My original goal for this month was to put 45% of my take-home income on debt. I’m pleased to say I actually put 46% of my income on my three debts and still somehow came under my total monthly budget by $3.60.
Monday -$5.52 Qoola Tuesday +$499.73 -$3.75 gym Wednesday -$500 credit card -$20 gas -$10.53 groceries Thursday -$14.10 breakfast at Cup of Joe Friday -$91.99 car insurance -$7 wrap at Rob’s Lighthouse Eatery in Cowichan Bay Saturday -$27.71 groceries from Thrifty Foods -$20.76 produce from Root Cellar -$16.69 liquor store -$7
Monday No spend day! Tuesday -$3.75 gym Wednesday -$3.20 frozen yogurt at Qoola Thursday -$3.75 gym -$7.22 Starbucks Friday +$1373.45 -$500 credit card -$266.42 loans -$125 savings -$85.28 cell phone Saturday -$32.94 groceries from Thrifty Foods -$17.75 produce from Root Cellar -$5.32 Starbucks Sunday -$20.83 breakfast at Cabin 12 -$30.67
Wow… Tuesday’s post was intense, eh? Now I need to write a post that I can honestly say I never thought I would. It involves me weighing out the costs and differences of the two gyms I’ve been going to…
I don’t know why it happened that day rather than any other day. I wish I knew, but I don’t. All I know is that something flicked a switch inside my brain a few weeks ago and it has changed everything about my daily life.
Monday -$8.39 groceries Tuesday -$3.75 gym Wednesday -$3.99 groceries -$11.49 liquor store Thursday -$3.75 gym Friday -$29.57 gas -$6.10 Starbucks -$17.42 liquor store Saturday -$38 gym pass -$23.09 groceries Sunday -$15.18 produce Total In: $0 Total Out: -$160.73 Sigh. Not a single day went by this week where I didn’t