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Keeping Track of Small Savings is Hard

We make a ton of spending decisions each week and many of us try to find ways to save a little money. We know a couple small changes here and there can add up quick, but it’s hard to see the impact of those decisions throughout the course of a month.

When you make a decision to not spend $5, it doesn’t feel like a big deal. That’s because you can’t see how small spending adds up quick.

Maybe you’ve decided to eat healthier and are taking your lunch to work. Did you avoid the impulse purchase you know you don’t need, skip that afternoon trip to the vending machine?

All of these small decisions can lead to big savings… but it’s not always easy to actually account for the money.

Where does it all go?

For most of us, it tends to get lost in the shuffle of our checking account while we count the days till our next paycheck.

What if there was a tool that helped you recognize those small savings decisions, tracks them for you, and allows you to watch the cash add up??

There is. It’s called Tip Yourself. Maybe you’re a member already.

With Tip Yourself you can easily recognize those savings decisions and transfer money from your checking account into your own personal Tip Jar with a quick touch of a button.

Watch your money grow and let your small daily actions be a source of motivation and reward!

Some ways Tip Yourself Members are Saving Money:

1. Bring lunch to work
2. Brewing coffee at home
3. Sticking to their shopping list
4. Skip an impulse purchase

Saving money doesn’t have to be focused on big audacious goals or long-term plans.

Just take a moment each time you make a budget-friendly choice and Tip Yourself! Being able to actually see your savings grow is a powerful motivator for success.

How you use your Tip Jar cash is completely up to you. Maybe it’s the rainy day fund you know you need, or maybe it’s guilt-free fun money you spend on the weekends.

Regardless of how you plan to use your Tip Jar money, just remember… You Earned it!

Not a Tip Yourself Member yet? Join Today.

A lifelong student of habits and behavior change. Mike is the CEO and co-founder of Tip Yourself, a mobile app and community focused on saving money through positivity and small shifts in habits.

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