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$162.00
Total Savings

Homemade Coffee (+$4)
Took Public Transit (+$15)
Packed lunch (+$11)
Skipped Beer (+$8)
Skipped Cocktail (+$16)
$5
$10
$20

Trick List
0
1
1/17/2023
$4.00
coffee
2
1/17/2023
$20.00
Skipped burger
3
1/18/2023
$15.00
public transit
4
1/18/2023
$10.00
Made TJ dinner instead
5
1/19/2023
$4.00
coffee
6
1/20/2023
$11.00
packed lunch
7
1/20/2023
$4.00
coffee
8
1/20/2023
$15.00
public transit
9
1/21/2023
$15.00
public transit
10
1/23/2023
$4.00
coffee
11
1/23/2023
$15.00
public transit
12
1/23/2023
$11.00
packed lunch
13
1/25/2023
$4.00
coffee
14
1/25/2023
$11.00
packed lunch
15
1/30/2023
$15.00
public transit
16
2/1/2023
$4.00
coffee
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$162.00
Sum
16
Count
Backstory
When I worked at Level Money, we designed a feature called Trackers that allowed people to automatically track spending on specific, custom categories. Instead of spending, this lil’ app manually tracks savings.
This keeps the user’s focus on the positive, and oriented on the limitless amount that could be saved instead of a spending cap. It also requires interaction. Instead of automatically tallying a spending total from connected transaction feeds, this “good friction” creates cognizance - the magic word in habit change.
It’s set at San Francisco prices, with an estimated savings per action.
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Make it an “app”
Feel free to copy it, clear out the rows of the Trick List, adjust the values, and Share; “Add to Homescreen” to make a little savings tracker on your phone!

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@carrieflips



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