Week 10 Money DramaI'm feeling the heat of this challenge, it's not easy. I got my £10 out and bought something instead of coming straight to the tin.
So I suddenly realised why its so hard to accomplish even though it's deceptively simple. Save the number of the week and soon at the end of the year, you'll be cashed up. Sitting on the money box. The truth is that after the the single digits weeks, things become a little harder. I mean I started on week 7 and I'm feeling the heat
What makes it complicated?
Note I'm using my home currency of GBP or Pound Sterling but this applies to any currency using the decimal currency.
In the first week of single digits from £1 to £9 a total of £45 is saved. Now this the baseline savings. The for the next ten weeks from 10 to 19 a total of £100 is saved plus the based rate of £45. Now this means getting £10 plus whatever number from 1-9 to put into the kitty - tin.
Now this is find until the challenge starts to approaches the 20s, 30s,40s and each of those weeks will have the additional baseline savings of £45. Personally, I think it's hard to maintain especially if one is on a lower income. It sounds simple but not.