Welcome to Day 1 of the Uber Frugal Month Challenge!
Note: You can sign-up for the Uber Frugal Month Challenge at any time! Although we take the Challenge as a group every January and July, you can start it on your own whenever you’d like. Just sign-up in the box below and you’ll receive an email a day for 31 days.
Happy New Year! And welcome to the first day of the Uber Frugal Month Challenge! Over
6,000 7,000 8,000 folks are joining me on an epic journey through extreme frugality during the month of January–and you can too! If you sign-up today in the box below, you’ll be on track with the rest of us to receive an email from me every single day of January.
Uber Frugal Month Challenge Signup
We all need some encouragement and inspiration! 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.
If you woke up this morning wondering what your New Year’s resolution should be, wonder no more! The Uber Frugal Month (UFM) is the perfect New Year’s gift to give yourself–and–it’s only a month long. If you’re already signed up, congratulations and welcome! You should’ve received your first UFM email this morning (check your spam folder if you don’t see it).
Although, true to its name, the Uber Frugal Month is only a month long, it’s designed to create lasting changes in how we interact with our money. After all, it’s pointless to save a ton of money one month only to go spend a ton of money every other month. Indeed, the overarching goal of an Uber Frugal Month is to recalibrate your mindset in relation to spending, saving, material goods, and what you truly need in order to live your version of the good life.
The UFM shocks your system by removing all of your unnecessary spending and helps you identify your long-term goals and priorities. Through the UFM, you’ll also discover just how much money you could save every month if you embraced extreme frugality for the longterm, like Mr. Frugalwoods and me. And this is a virtuous cycle: the less money you need to live on, the more money you save, and the less money you need to earn for the rest of your life.
But long-term extreme frugality isn’t miserly deprivation, it’s all about strategically spending only in service of what matters most to you. Frugality mutes the noise of unnecessary consumerism and grants you the freedom to build the life you want–instead of the life you feel you have to live.
If you’re joining me in this Challenge, or if you’d like to know more about it, check out: Uber Frugal Month: The Ultimate Guide To Saving More Money Than You Ever Thought Possible! You can also join the conversation in our Uber Frugal Month community on Facebook.