I really like this series of posts because it gives me a reason to dig even further into our spending habits. Let’s a take a look at June 2018, shall we? Yes! Let’s do eet! Continue reading “June 2018 Spending!”
When I was kid, my parents would take their car to the car wash pretty regularly. And being young kids, they couldn’t just leave us at home. So, they took us with them. Of course, as kids, you’re easily entertained. So, we’d wonder the convenience store at the car wash seeking that entertainment.
One thing that drove us absolutely giddy was a fortune-telling machine. The machine would repeat over and over again the same sales pitch: Continue reading “Cashew Butter for your Freedom?”
I’ve been tracking our spending for a bit now. Recently, I totaled up everything for 2017 and was surprised at the results. And if you tallied up your spending, you would be similarly surprised – which is why you should do it.
But, enough talk! Let’s see how we did in May of 2018. Continue reading “May 2018 Spending”
My brain is small. Super small. I can only handle a little bit of information at a time. Fortunately, if I am able to focus on just one thing, I manage to Continue reading “Focus on the Big Stuff”
This is my second update to this post – for the simple reason that tracking expenses accurately amidst countless accounts (read: credit cards) can result in some errors.
I was listening to an episode of, “You Can Afford Anything,” by the amazing Paula Pant. She made the point that was good for me to hear: