exchange for a gift card and my credit union does not accept rolled coins.With the “no spend” challenge, you’re only allowed to pay for things that are necessities (rent, mortgage, utilities, etc), and your goal is to stay away from anything out side of that such as eating out or shopping, or even going to the movies.Depriving yourself of these luxuries will not only give you a better appreciation for your money/life, but it’ll save you a ton in the process!) Reply Imagine how much freakin’ change you would have if the US government would just take $1 bills out of circulation and make (oh the tyranny! That’s why I save it because I cannot stand having it on my person at any time so I offload it immediately into a jar etc.) people use the zillion (this figure may be slightly elevated for Dramatic Effect) $1 coins all minted and ready to go. You have paper and then you have heavy metal objects taking up too much space that have no organization in your pocket that take forever to find what you’re looking for and then counting it out takes 10x as long as flipping through organized paper all in order. Reply I’m doing a money challenge each month this year.

bills out of circulation and make (oh the tyranny! That’s why I save it because I cannot stand having it on my person at any time so I offload it immediately into a jar etc.

) people use the zillion (this figure may be slightly elevated for Dramatic Effect)

Coin Star machines have a hefty fee unless you exchange for a gift card and my credit union does not accept rolled coins.

With the “no spend” challenge, you’re only allowed to pay for things that are necessities (rent, mortgage, utilities, etc), and your goal is to stay away from anything out side of that such as eating out or shopping, or even going to the movies.

Depriving yourself of these luxuries will not only give you a better appreciation for your money/life, but it’ll save you a ton in the process!

) Reply Imagine how much freakin’ change you would have if the US government would just take $1 bills out of circulation and make (oh the tyranny! That’s why I save it because I cannot stand having it on my person at any time so I offload it immediately into a jar etc.

) people use the zillion (this figure may be slightly elevated for Dramatic Effect) $1 coins all minted and ready to go. You have paper and then you have heavy metal objects taking up too much space that have no organization in your pocket that take forever to find what you’re looking for and then counting it out takes 10x as long as flipping through organized paper all in order. Reply I’m doing a money challenge each month this year.

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Coin Star machines have a hefty fee unless you exchange for a gift card and my credit union does not accept rolled coins.With the “no spend” challenge, you’re only allowed to pay for things that are necessities (rent, mortgage, utilities, etc), and your goal is to stay away from anything out side of that such as eating out or shopping, or even going to the movies.Depriving yourself of these luxuries will not only give you a better appreciation for your money/life, but it’ll save you a ton in the process!) Reply Imagine how much freakin’ change you would have if the US government would just take $1 bills out of circulation and make (oh the tyranny! That’s why I save it because I cannot stand having it on my person at any time so I offload it immediately into a jar etc.) people use the zillion (this figure may be slightly elevated for Dramatic Effect) $1 coins all minted and ready to go. You have paper and then you have heavy metal objects taking up too much space that have no organization in your pocket that take forever to find what you’re looking for and then counting it out takes 10x as long as flipping through organized paper all in order. Reply I’m doing a money challenge each month this year.

coins all minted and ready to go. You have paper and then you have heavy metal objects taking up too much space that have no organization in your pocket that take forever to find what you’re looking for and then counting it out takes 10x as long as flipping through organized paper all in order. Reply I’m doing a money challenge each month this year.

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