Get a text-message reminder about the A La Carte Method

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If you read last week’s post about the A La Carte Method, you’ll notice some heated comments. But the best comments are the 80+ people on Lifehacker (many of whom call me crazy).

In that last post, I suggested you cancel your subscriptions and, one month from now, compare to see if you’ve saved money.

I’m trying something new here. If you want to get a text-message reminder from me in early July about comparing your spending and testing the A La Carte method, sign up below. )

You can unsubscribe at any time.

Let’s try this as a new way to motivate you to manage your money.

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  1. So if I sign up, who would actually store my phone number and name?

  2. Wouldn’t text message service be one of those subscriptions you would cancel? I can’t be getting all of those expensive non-subscription texts.

  3. Dividend Growth: A company called networktext.com, the group-messaging service I use to send out texts.

    Darrell: Most people I know get unlimited text messages on their plan, but if you’re on a limited plan and don’t have a lot of extra texts each month, I probably wouldn’t sign up.

  4. Can we focus on filling up with gas 10% of the tank at a time instead?