Learning how to save $100 a month has never been easier.
The money saving chart I created a couple of years ago made it easier than ever for people to save $1,000 in a year.
It’s fun, because you can use it with the flow of your life. You save smaller amounts at harder times, and larger amounts when life is giving you extra cash.
Well, why not create a smaller version to help you save $100 a month?
Maybe you’re a beginner, and the idea of saving money has never really stuck before.
Or your situation has you so strapped for cash that saving money feels impossible.
Well I think this chart is going to be pretty eye opening for you!
The Save $100 in 30 Days Money Chart
When I sat down to create this chart, I started filling in boxes with different amounts of money.
But I quickly noticed something crazy.
I was getting to $100 faster than I realized.
(By the way, if you want a much bigger impact to your savings, make sure you join the 30 Day Money Saving Challenge!)
The $15s and $9s I had added to the chart were making me get to $100 much to quickly.
No, if you want to save $100 in 30 days, you need to save much smaller amounts than you realize.
In fact, a lot of these days are filled in with $1s and $2s!
Save $100 In a Month
You can easily print this chart by clicking it.
It takes so little each day to manage to save $100 a month.
For most of us, this means skipping that fast food run.
Even just hitting the vending machine at work in the afternoons can swallow your savings.
The Difference You Can Feel
If you had started working on this chart every month 10 years ago, you would have $12,000 (not including any interest) now.
That old quote “The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.” applies here.
Stop right now and picture yourself in 10 years.
(That should be easy to do. We just celebrated the end of a decade, and a lot of us stopped to think about where we were 10 years ago. Now just imagine yourself 10 years the other direction!)
What will your life look like?
Will you still be worried about how you’ll cover the next emergency? Wondering if you’ll have enough room left on your credit card to cover that flat tire?
Maybe you’ll be sleeping easier than ever before.
When the fridge dies, you can replace it without wiping out every bit of savings you’ve been saving for ages.
Sure, shopping for a new one will take some time.
But you can walk into that store with confidence, knowing you don’t have to be embarrassed as you ask for the cheapest, smallest model they make.
You’ll have the confidence of knowing that you can pay cash for the model that suits your needs best. (Even if that model is the smallest one they have!)
That’s how you save $100 a month.
It’s not as hard as you think. It just takes a fun chart, a little determination, and the knowledge that your life will be very different from now on.
Use this money saving chart to change the way you and your family live. Without constantly worrying about money.
And don’t forget to join the challenge!
What are you saving for?