This is Tip #22 of of the Save $1,000 in 30 Days Challenge.
Today’s tip is to step back from the day-to-day tips and analyze how well you’re doing overall in the 30 Day Challenge.
(Note: Don’t forget to scroll down for the pictures of how I’ve been doing in the Challenge.)
It’s easy to get caught up in the details of any goal, so let’s step back and try to evaluate how we’re doing. (I’ll do it, too.)
- What were your goals when you started the Save $1,000 in 30 Days Challenge?
- How much have you saved?
- Have you really tried your hardest? If not, could you double your efforts over the next few days to finish off the 30 Day Challenge?
To make it easy, here’s a full list of tips so far
A couple people told me that they haven’t read the comments on these tips. Guys, the comments have some of the best stuff in this Challenge. Read them!
My experience during the 30 Day Challenge
Finally, let me share how I’ve been doing. I figured some pictures would be more fun than me writing more words.
Following the (pack-your-lunch tip), I took a picture of these apples I brought to work as a snack, which (1) forced me to eat healthier, (2) prevented them from going rotten, and (3) most importantly, removed the barrier of not eating them at home.
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Last thing to do
1. See other tips in the Save $1,000 in 30 Days Challenge
2. Leave a comment on this post describing how much you’re saving with this tip and any unusual techniques you use to make this tip work.
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