Welcome to the 28 Day Bootcamp!
Are you struggling making ends meet? Or, do you need to get your spending in line with your priorities? Join our 28 Day Budget Bootcamp Challenge! We’ll help you get a grip on your finances in this easy-to-follow 28-day series.
At the end of the 28 days, you’ll be on the right track money-wise and have the know-how to continue on that path.
This post is part of the 28 Day Bootcamp hosted by a team of more than 20 money-savvy bloggers who want to help you be better money managers. I hope you’ll come join the conversation as we work together to get our budgets on track. We’re all in this together!
Follow along and use this page to refer back to when learning to Budget and Cut Your Finances
1. Defining your WHY (adjusting your mindset)
2. How to get a clear picture of your Finances
3. Stop Impulse Buying from Blowing Your Budget.
4. Calculating your net worth
5. How to track daily expenditures
6. Paying down debt
7. Creating a basic budget
8. Getting on the same page Financially with your partner
9.How to Break Bad Spending Habits
10. Budget Your Finances using Technology
11. Save your Budget with a Spending Freeze
12. 10 ways to build an emergency fund
13. Where to get extra money for date night
14. Planning Can save Big
15. Avoid Common Budgeting Mistakes
16. Use this Personal Budget Checklist to double check your budget
17. Get extra Cash by Selling Items around the house
18. Couponing 101 (Save 50% using grocery coupons, printables)
19. Money-saving apps to earn cash back
20. Saving money on: Clothing
21. Saving money on: Entertainment
22. Saving money on: Groceries
23. Saving money on: Eating Out
24. How to make living on a budget FUN
25. 5 Necessities to Elimate – Reducing your Monthy Expenses
26. Stop Impulse Buying from Blindsiding your Budget
27. 10 Ways to Make Money From Home
28. Revisit your Goals and see what you have learned and achieved over the last 30 days!
This post is part of the 28 Day Bootcamp with a team of more than 20 money-savvy bloggers who want to help you be better money managers. I hope you’ll come join the conversation as we work together to get our budgets on track. We’re all in this together!
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