Over the last
30 days, I was challenged to change one of the behaviors I didnt
like about myself. I choose to start saving my money. I will first
explain my research I found and then go through my plan to save
more. My goal is to have $1,000 saved at the end of the four weeks.
Before I started this, I went shopping about three to four times a
week. Over the past 30 days I tried to cut down my shopping, and
budget myself. I will go through my four weeks, and explain what I
did over the past 30 days to keep myself from spending money.
wayto save money rather than spending it is to make sure that
that you never get a chance to spend the money in the first place
(Lewis step 1). By this they mean you should have part of your
money deposited into a
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On day 1 buy gas, which is about $30. Then on day three I buy myself lunch which is about $10. After day three I have $10 left for food and gas, $50 left for Christmas presents, and $40 left for myself. Day 5 I go get my nails done which is all of my $40, then I buy lunch which is about $10. All the money I have left to spend is on Christmas presents. On day six I buy stuff for my dads Christmas present which ends up being about $50. I didnt spend any more money on day seven which means I met my budget again that means $10 more for myself next week! At the end of week 3 I have about $1,300 in my savings account. The fourth and final week, I tell myself that I am not going to spend every penny of my budget this week. I go all the way to day four without spending money. On day four I buy my brothers Christmas present (about $50) and lunch (about $15). On day six I go to Target and spend my $50 I am allotted this week for myself. That leaves me with $35 for gas and food. I go the rest of the week without spending any money. I made it the whole week without spending every penny I budgeted, yay! At the end of week four the amount in my saving account was
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