This year I’m determined to pay off debt. I am so serious about taking better control of my financial goals. I’m not letting Sallie Mae get the best of me anymore! Or Credit Cards, Or Medical Bills…let me stop, I’m getting depressed just thinking about owing.

One of my fellow Blogger Sisters put me on to the 52 week savings challenge.

Have you heard about it? No? Here’s how it works:

As you know, each week of the year is numbered. There are 52 weeks in a year.  This is week 1 of the year. Each week you
are challenged to save the same amount as the number value of the week. So on week 1, I’m going to put aside $1 into an interest bearing savings account. On week 2 I’ll put in $2. Week 3 will be $3. You get the Picture.

Well, Im transferring my $1 over this weekend. Are you ready to take in this challenge with me? If so, here’s a handy little chart to help you stay on track throughout the year and show you what you’re saving.

Come on Stars, Lets save some $$$ in 2013!!! Who’s with me?

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4 Responses

  1. Miss Daja

    When I found out about this 52 Week Money Challenge I immediately thanked God. I was going through a financial crisis for the last 2 months of 2012 and it seemed to have gotten worse.

    I was super sad that my credit score jumped from 689 (I was working on it getting to 720 before Jan. 2013) to now way below because of things unforeseen. But now that I’ve made the necessary changes I am way too excited to start paying off debt and I’m definitely challenging myself to 52 weeks of hardcore saving. Anything more that I plan to save aside from the charted amount, I’ve decided to put into a separate savings/envelope.

    I wish you the best on your savings journey. I know that getting out of debt isn’t easy but it’s possible!

    Happy New Year!

  2. LorriK

    When you said Sallie Mae, I said why not????? I’m doubly tired of looking at the bills from them. Right behind you!


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