The 52 Week Money Challenge

What would you do with an extra $4000 each year? You can find out when you take the 52 Week Money Challenge! Different variants of this challenge have been going around the internet for a few years now. The basic concept is you start off by saving $1, and you double that each week. Example: […]

2 Simple Changes That Will Quadruple Your Savings

Arguably, my favorite part of being the social media manager for PennyProfit is reading the stories submitted by our wonderful users. There is one story I just have not been able to get out of my head since I read it, Russ’s story. Russ used PennyProfit in the most basic way that many of our […]

How To Minimize Grocery Trips and Spending During Lockdown

Grocery shopping these days can be a highly anxious experience for many. There can be health risks and many stores are setting a purchase limit in response to dwindling supplies of basic staples. You know, that can of baked beans that you’re not sure how it got in there but has always been in the back of your pantry […]

5 Ways To Invest In Your Future-Self While You #stayhome

2020 will be a year that nobody forgets. A year where staying in and saving money became the cool thing, or more correctly, the only thing, to do. It is an anxious, stressful time for many as people are losing their jobs and small businesses are closing their doors for good. When each day feels […]

How The Cast Of NBC’s The Office Uses PennyProfit!!!

Saving for College PennyProfit Style

College is expensive. According to US News, the average cost for tuition and fees at a public university is $11,260, with costs jumping to $41,426 at private colleges. Many parents wish they could help their children with these financial burdens and aid them from going into massive debt; however, they feel lost at the best way […]

Date Night Jar Ideas

One of my favorite parts about PennyProfit is the ability to save with someone. This has made date night planning with my SO super simple! We set a goal based on the type of date we want to go on, set our splits so we are both contributing, and then watch it grow! Usually we […]

Coin Shortage…What?

Toilet paper. Meat. Coins. What do these 3 things have in common? They have all been the subject of a significant shortage during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Toilet paper shortages were pretty amusing at first with classic memes being rolled out left and right. Vegans were rooting for meat shortages, so excited they could wet their plants. But coin […]

Saving Money As Self Care—4 Principles To Live By

“Saving money helps to support you. I believe it is therefore a form of self-care” -Laura McDonnell Money Coach I couldn’t tell you why this particular quote on Instagram grabbed my attention but for some reason this concept has fascinated me since I saw it! In a world where #selfcare is filled with images of overpriced […]

How To Host The Greatest Office Pool Ever

We’ve all participated in a little office betting, whether it’s March Madness or wagering on who will win Best Picture (which nobody ever guesses correctly because who on earth saw THAT movie?) Office pools are a great way to get to know your coworkers and their interests. They are a fun, light-hearted way to pass […]