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Did You Start Your 52-Week Money Challenge?

Early of this year (January 2017), I stumbled upon this weird challenge, the 52-week money challenge.

The first time I got introduced to it, I became confused because I couldn't understand how it worked.

Anyway, the idea of saving money from your salary or business weekly is a good idea but the challenge is you will add the original amount of money to the previous week's money every week.

I'll give you an example so you'll have an idea. Let's say you decided to start with 5 pesos as your based money. Here's a table for reference:

Sample 52 Week Money Challenge


Take a look at the second to the last column (the one with yellow highlighted colors).

On the first week of January, you have to save 5 pesos. On the second week, save 10 pesos. On the third, 15 pesos. Do this until you reach the last week of December and I guarantee you, you will see great result and feel accomplished.

The problem here in this challenge is how long are you going to keep this up? Do you have enough discipline to complete the challenge? The answer will show once we reach December.

Before I end this post, I would like to share with you the screenshot of my 52-week money challenge. You'll notice that some of the weeks, I advanced my savings.

Thank you for taking your time reading my post. Have a great day ahead!

Jethro Sas - 52 Week Money Challenge

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