Allison is a full time working wife, mom, friend, and fitness challenge enthusiast. She is participating in the Tri for a Cure for the first time. "I am so honored to be doing so. It's been one of my greatest training challenges yet, and I can't wait to get out there on race day with so many inspiring women." I asked Allison to try Mindbosa while she trained and followed up with her about her experience. -Jessica Lea Nolette (founder & blog creator)
What was your absolute biggest challenge with saving money prior to signing up for Mindbosa?
Honestly, just doing it. My husband and I are always talking about ways to cut back on spending, save more, etc. We do those things, but something as simple as setting aside $1 here, and there was something I just never put into action.
How did the challenge of saving money make you feel?
Maybe a little lazy.
What changed after using Mindbosa?
Certainly the feeling of not doing enough or being lazy about actively saving money changed! It's empowering to see the numbers go up in your account. And having it tied to a physical goal is incredibly motivating.
What specific results can you share?
I've saved over $300 with Mindbosa since I signed up in March and started training for the Tri. It's really amazing how quickly 50¢ or $1 can add up. I look forward to finishing my workouts and immediately logging my miles!
What would you say to somebody on the fence about signing up?
There is just no reason NOT to sign up. It's so easy and is completely customizable for your personal goals.
Anything else to add?
Just that I love Jessica and Mindbosa. :)
And we love you, too!
Allison has raised close to $800 for Maine Cancer Foundation's Tri for a Cure. Every dollar counts in the fight against cancer. #wetriharder
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