it’s that time of the month when i have to do my finances and bookkeeping. counting money is included in my responsibility and it’s something i do often. holding onto a stack of bill like such is quite the feeling but like any banker, it’s only for feel. i’m all ready to be in the numbers game and learning about strategizing my funds and investments that will be the pivotal point
i was fine with the rags i had, but my mom gave my fresh towels instead. the frayed edges and faded colours gave it character and added sentimental value. i would rather save money for other things like pay off my large bills and ever growing expenses. saving has become harder; need to work harder at it and make sure i keep that going. i still want to catch a down payment sometime sooner rather than later
this little pink sticker that rests on my license plate cost me more than a fortune, but at least i renewed my car insurance just in time before it expired. all these recent crazy expenses are really adding up quickly and burning holes through my wallet. my credit card limit, which has never been close to being a problem before, is now on the verge of reaching its limit. how in the world am i going to pay this month’s bill off??
it’s that time of the month to do my finance when bills and receipts are flying all over the place and i am scrambling to gather all. this is when i wished i did more window shopping and less actual shopping and impulsive buys to minimize the hole that is now burning in my wallet. it all comes down to resistance and make sure it doesn’t cut too much into my savings
piling on those expenses many of which i don’t know if they are considered necessities. my bank account certainly took a plunge with the recent credit card activity but maybe it’s all for a good cause. should probably limit those impulse purchases and shopping sprees. online shopping made easy, too easy
random interest in collecting full sets of canadian bills. how things have evolved through the decades from traditional paper to modern plastic. those one and two dollar bills no longer exist due to years of inflation. goods keep getting more expensive and standard of living continues to rise, yet the economy seems to be on decline