A Recap of #NoSpendNovember

  • November 30, 2020
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness

Our No Spend November blog series is coming to a close.

The tips we have shared will lead you on the path to financial wellness in 2021. So feel free to go back and look through our No Spend November blog posts.

Just in case you missed any of this year’s financial tips, here are the top 5 takeaways from #NoSpendNovember 2020.

It is possible to save during a Pandemic.


Check out our financial tips to help you be more mindful of your spending during November.


Self-care and kindness are essential; take some time to treat yourself. And don’t forget to spread kindness to others, which is possible even at no cost! Self-care and kindness are how you are going to maintain your sanity amidst homeschooling and stay-at-home orders.

Online spending is at an all-time high because of the hours we are spending at home connecting remotely. Don’t let online spending derail your financial goals; check out our tips on curbing your online spending.

When it comes to managing your money, you are not alone! All of us have been impacted in some way by COVID 19. Many people reduce their stress by teaming with a trusted resource to navigate the financial changes and uncertainty they are experiencing.

We hope the #NoSpendNovember series of articles has helped you pause and think about your finances so you can emerge from the Pandemic for a financially healthy holiday.

As No Spend November comes to a close, we are grateful that we can help you reach your financial goals.

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Dusti Young Dusti Young has a passion and energy for spreading financial wellness. Through her role at GreenPath, she connects people to financial wellness by working with GreenPath’s partners. Dusti has been with GreenPath for nearly 13 years and has held a number of roles, including financial counselor, business analyst, and her current role, Partner Relations Specialist.