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Started the dollar bill challenge:

December 1st, 2010 at 06:45 pm

I started on the dollar bill challenge today. I bought steak at Bi Lo yesterday and saved $4 using my bi lo card. Then I unloaded the rest of my dollar bills out of my wallet this morning. I had 7 of them, so I am adding $11.00 to the $20 challenge today.

Prev. total 15,886.00
today 11.00
new total $15,897.00

3 Responses to “Started the dollar bill challenge:”

  1. scottish girl Says:

    i remember you done this before and it worked out well. You always do fantastic though Smile

  2. Ladya70 Says:

    I started today as well and I saved $2. Do you want to update daily or weekly basis?

  3. Jerry Says:

    I am thinking of doing something similar, although we are currently living in a country with another currency - so there are no $1 bills. In fact, they have no bills smaller than 2 Leva over here, which means that the $1 equivalent is a 1 Lev coin. (Which leads to them being MUCH easier to spend, I note with some chagrin). I am thinking that maybe I will save every 1 Lev coin that I get, and see if that offers me some insurance of a decent amount at the end of the month? I'm betting that it will... thanks for the inspiration!
    Jerry

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