Giveaway: Plan Save Thrive Online Workshop

PLAN SAVE THRIVE online workshop

Today I’m taking a break from posting my menu plan on a Monday to bring you a very special giveaway from Melissa over at Frugal and Thriving.

Frugal and Thriving is one of my favourite Australian blogs, and one that I’ve been reading since before I even thought about starting my own blog. Melissa shares frugal real food recipes, craft and upcycling projects, organising tips and frugal living with kids and babies. 

Now she is running a 10 week course called Plan Save Thrive, which helps you to take control of your finances without a complicated budget. The workshop will be delivered by email twice a week, on Mondays and Thursdays, and will cover topics like conducting a financial health check, saving money on groceries, saving for emergencies and creating an automated Payday Plan. You can see a full list of topics here. There will also be a private online forum where you can meet other participants and receive support.

I’ve been lucky enough to see a preview of the course and have to say it looks great. The notes are straightforward and easy to understand, the tasks are easy to complete and show real ways to cut down your expenses and save money.

The workshop starts on Monday the 17th of March and costs $46. However, I have one place in the workshop to give away to one lucky reader. And because it’s delivered online it’s open to anyone worldwide (although it is written from an Australian perspective). 

To enter, sign up to receive my email updates and leave a comment telling me why you want to participate in the Plan Save Thrive workshop. Entries close on Saturday 15th of March at 9PM AEST. 

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  1. Anonymous says:

    As an international student, who is studying in Melbourne, i found it is a very practical way to help me get through. And it is a very healthy way to live, good for your own also good for our surrounding environment, avoiding unnecessary waste. Besides that, i reckon it is a useful way to improve my English level.All of these topics are related to our single daily life. I am getting to know how to express these ideas, thoughts. Thank you:)

    • Thanks so much for entering Anonymous 🙂 I agree that frugal living is good in so many different ways. Good luck with your studies!

      • Anonymous says:

        thanks, my name is Xiaolin. have a good day. Just finished my nursing. Now is applying for registration. 🙂

  2. I have taken a financial course before, but the detail of it was overwhelming. I’m hoping this is a simpler, big picture type of course. Thanks. I really have enjoyed your FB page.

  3. Stacey Shailer says:

    I’ve been following Melissa’s Frugal and Thriving blog for a while now, and it’s fantastic! I’d love to win a place on the course, would help give our budget and lifestyle a real boost from struggling along.

  4. Renee Ballantyne says:

    Money is so tight these days and would love to be able to save more for my families future

  5. What a great idea! So many people don’t know how to budget, I feel like I spend my life reorganising friend’s budgets and I failed high school maths!


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