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Know Your Money
Friday – November 18, 2016

How To Enjoy A No Spend Weekend
By Donell Edwards  

 

One of the purposes of this blog is to share tools and resources that we discover with our readers.

I recently came across a very good article about having a “no spend weekend” that I want to share with our readers today.

The article is entitled “Weekend Money Tip: Have A No Spend Weekend (and what I did on mine)” by Amanda from Centsibly Rich.  In this article Amanda issues a challenge to her readers not to spend any money at all over a weekend and she shares how she did it.

This is something that we strongly advocate to help control spending and to improve financial discipline.

We encourage you to read this article and to apply it in your personal money management program at least once a month.

You may get a printable copy of Amanda’s list by clicking here.

 Have A great no spend weekend.

 

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