Save Money For a Disney Vacation: Try the New Disney Vacation Account - PassPorter Blogs
I know many, many people who want to go on a Disney vacation, but finances are tight and they just don’t have the cash to book a trip right now. My suggestion? Start saving for a Disney vacation right now. That’s a little vague, I know, so let’s get more specific with a real, solid …
Show and Tell Saturday: The Pig
November starts rolling around each year and Cameron and I look at our bank account and then decide to do a "cheap and homemade" Christmas. Or in other words, a "we're broke, don't buy anything!" Christmas. This Christmas (when it was too late to implement this into 2013) I saw the following pin: http://authenticsimplicity.net/tag/a-simple-christmas/ Genius, no?! Well, we were afraid that we'd lose gift cards (you know...in that super special and safe place where all things go to be safe…
Nick's $5 - 52 Week Challenge; a little more than the $1 Challenge but worth it. Increase the weekly deposit by $5 each week and put it in a high interest savings account! Don't touch it for a few years and you'll be doing well. Imagine starting now and doing this for 30 years (retirement for me...$237,600).
really like how this was designed that you choose the amount from week to week instead of a set amount
How to Easily Save $5000 (52-week money challenge)
Find out how to stop spending too much with this 52 week saving money challenge: how to save $5000 in a year. Save money fast with this free printable list!
The Ultimate Lazy $1000 Savings Plan (+Free Printable Savings Chart)
Use this $1000 savings plan to easily save one thousand dollars this year. Or, save in multiples of 2, 3, 4 or even 5 to explode your savings rate.