February 26th, 2019 at 06:27 am
We didn’t spend or do much on the weekend. I finished that online course that I started last month about 10 days ago. I really enjoyed it, and I decided to do another mini-course on the weekend. So, most of my time was spent doing that, but we did go out to do some grocery shopping and also went for a couple hours walk with our dog.
Grocery = $71.22
Annual Dog Registration Fee = $49.00
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February 18th, 2019 at 04:47 am
Grocery - $29.90 , we didn’t need much.
Takeaway – pizza, burger and chips - $44.80.
We didn’t do much all weekend.
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February 12th, 2019 at 10:26 am
Grocery - $116.99 spent on the weekend, hmmm… we are spending a bit lately. We will have to cut back in the next couple of weeks.
New Driver’s Licence – I had to renew my licence, it’s for 10 years and it cost $276.70
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February 5th, 2019 at 03:05 am
Grocery - we started off this month a bit higher than usual, $92.50. We got some extra stuff like 2 dishwashing power and 3 litres olive oil, and also some toothpaste and toothbrushes.
House Alarm – Our house alarm’s rechargeable battery needed replacement, and that cost us $55.
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February 4th, 2019 at 05:43 am
Total for the month was $2,289.32.
Groceries = total for the month was $254.63
Entertainment = $145.99, just under my pre-determined monthly allowable spending. I decided to turn-off Netflix for Feb, and might also do the same in March. I don’t have much time to watch Netflix at the moment. I’m sure I’ll put it back on again soon.
These two items are under my monthly budget. And I was supposed to put get a reward by putting some money into the Challenge but since it is only the start of the year I want to give myself some buffer for those months that we end up overspending.
Insurance = Total was $1,106.79 for both car and home.
*Put as much money we possibly can into Investments (at least $40K).
January was a 3-pay month so even thought we had a bit of bills (in particular the insurances) we managed to put some in the Investment category.
*Save $3K for Holiday money.
*Save $5K for "The Challenge"
For this month, I’ve decided to put $100 of our tax refund into this challenge. After everything was said and done we got $494.90 return. Some of this left over will most likely go towards getting DH a new phone.
Another $30 is deposited (this reminds me I still need to open a Bank account for this), figuratively speaking, for having 10 NSDs for January.
*Read 200 books.
1. Stockholm Delete - Jens Lapidus (2 Jan) - Audio
2. Killing Kate - Alex Lake (7 Jan)
3. Kiss Me Kill Me - J.S. Carol (10 Jan) - Audio
4. I Invited her In - Adele Parks (14 Jan)
5. Nomad - James Swallow (18 Jan) - Audio
6. How to Have a Beautiful Mind - Edward De Bono (21 Jan) - Audio
7. Mindshift - Barbara Oakley, PhD (22 Jan)
8. The First 20 Hours (How to Learn Anything) - Josh Kaufman - (26 Jan)
9. Fluent Forever - Gabriel Wyner (26 Jan) - Audio
10. Tribes - Seth Godin (29 Jan) - Audio
11. Million Dollar Habits - Brian Tracy (31 Jan)
Yes – except yesterday Doulingo told me that I missed a day (2nd of Feb), so back to day 1 I go
* Wake-up early workout and or meditate 5 times a week.
Too hot to be doing hard core workout but we have been doing more walks with the dog very early in the mornings and at night. And I’ve been doing few mini-workouts throughout the day.
*Blogging once per week.
I missed 1 I think???
The vegetable garden is very productive at the moment despite the extreme heat. I spend a bit of time watering.
No decluttering in Jan, need to do some again soon.
*Learn to Draw
Haven’t had time yet, been spending time doing an online course instead.
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