52 Week Savings Piggy Banks

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Hey guys. I am back with a New Years Resolutions themed sticker printable for the 52 Week Savings Challenge.

I am pretty sure you all have heard of this. You can search Pinterest and find many planner inserts and printables to track your progress. I need to be better about saving my money, so I thought I would implement this savings plan in my own life and I thought you guys might want to do the same thing too.

I was watching a Plan With Me Tutorial on Youtube from Sweet Kawaii Design. She is doing this same thing and she said she was going to work backwards and start at 52 instead of 1 because money is tight at the end of the year around the holidays. And I thought this was a great idea! So that is what I am going to do too. Starting on January 1st, I am putting $52 dollars in my savings and then the next Friday will be $51 and so on and so on. I am using these stickers on my Monthly Calendar in my planner.

I left the rest of the banks at the bottom empty so that if I made an extra deposit, I could put one of these stickers down and write the amount in myself. After I cut the Piggy Banks with my Silhouette, they measure .933 W x 1.000 H.

I just love how these came out and I hope using these might motivate and remind me to build up my savings. This is an icon I downloaded from flaticon.com. I just changed the colors and made it my own.

Here is a preview of the printable I made for myself and I hope this inspires you to create your own printable to use in your planner:

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  1. I really love these, I just am so bad at saving :( and I only get paid monthly so I'm going to wait but this is the first "cute" savings one!! As always thank you for all your work!

    1. I am bad at saving too. It makes it hard when you only get paid once a month and have a planner addiction like we do huh?!

  2. Those are the cutest thing ever!! Thank you for sharing them with us.