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It’s Uber Frugal Month prep time! Welcome to everyone signed up for the Uber Frugal Month Challenge and, if you haven’t signed up yet, you can do so in the box below. Join over 20,600 fellow frugal sojourners who’ve already taken the Challenge and committed to taking control of their finances. We’ve had Challenge participants from Prague, the Netherlands, South Africa, Finland, Romania, Germany, Australia, Ireland, England, Wales, Canada, Scotland, Denmark, New Zealand, and more! The Uber Frugal Month Challenge is designed not only to save you money in one month, but to restructure your consumer mindset and ultimately, turn your Uber Frugal Month into an Uber Frugal Life. Starting the day you sign up, I’ll send you an email a day for 31 days. Each email will have a tip, meditation, or other frugality enhancer.
Before we get started, be aware that UFM is the equivalent of frugal tough love. Yes, Frugalwoods is a judgement-free zone and yes, I believe there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to frugality and yes, we all have unique circumstances and factors at play in our lives. Consider this post your official UFM rubric, guideline, outline, and to-do list. A homestead in the woods was our goal, what’s yours? Write down your answers to the following questions and be as specific as possible.
Instead, identify the heart of why you want to save more money and exactly how much money you want to save. Without an overarching reason or purpose, frugality is difficult to maintain. Why are you participating in this Challenge? What do you hope to achieve?
What are your longterm life goals? Where do you want to be in 10 years? What about your current lifestyle might prevent those goals from coming to fruition and what can you do about it? If you have a partner, it’s ideal to attack this exercise together. If you sense your partner might be resistant, you can blame me. I’m doing this Uber Frugal Month Challenge in an effort to maximize our savings and build a better future for our family and, as part of the Challenge, we’re supposed to discuss some questions with our partner. Can we sit down and talk through this?