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What are some examples of a printable savings challenge?

Updated: Jun 2

Here are some examples of printable savings challenges that you can try:

  1. 52-Week Money Challenge: Each week save the corresponding number for that week. Example: Week 1 (first week in January), save $1, next week, save $2, the following week you will save $3 and so on until the last week of the year which is week 52, finally saving weekly amount is $52. By the end of 52 weeks, you’ll have a nice sum saved up $1,378.

  2. 30-Day No Spend Challenge: For 30 days, spend money only on necessities. This helps you save quickly and reassess your spending habits.

  3. Cash Envelope System: Allocate cash to different envelopes for each budget category. Once an envelope is empty, you can’t spend any more from that category until the next budget period.

  4. 100 Envelope Challenge: Number 100 envelopes from $1 to $100. Each day, pick an envelope at random and save the amount written on it. This adds a fun element of surprise to your saving.

  5. Biweekly Money Saving Challenge: Save a set amount every two weeks. This works well if you’re paid biweekly and can set aside money on payday.

  6. Savings Goal Challenges: Set a target amount, like $5,000, $10,000, or $20,000, and break it down into manageable parts to save over time. You can also set smaller amounts such as $50, $100, $250 and maintain a lower income savings budget.

  7. The Penny Challenge: Save one penny on the first day, two pennies on the second day, and so on. It’s a small start, but it adds up over the year which you will save$667.95 - pretty impressive for loose coins!

  8. Necessities Only for 30 Days: Similar to the no-spend challenge, focus on spending only on essentials for a month to save money.

  9. 30 Day Challenge: Save any amount you can for 30 days

  10. Spare Change Challenge: Save all the spare change you receive. It’s surprising how quickly loose coins can accumulate into a significant amount.

These challenges can be tailored to fit your financial situation and goals. They’re designed to make saving money a more engaging and enjoyable experience. You can find free printables for these challenges online to help you track your progress and stay motivated.

Happy saving! 🎉


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