30-Day Money Mindfulness Challenge
This Money Mindfulness Challenge is designed to help employees improve their financial wellness by cultivating mindfulness and awareness around their finances. The challenge encourages participants to track their expenses and create a budget for 30 days, to identify areas where they can save money and make positive changes to their financial habits.
How to Get Started
To get started with this challenge, simply contact us to discuss your needs and receive a personalized quote. We will work with you to develop a plan that fits your workplace culture and goals.
Once the challenge is underway, we will provide ongoing support and resources to help participants stay on track and achieve their healthy eating goals.
Costs vary depending on the number of participants. Please contact us for a personalized quote.
To participate in the challenge, employees will receive access to a suite of tools and resources designed to support them in tracking their expenses and creating a budget. These might include:
- Budgeting templates and worksheets to help participants track their income and expenses, identify areas where they are overspending, and make a plan for how to save money
- Resources and guides on best practices for budgeting, managing debt, saving for retirement, and other key financial topics
- Educational content on the benefits of mindfulness around finances, and tips for practicing financial mindfulness in daily life
Throughout the challenge, participants will be encouraged to reflect on their spending habits and identify areas where they can make positive changes. They will also have access to a supportive community of other challenge participants, where they can share tips and insights, ask questions, and get support from others who are also working to improve their financial wellness.
Overall, the challenge can be a powerful tool for promoting employee financial wellness and creating a more financially literate workforce.
By helping employees to develop mindfulness and awareness around their finances, we can improve financial literacy, reduce financial stress, and build a stronger and more resilient workforce.