It’s the most wonderful time of the year: Snow Day Season!
In the winter, students all over the country wear their pajamas inside out and flush ice cubes down the toilet, hoping they’ll wake up to several inches of snow and no school.
And every so often, it works! (Not really, but it’s fun to imagine it might.)
Building snowmen and going sledding are both super fun, but after several snow days, you might find yourself looking for other things to do.
Sure, you could binge the newest Netflix shows, play a video game, finally learn how to knit, or *gasp* finish all of your homework, but I’m going to make a radical suggestion: make a money plan.
Many money experts and companies encourage adults to set aside one weekday per quarter (every three months) to look through their money situation and change or update anything that needs attention.
Teens and college students may not have much money to manage, but it’s always good to know where you stand and have a plan in mind for the future.
So this year, I invite you to set aside at least an hour or two during a snow day (or teacher work day, or whatever) to take note of what you have, what you want, and how you’re going to get there.
To help, I’ve created a few printables that you can use (for free!) to help you get and stay organized with your money, even if all you have is a piggy bank.
Let me know if you use them and if you have any suggestions for edits or for other printables!