Running Zero Day Finance for the past 7 months has been an incredible privilege. I’ve met thousands of awesome people, learned a ton about personal finance, and have also taught people some really cool things too. I built Zero Day Finance around the concept of the Zero Day Challenge. It is a proven strategy you can use to significantly reduce your spending and increase your savings. If you don’t believe me, see how I’m on track to save $18,000 this year. After being featured in Rockstar Finance, CNBC, and YNAB, I realized that I can help people with more centralized information, so I am officially launching Zero Day Challenge.
Zero Day Challenge is a website dedicated to helping you save money. It will contain all of the instructions, tips and tricks, and extra financial tools you can use to help reduce your spending, and it’s all centered around the Zero Day Challenge.
I decided to create this new site after I was featured on CNBC and Rockstar Finance. I had tens of thousands of new views, and I received hundreds of questions about the Zero Day Challenge. From “how do I use the spreadsheet?” to “are you really saving $18,000?” In case you’re wondering, yes, I am saving that much.
Zero Day Finance has many resources about the Zero Day Challenge, but it simply doesn’t provide enough detail and insights to make everyone who tries it successful. I could have created a new section here and include a bunch of guides, tips and tricks, etc. I decided against this because I wanted to create an all inclusive resource that serves as a “one stop shop” for everything Zero Day Challenge.
The result is several weeks worth of work, and what I believe to be a great guide to help you get started.
I build a really swanky homepage that is extremely easy to use. Instead of being greeted with news from the blog, you can choose to learn about the Zero Day Challenge, visit the blog, or follow my personal progress.
I created an enhanced “about” page for all of the Zero Day Challenge contributors. You can finally see what my fiancée looks like! Plus you get a very cute photo of Zero Doge Finance. He might run away to get some treats, though.
I also have a page exclusively dedicated to testimonials. You can find out how the Zero Day Challenge is affecting several different prominent personal finance bloggers.
I also include plenty of tips and tricks to help you through your Zero Day Challenge journey. This includes ways to track spending and even save extra money for free. In case you haven’t noticed, both Money Tree Man and Money Tree Lady both use awesome calendars to track their progress, and I can’t help from posting them!
Finally, I have a guide explaining how to use the Zero Day Challenge spreadsheet. If you haven’t signed up for my mailing list yet, go over to Zero Day Challenge and join the mailing list! You’ll gain access to the spreadsheet, including some really great other content released on a monthly basis. If you are already subscribed to the Zero Day Finance mailing list, I would also recommend joining the Zero Day Challenge list as well.
The reason is that the Zero Day Challenge mailing list will include content to specifically help you on your Zero Day Challenge, plus Zero Day Challenge updates. I won’t ever spam you on either mailing lists. Each list is capped at no more than 1 email per month.
If you want more updates, also follow Zero Day Challenge on Twitter.
Keep calm and take the Zero Day Challenge https://t.co/GAEpqImxDb
— Zero Day Challenge (@zerodaychalleng) July 31, 2017
I will continue to publish 2-3 personal finance articles on Zero Day Finance every week, but I will do all of my in-depth posts about the Zero Day Challenge on my new site. So why not visit Zero Day Challenge, subscrbe to the newsletter, and decide if you want to significantly reduce your spending!