12 responses to ““No Money May”

  1. This looks like a great idea! We do something similar that we call a “spending fast” but we never really put a time limit on it. I think we’ll have to join you on this. I love the name too! So catchy!

  2. I totally agree! My son (who is now 19) has been paying for non essentials since he started working at 16. I think it has really helped curb his spending and develop an appreciation for earning and saving money.
    I like your idea of No Money May. I may need to do that myself!

  3. I completely agree!

  4. I love how you are teaching your children about money. It is a vital life skill and it is important to start early. I have worked since the age of 17, including throughout university. It certainly made me more conscious of my spending habits.

  5. Great idea!! And this is such an important skill for our kids to learn. Thanks for sharing!

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