Ok I’m gonna toot my own horn here and let you all in on some of the feedback I’ve gotten from other readers/listeners!!
I know I’m really good at talking the talk but I wanted you to see from the readers that I can also walk the walk!!
Great Budget Tips
Over the years I have tried so many different ways to budget but after being laid off I realized even more the importance of budgeting. After stumbling across Jenny’s site I signed up for her Single Girl’s 7 Day Budget Program and I was very surprised to say the least.
Not only did she give some great tips but unlike a lot of sites she as actually a real person. She answered all of my emails personally and very quickly always within the same day and she made me feel comfortable. I enjoyed her tips, the extras she offered and I felt that she really understood how hard it can be to really budget. Its like she was looking over my shoulder and she already knew how lazy I was sometimes when it came to keeping up with my budget. Whether you are just starting to budget or have been budgeting with success I think that anyone could benefit from Jenny’s advice.
Reminders Really Help!
The Jenny Pincher reminders and updates really help me stay on track. I have tried to set out budgets before but I always lose interest or forget to track my spending for a day and then I have lost my motivation. The emails helped keep me moving forward toward my goal. Thank you Jenny!!!!
Jenny Pincher Financial Guru!
Jenny knows how to get you on track to a better financial world and takes you there with her blog!
This was a great program. I have told other friends about the website.
Thank you Jenny for making the process of creating a budget appear much easier than I thought. Your simple delivery of the process has encouraged me to make the first step to get on the path to learning tomanage my money!
Paying Attention to Finances
First thing I did was do an honest budget of where I was spending my money. What I could save on. Immediately noticed that being single I eat out way too much. Cut that number in half and pulled that money out on payday and threw it in savings.
2nd was to quit using the change I get. I put any Ones and change in a jar. So far I have about 40 bucks and thats just about 2-3 weeks worth.
Third thing was to start going thru stuff to see what I had that I never use. Trying to see what I can and donate the other stuff.
These are big steps and I will impliment some other stuff over time. Happy that you helped me to at least think about a financial emergency and have a plan to use for backup funds.
If you are a regular reader of my blog or you have went through my Single Girl’s 7 Day Budget Program or completed my Budget Bootcamp and my content has helped you, please send me your comments. I would love to include them in my Testimonials page! Don’t worry, I won’t leave your full name, just first name, last name initial and the city you are from.