A list of practical ways to save money and free up your cash flow with frugal thinking and smart lifestyle choices. Change the way you look at money to really start saving.
Saving money challenges (Incl. 30 day challenges, weekly saving strategies & more)
Definitive challenges and tasks to save money. If you are wanting to set yourself a challenge, we offer a range of 30 day challenges and weekly money saving strategies that if followed properly - could result in a large amount of savings.
The Savings Guide ‘tax-free threshold’ savings strategy will help you forcefully save money by over-paying your taxes each year to the ATO. A simple answer of ‘No’ on your employer tax declaration form will result in a larger tax refund and a yearly lump sum of money.
How to get a CTP Greenslip refund if you live in NSW courtesy of a new Government initiative from Service NSW.
The 7 day possession purge; a guide on how to declutter your home rapidly and retrieve hundreds, if not thousands of dollars when you urgently need cash.
The mortgage challenge! Here I share with you my strategy to repay my mortgage of $640,000 as fast as humanly possible and list out ways you too can join in.
How to challenge every expense you have to save $1,000’s of a dollars a year. This strategy aims to make you question what you pay, find a better deal and challenge the hell out of expenses.
A new saving money challenge that will see me trying to sell one item per week via GumTree. The goal is to list 52 items over the course of a year to clear space, make cash and prove to myself I can unwind my spending.
The term ‘war chest’ comes from days of yesteryear to describe money that was set aside for the sole purpose of war. Here we show you why you need your own war chest to pounce on good financial opportunities when they arise.
The 7 day digital detox challenge; spend less money, create more time and enjoy life experiences by disconnecting from digital temptation.
Small changes to your day to day can really add up and help you save money. Here are some ideas for small but important changes you can make to start saving money.
Just ‘one less’ of a couple of the things you regularly buy could help you save money. It’s incredible how the little things work to bring us the most amount of savings. Read how you can save money, one item at a time.
The 7 day no new food challenge. The challenge means using only the food you have in the fridge, freezer and cupboard for 7 days once a month to save money.
A guide to overcoming Savers Block; the inability to save money due to lack of inspiration or becoming overwhelmed by things to do in order to save money. Here is how even the best money saver can keep moving forward.
A list of ways to trick yourself into saving money and staying motivated. By tricking yourself into a money saving routine, you will save money without even realising it.
How to treat your savings account like another bill. This means you can NEVER miss a deposit and your savings strategy never misses a beat.