$1,000 in the Bank-The Beginners Guide to Saving Money

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Driving the money saving struggle bus?

So you’ve “tried” saving money but you have literally $0 put back, right?


You’ve told yourself that you don’t have enough to spare or that it’s “too hard.”


Maybe the idea of saving money scares you off because you swear you’ll have to live a Krusty Krab life, sacrificing everything you enjoy doing.

I’m here to prove that isn’t true!

what you'll get:


I feel you. Just a few years ago, I was a single mom making under $20K a year with zilch in savings. I could barely afford to contribute $5 without needing it right back, and to top it off I was up to my eyeballs in debt.  


My saving was so bad that the bank actually closed out my account for a lack of activity! Embarrassing.


I felt like a failure. No matter how hard I tried I had nothing to show for it, minus the loose change at the bottom of my purse. 


 After numerous failed attempts to get ahead financially, I came to the painful realization that to have no savings is like skydiving without a parachute. You think you’ll have a good ol’ funky time so you jump and only once you’re in mid-air do you realize you have nothing to save your butt from going splat.


Since taking my debt free journey seriously in September of 2016, I’ve paid off over $27k in debt. I’ve gone from barely being able to save $10 to contributing $200 (not including 401(k) and a 529 Plan) per pay period while financially caring for two kids on my own!  


And no, I don’t make a ton of money. In fact, up until late 2018 I was considered “low income.”  If I can do it then you can too.

I’ve gone from this…

To this…

Let me show you how!


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