I didn't really set an intention for May - and I think it was just what I needed. But we are halfway through the year and I am ready to jump back in to trying to shimmer.
Ben and I have some big adult decisions (i.e. bills) that will be coming up this summer (mainly buying a car) and we've decided it's time to get serious about saving. We're going to tighten the budget, find ways to cut corners (which honestly, we do a lot of already), and hopefully have something to show for it at the end of the month.
I have to admit though, saving in general intimidates me. It's easy to talk about in big general terms, but it can be hard to nail down specifics. Part of that might be because people don't want to talk "numbers" when they talk money because money can be such a touchy subject, but I also think part of it is a lot of people struggle to find what works.
Hopefully I'll have a few things to point to at the end of the month, but I'm happy to pick up tips in the meantime!
How do you save? Do you do it because you "should" or is it something you like to plan/figure out?
What's your intention for June?