Savings Nation, from Savings.com, is coming your way! I am so excited to help let this money-saving, coupon-clipping, life-transforming news out of the bag.
The purpose of this blog is to help people live their best life on less and pursue their passions, regardless of their station in life. Sure, that sounds great, right? But it doesn’t do anyone any good if I don’t give you practical tips for how to make that a reality.
Of course, this blog has been a great way for me to share that message, but I’ve also been asked by so many of you for more personal (and in-person!) help. Now, with the help of the amazing Savings.com team, not only will I be able to provide that very help as a DealPro teacher here in Nashville, but soon you’ll find DealPro teachers all over this great land of ours!
For now, my friends from the Savvy Blogging team will be kicking off four coupon classes next month in the following cities:
Don’t worry if you don’t see your city yet – just head over to the Savings Nation page to find out more details and request classes in your town!
Of course these coupon classes will be packed with tons of helpful savings tips that will change your family’s budget, but to truly change your lifestyle for the better, a behavioral change has to be in place as well. That’s why Savings Nation is just one aspect of another Savings.com initiative: Consumer Health.
Consumer Health means spending less so you can live more.
Consumer Health means setting personal finance goals that result in your ideal lifestyle.
Consumer health leads to better spending choices that make a positive impact on our lifestyles, families and communities. We believe each of us has the power to be a healthy consumer if we’re willing to be financially fit, which looks different for everyone.
The path to consumer health begins with these three questions:
- What lifestyle do I want?
- Why do I want that lifestyle?
- How will my purchases impact my lifestyle, family and community?
As a DealPro Teacher, I’m so excited to begin this journey with you. I’ll have more details in the coming weeks, but for now, check out this clever stop-animation video:
Leave a comment below if you’re as excited about this as I am or if you want to know more about the first classes in Nashville!