Here at Zero Day Finance, my goal is to save you money, a lot of money. The Zero Day Challenge is a fun way to reduce your spending, and learn a little bit more about yourself in the process. In the first 6 months of 2017, I was able to cut my spending by $9,216. This means I’ll have eliminated more than $18,000 in wasteful spending by the end of the year. Well, the time has come to take this to the next level, so I can help you save money too. Which is why I’m launching the October Zero Day Challenge. If you are ready to start saving hundreds of dollars per month, and compete for $250 in prizes, keep reading!
Why do you invest in the stock market, bonds, dividend paying stocks and real estate? Well, that’s how you build up a nest egg that lets you retire! But why are those good investments? What is it about stocks, bonds and real estate that make them so attractive? The answer is that these assets increase (or decrease) in value by a percentage every year. This means they undergo exponential growth, which will put you on the path to millions.
To those of you who know me in person (there are about 10 of you) or who have been following my blog for awhile, you’ve known about my decision to move back in with my parents for awhile now. But for everyone else, this may come as a surprise. After living on my own with Zero Day Fiancée for the past 3 years, we have made the decision to go back to the nest and live with our parents.
Emergencies can happen anytime and anywhere. It doesn’t matter if you’re rich or poor. It doesn’t matter if you’re a Northeast Yankee or a Southern Belle. Your survival may depend on how much (or little) time you spend preparing for emergencies that can happen at any time. With the destruction caused by Hurricanes Harvey, Sandy and Katrina, the evacuations in the wake of the Oroville Dam, even the risks caused by the Snowmageddon that hit the Atlantic region in 2010, the time to prepare is now, and it’s a lot easier than you think.
Hey everyone, and welcome to the latest installment of the Zero Day Finance update! If you’ve never heard of the Zero Day Challenge, check it out and then come back to see how I’ve done! Basically, the Zero Day Challenge is a strategy that I use to significantly reduce my monthly spending, often by thousands of dollars. You can check out the CNBC coverage of the Zero Day Challenge. If you’ve tried controlling your spending and can’t, or if you want to see if you can live an even more minimal lifestyle, you’ve come to the right place!