After getting laid off I had to wade through all the frugal tips like “reuse twist ties” and “turn off the lights when you leave a room” to find the ones that really delivered.
Sure you can save a few pennies by turning off the lights around the house, but I needed to make bigger money-saving moves. I didn’t need to save a few pennies, I needed to save many hundreds of dollars each month.
That is what this challenge is all about: taking 21 days to make some drastic, but realistic, changes in order to save at least $500 each month.
If you are anything like I was, you probably have more bills and payments due each month than you have money coming in. You have undoubtedly read other money-saving tips in the past, but just felt like none of them would yield much result. You also probably don’t have the time to read through a bunch of fluff, but just want to get to the point! If this sounds like you, then you are who this book was written for!
And while this challenge is not intended to solve all your financial problems, it will definitely help you save money!
The book is broken out into 21 short chapters, each with a realistic money-saving suggestion that will help your reach your $500/m goal. To succeed with the challenge you will need to take the chapters day-by-day and not just fly through the whole book in one sitting. Those who read a chapter a day and take action each day will be rewarded with much better success.