Episode 5: Low Income Budget Series – How I Saved Over $1000

This is a post I’m excited to share. I’ve been sharing my financial journey with you all from the highs and lows to all the mishaps in between. You can keep up with the full series here. This particular post I wanted to share how I saved over $1,000 within 2 months or so with a limited income. Yes, it can be done. Let’s get to it!

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Disclaimer: I am not a financial expert or accountant. I am on the road to financial freedom like many others and decided to document my journey.

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Episode 3: Low Budget Income Series – January Check In

Welcome to episode 3 of my low Budget Income series. For new readers, this series I’ve created is documenting my financial journey all 2019. Episode 1 looked at my January budget and why I’ve decided to take control of my finances and episode 2 was a close look at my 2018 expenses. To keep up with the entire series, click here. Here we are halfway through January so what better time than now to see how things are going and what needs to be adjusted.

Disclaimer: I am not a financial expert or accountant. I am on the road to financial freedom like many others and decided to document my journey.

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Spicy Saturday (V.1): Money Saving

I came across this chart and it’s a journey that I have began and intend to finish. Again the motto for the year (for me at least) is commitment. I’ve already put my dollar aside for the week.

There’s many different ways to save, this chart just happens to be a great example. You can save week by week, monthly or start backwards and by the last week you’d only be saving a dollar.

Think what you could do with the money. It could be for the last minute Christmas gifts, a vacation, house repairs, or my personal goal going into 2014 debt free. Sidebar, regardless of how much I save I won’t completely be debt free thanks to student loan, BUT it’s a step in the right direction.

Put some money to he side for that rainy day. I’ve had many of them where I’ve had to borrow from others. I no longer want to be of any inconvenience so I plan to save, save, save! For me it’s become a little bit better financially. For you it could be something different. Save whether it’s weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly. You’ll thank yourself later.