Back all of two weeks ago when I decided to start this blog, I had the idea that I’d do a series about the fun money-saving apps I use to both save up for specific things and to boost my savings effortlessly. After all, I’m a millennial with a smartphone so it’s only natural I use these things, right? (I would say that’s a hilarious joke because I didn’t even get a smartphone until a month after I graduated college so I’m still relatively new to this scene, but it turns out joke’s on me because I’m just as addicted as I assume all the cool kids are who got theirs back in high school and college. That’s one of the reasons my personal Facebook account has been deactivated for something like 5 months now, but I digress).
Well, I’m putting the horse before the cart here because this post is about why I’m going to stop using one of said magical money-saving apps. Continue reading “Digit review: effortless savings with an unfortunate new change”