Another month, another set of Zero Day Finance updates! This one will be fairly brief because the October Zero Day Challenge is starting today! If you want to start saving a ton of money and register enter for the chance to win cash prizes, right now! If you’ve never heard of the Zero Day Challenge, well now is the time to learn how it’s saving me $18,432 this year! Oh yeah about the featured image? I thought it looked cool. No idea what it actually is, maybe a marble? Anyway, let’s begin!
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!
Welcome back to the Zero Day Finance update! I haven’t done a dedicated one of these in awhile, and I’ve got a lot to cover. July was an incredible month. I launched a new Zero Day Challenge website, was featured in RockStar Finance, CNBC, and YNAB, at least 30 or 40 people have started their own Zero Day Challenges, and I got a bonus at work! Plus I got to spend a full 2 weeks in New York with my fiancée!
Hello everyone, my May update post is coming a little late because I just got back from vacation! If you haven’t checked out the Zero Day Challenge, give it a quick read. Basically I track my daily spending and gamify savings by counting how many “zero days” I accumulate during the month. The more zero days, the better! I’m also going to include a little more general Zero Day Finance information in these posts. Overall, May was awesome and I can’t wait for June! If you want a TLDR of my finances, check out my Net Worth page for a quick sneak peek.
March is over, which means we get another Zero Day Challenge results post! If you haven’t checked out the challenge, give it a quick read. Basically, I gamify savings by keeping track of “zero days” — days where I don’t spend any money. Spending $0 for an entire day is a great way to decrease your spending. The more “zero days” you can get during the month, the lower your overall spending will be. This month was a big step for me because I finally changed jobs to increase my salary. I also made it to the second page of Reddit before the mods over at r/personalfinance decided to delete my post and ban my account 🙁