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    The $5 Savings Plan

    10 Christmas gifts in a jar

    Weekly Money Saving Idea

    A neat way to save for Christmas or vacation or something fun.

    I'm trying to save up for something nice for myself for my birthday in July (pay off debt, finally get a [used] car, etc.) so I came up with a simple savings plan to do it. I figured if anyone wants to join me, I'd post the graphic here. Who wouldn't want a planned savings of $2,030 by July? You just deposit a multiple of 5 in your account every Friday. This will cut down on my random b.s. bouts of spending now that I have an accessible endpoint to a savings goal.

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    HandPainted Mason Jar Quotes DIY

    Turn old honey bear jars into a thing of beauty. Put pretty flowers in them too.

    Lace and Pearl Mason Jar

    $5 Savings Plan - each time a $5 bill lands in your wallet, remove it and save in envelope to be added to your savings acct.

    20 Cool Diy Mason Jar Ideas | DIY and Crafts

    recycle jars. Add scrapbook paper accents.

    Target's Best Kept Secrets {That Help You Save BIG}

    How to cut a glass bottle in 30 sec. BETTER THAN YARN AND FINGERNAIL POLISH REMOVER. (Seriously, if you are planning to cut glass, do yourself a favor and take the time to watch this video that compares different methods on Pinterest. You'll be glad you did!)

    It's all about the Lincolns - the 5 dollar bill savings plan! So cool. I might have to try this.

    Sneaky Ways to Save Money - come add your ideas

    Tutorial: DIY Geodes To make beautiful geodes in your own kitchen you need more patience and time than anything else! Here is the basic recipe to start you off in the world of beautiful geodes.

    46 Penny-Pinching Ways To Save A Lot Of Money This Year--I already do some of them, but there are some really good tips I hadn't thought of!

    Start on January 1st with an empty jar. Throughout the year write the good things that happened to you on little pieces of paper. On December 31st, open the jar and read all the amazing things that happened to you that year.