Welcome to No Spend November
Take the Pledge to be More Mindful About Spending and Saving
November is the perfect time to shift our mindset about money and take a closer look at our financial situation. That’s why GreenPath Financial Wellness is bringing back our No Spend November challenge! We will share financial tips every week so that you can be more mindful of your spending over the holidays.
Our goal is to support you with practical financial tools each week, so that you can assess your situation and create financial goals for your family.
Each week, we will post on the GreenPath Financial Wellness blog section: No Spend November. These posts will also be shared on our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages. Make sure that you’re following our social channels and searching for the hashtag #NoSpendNovember.
Use this time to reflect on small and simple changes that you can apply to your spending habits. Comment on our social media posts and let us know what change you’ll be making for No Spend November.
Give the Gift that Keeps on Giving
According to finder.com, an estimated 134 million American adults will go into debt because of the holidays and it will take an average of 4.5 months to pay off their holiday debt. GreenPath Financial Wellness is on a mission to change that! We’ve helped hundreds of thousands of people just like you pay off their debt, save more, and achieve their financial goals.
If you’re one of the 80% of Americans with credit card debt or other high-interest loans, you may be able to reduce your interest rate AND pay off your debt faster under a GreenPath Debt Management Plan (DMP).
Use our debt payoff calculator to see how much you could save under a DMP. If it looks like we may be able to save you money, simply fill out our call request form and one of our counselors will be in touch within 2 business days.
Get Started With the GreenPath Blog
We encourage everyone to participate in the “NoSpendNovember” pledge with us! Check out our blog articles for tips on how to implement small changes and apply them to your spending habits throughout the holidays and into the New Year.