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After a big move from Texas to Ohio, I finally got my act together when it comes to finances. I’m excited to share that my debt free journey officially started on August 14, 2018. I’m hoping to be debt free by this time next year, but I know that life happens and also set a secondary goal of being debt free by 30.
I’ll loosely be following the Dave Ramsey method, it’s what’s best for me at this time.
That said, the first baby step is saving up a $1000 for an emergency fund. I’m a very visual person and the kind that gets excited by filling things in by hand. So, I just had to create a savings tracker that would work for me. The result was this.
Emergency Fund Savings Tracker
I set a goal of Thanksgiving, but hope to save it up before that!
By coloring in the graph, it gives me the visual view that I often need to feel accomplished. This is what sets this tracker apart from the savings challenge I tried once and I’m so excited to try this method!
How do you track your savings?
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