A Month Long Family Financial Challenge {#SavingMadeSimple} with @GailVazOxlade – Will You Join Me? #PGMom

This month, I will be participating in a Family Financial Challenge with help and guidance from financial guru, Gail Vaz-Oxlade!

Are you in need of financial help?
Do you have a shopping problem?

I don’t have a shopping problem, although I will admit that there have been times in my life when I have, however I would like to be more “in the know” about how I spend money each month and that is where this month’s challenge comes into play.

Will you join me in this month long challenge?

It requires commitment, diligence and a creative mind – do you have it in you? I know I sure do!

The Challenge: to share the ways your family saves money and make smart financial decisions throughout the month.
The Result: you will form new positive money spending habits and learn how to save money for your family.

To help you with your organization, I highly recommend that you find 3 money jars that you can use to separate your week’s cash allotment – that’s right – CASH.

Feel free to sign up for the FREE program to help you make better money choices and learn more about the program here.

The end goal is to complete the entire program:

You can follow me and my fellow P&G Moms as we tweet using the #SavingMadeSimple hashtag to gain some helpful tips and tricks along the way. Feel free to share your financial tips using the #SavingMadeSimple hashtag as well.

You can also check back here with me each week to see my progress.

These are the topics that I will cover:
Week 1: Cash, Cash, Cash
Week 2: Food
Week 3: Family
Week 4: Clothes

Be sure to mark down February 6th, 2014 from 7-9pm EST down in your calendar.
It’s a Twitter Party {#SavingMadeSimple} with @Chatelaine and @GailVazOxlade! Come to the party with questions to ask Gail, the amazing financial expert!
Details for how to RSVP for the party will follow.

I am a P&Gmom/mamanP&G. As part of my affiliation with this group I receive products and special access to P&G events and opportunities. The opinions on this blog are my own.

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