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  1. jennifer bowen says:

    i really dont have any saveing goals for this year i just do the best that i can with every thing

  2. Wow, I like this. I think part of the problem with getting people to save is letting them know where to start. I’m going to share this with some friends who are working on reducing debt this year.

  3. Great focus on saving money, this is a nice plan to base it on

  4. I am up for the challenge! I need to save more money this year.

  5. Molli Taylor says:

    i need this, i am going to take control of my finances this year!

  6. tat2gurlzrock says:

    This is a great article. I love the tips you have!

  7. Debbie Campbell says:

    Some good tips, thanks very much!

  8. Thanks for the tips and advise. This was a great article.

  9. Susan Smith says:

    We are saving up for an Alaskan cruise for our 30th wedding anniversary. We are setting aside $400 a month to pay for it.

  10. These are really great and easy tips!

  11. Jen Freese says:

    I wish I had the “means” to do this, but no regular income!

  12. ladymagnolia99 says:

    There are some great tips hear!!

    Judy Cox

  13. Sarah Hayes says:

    I like this challenge. definitely something I need to start now

  14. I love the 30% savings each month! This will add up over time. Cute graphics.

  15. Thanks for sharing – this is a really neat detailed budget and plan that inspires me! I hope to max out savings in my Roth IRA this year 🙂

  16. Cynthia C says:

    I plan on saving on groceries by buying only what I need and wasting less.

  17. Deborah Wellenstein says:

    We are retired, so are not too focused on long-term savings like we were before we retired. This year, I am looking to buy less, and use up the stuff I have!

  18. Sandy Klocinski says:

    I really don’t have any savings goals since I am fairly comfortable (though I wouldn’t say wealthy). I think that many people are just so caught up in today that they don’t think about saving for tomorrow.

  19. Melissa Shirley says:

    Thanks for the great tips. Being a single mom and trying to save money is a challenge.

  20. Useful, especially since I love to save.

  21. As I do not work due to a health issue I watch every penny I spend.

  22. Lyndsey R. says:

    Wow! Some really cool techniques here!

  23. I have no debt. My house is paid off. I try to save every month.
    slehan at juno dot com

  24. This seems like a great money saving plan for the year.

  25. These are great ideas and very inspiring. Thanks for sharing!

  26. we need to make enough money to save and pay our bills, right now it isn’t possible 🙁

  27. My goal is just to save where I can. Thanks for these great tips.

  28. I like the idea of taking 30-day breaks from the splurges we have (that really do add up every month).

  29. elizabeth miller says:

    I have started back up couponing to get my stock pile back up. It helps so much it is crazy. I used to be into it but stopped for like the last 6 months of 2017 and now looking back at my grocery bills its crazy.

  30. kathy pease says:

    My husband has an automatic savings plan through work where it is automatically taken out of his paycheck

  31. I like doing money challenges annually. Having a goal helps me save more.