Wisedebther Weekly Spending is back!! I falsely reported
earlier this week that my last weekly spending report was around Thanksgiving… it was in fact the first week of November. Funny how the mind plays tricks on ya.
Anyway, I’m a bit distracted over here because I just put a bid on eBay for a wedding dress that costs, wait for it… $86!!!!!! I can’t even believe it myself. It’s long, lace on top, but not too fancy either (I’m planning to elope). If all pans out AND the dress fits, I’ll be sure to report more!
Sooo spending this week. I’ll just cut right to the chase. Here it is:
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Happy Winesday !! Wine & Win is where I discuss my money ‘wins’. The magnitude of the win itself is insignficant. Rather, it allows me the space to start fostering positive money moments (e.g. something learned, accomplished), as I jet set towards Debt-free day! Today’s Wine & Win is about HOLIDAY GIVING! But first, grab your glass of wine (or beer, or drink, or mocktail), play some holiday music in the background (if that’s your thing), and whip up some holiday cheer (required)…
Holiday giving is a timely topic seeing that Christmas is a mere 12 days away!!! My initial giving strategy for this year had me focusing on my Salvation army Christmas Angel ONLY and foregoing all presents for family and my fiancé. Simple, right?! Here’s what actually went down…
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Long time, no blog—like REALLY long time! Work deadlines, family visits, a quick trip to Orlando for FUN, and more Holiday cheer ‘round the corner got me feeling like it’s time to get back on track.
Speaking of, my weekly spending reports went right out the window around Thanksgiving(ish) week. But, I am so so so happy to report that despite this lapse, ALL my spending has been withdrawn from ONLY my checking account, Small $ WIN! I do attribute this to the mindset that the previous weeks tracking my spending has put me into—Spend only what is available (i.e. no Savings account dipping!), Save as much as possible, Extra $$ goes to loans. Needless to say, I am going to get back on the spending tracking wagon for the following week!
Meanwhile, in my personal life I’m training for a half-marathon! And so far, mostly so good. At the risk of sounding like a broken record, I continue to recognize the parallels between my health habits (both physical, mental) AND my financial habits. Here are some highlights and lowlights of my training so far based on the goals I initially set out in this post:
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