Good morning my dear readers! I am very excited to announce that my latest article, titled What is the 52 Week Savings Challenge? [+ Ways to Spice it up!], is now available on Women Who Money!
Women Who Money is a well-respected personal finance blog that provides trustworthy personal finance information for women. They categorize their articles based on levels, 100-level (notice), 200-level (intermediate), and 300-level (advanced). My article is a 100-level one. This means that it is an easy-to-read-and-understand article, and the tips there are not difficult to implement.
It was a great honour to be writing for the site, and Vicki and Amy were fantastic to work with. I highly recommend that you work with them if you are thinking about guest posting. You may also want to check out my Ultimate Guide to Personal Finance Guest Posting. I have a comprehensive list of personal finance blogs that accept/do not accept guest posts, and I am sure you will find one that meets your niche. I also update the post on a regular basis to make sure that it is up-to-date.
A bit about my article:
My article on Women Who Money explains what the 52-week savings challenge is, and the five variations from the traditional method that you can use to spice it up. There is also an audio version for my article if you prefer to give it a listen.
Please check out the article to find out about the details of my methods. I sincerely hope that you find the article helpful. Please leave a comment down below if you know any other variations to the 52-week savings challenge, or if there are any other savings challenges you know of!
If you’d like to learn more about money saving tips & tricks, you may be interested in this page, where I talk about all the tips & tricks that I have found useful in my own life.
Bella Wanana is the blogger behind bellawanana.com, a personal finance and lifestyle blog. She loves sharing with her readers the best tips and tricks on personal finance and how to live a balanced but fulfilling life. She is also a freelance writer, and she has been featured on sites like MSN.com, Reader’s Digest, The Financial Diet, Yahoo Finance, and GOBankingRates.