When taking part in a no-spend month, it is important to set parameters and rules for yourself before beginning. As we all know, failing to plan is planning to fail. Below are six rules to follow when starting a no-spend month.
We have covered how to plan and set goals for a no-spend month, but how do you ensure you put the money saved to better use? It is integral to plan out your savings so you can use them for something important!
This month we have been talking about how to plan and pull of a successful no-spend month. However, we know a month can be a long time for some, and the idea of limiting spending for four weeks may be daunting and can even seem impossible. So, what about trying out one no-spend day a week?
This month we are taking you through how to pull off a no-spend month. We have covered how to plan, and mistakes to avoid, but today we will be taking a step back and looking at the ‘why’. Is a no-spend month actually helpful?
It's likely that you may have blown out your Christmas budget, and are trying to recoup your losses this month. Have you considered partaking in no-spend January? Many people have begun taking on monthly challenges that include not reaching for your credit card for up to a month at a time.
Christmas may be the most wonderful time of the year, but it is also the most expensive. You might be feeling a little flat in the days after Christmas, and you aren't alone! Many, many Australians will go over budget in the holiday season. We have a few ideas to help you get your budget back on track.
One of your goals for 2019 might be to start a business, or expand on one you already have. One of the very first steps to building or growing a business is to look at finances. A solid budget will get you started on the right foot for your business goals in 2019.
If your goals for 2019 are financial, you will need to build a budget that works for you. Staying on budget doesn't have to be hard, or restrictive. The easier to follow your budget is, the more likely you are to stay on track and achieve your savings goals. Here are five budget myths to avoid in 2019.
New Year is the perfect time to start fresh, write some new goals, and overturn your finances. But why do almost all resolutions and new years goals fall by the wayside by January 15th? Because they are often unrealistic. Hit your New Years goals by avoiding these eight things.
Are you planning your resolutions or goals for the upcoming year? Do you have some financial goals you want to achieve? Specificity is a must when creating achievable goals. We have eight ideas to get you started with your resolution planning.