Introducing a FUN way to save money through out the year. Looking for $1400.00? The 52 Week Money Challenge is for you!!
52 Week Money Challenge – Printable
The New Year brings new traditions and new starts. One of the resolutions or goals I have been seeing a lot of recently is the 52 Week Money Challenge. We are so on board with this. Ideally I would love to do it times 3, one jar for us, one jar for Jude and one jar for Teagan. We just aren’t in that position this year so instead I will be doing 2 jars. One for us and one to divide up between the kiddos at the end of 2014.
So what is this 52 Week Money Challenge you ask?
The easiest way to save almost $1,400 in a year! Every week you deposit money into your jar or bank account, however you decide to do it. The amount depends on the number of week it is in the year. Below is the chart we will be using. I plan on putting these on the outside of both of our jars to keep track of our deposits!
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Or Go In Reverse!
Maybe money is tight at the end of the year, try this challenge in reverse! You can learn more about this option in this post about the Reverse 52 Week Savings Plan and find a printable to track your progress. No matter your method, putting aside money every week is a great option to saving money this year!
Sarah @ It's a Vol says
I know a lot of people doing this! Some are even doing it backwards so that the expensive weeks don't fall in December! You could even do one jar 1 to 52 and the other 52 to 1 that way you don't end up with 104 the last week in December!
Sarah, that is a fantastic idea! I will be doing that for sure! Thank you for your help!
I've seen this around but I love that you included a printable version! Thanks!
We did this last year. I started out with four jars and eventually had to drop to two when the amounts got much higher in the year. This is how we were able to purchase our ski passes this year. It was a fun splurge without the worry of how to pay for it! This year, I am starting in the middle of the chart though because my bank account doesn't know the difference between December and January for Christmas bills!