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TOOLS AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
Jeff and Sue
Some of our followers have asked us “How do you keep track of all of your stuff?” Well, that is easy if you are currently a Summit Credit Union member! Even though we utilize our own “system” for keeping track of our weekly spending, Summit’s Climbr offers so much. All of these features work together to help you stay on track to meet your financial goals. Let us briefly explain the features we use.

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Do I really need it?
Emily and Ginger
Some moments are harder than others when it comes to choosing to spend less or no money. As we get further into our journey with Project Money, we have been grappling with how much and when to change our decision making patterns when it comes to spending money. 
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The Benefits of Summit’s Climbr
Emily
When I first started Project Money, I thought a budgeting app was not going to help me. In the world of instant gratification, I thought I could plug some numbers in the first month and that could be my budget. I could follow that for the next 10 years at least, and not have to adjust it. Boy was I wrong.
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New Chapter
Becky and Steve
Tomorrow is our 24th wedding anniversary and we are writing this blog from Phoenix, Arizona where we will drop our son off at college. We are so excited for him and so proud of him, but the house will be a little quieter without him. It will be interesting how our budgets will adjust with only having one kid at home now.
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Adventures in Summertime Budgeting
Emily and Ginger
Emily survived the week on single-parent duty while Ginger was out of state for work last week! Planning, preparing, and dinners at family and friend's houses were key to a smooth week and staying in the budget. While Ginger had an amazing work trip, she missed her family and was excited to be home just in time for the weekend. In anticipation of extra expenses while traveling, Ginger took out $100 in cash and established that as a spending limit for her trip. This method was so successful that she made it back home with $20 to spare. 
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HARD WORK & DILIGENCE IS PAYING OFF
Jeff and Sue
Last week, we told you about how we hold each other accountable with our finances. This week, we would like to tell you how our month of July actually ended. As you recall, we did have a couple of hiccups at the end of the month with our air conditioner not working and our vehicle not starting. Well, it turned out to be relatively quick and inexpensive fixes for both. Dodged that bullet!
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