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Paying and Saving

October 10th, 2016 at 06:18 am

Well now that the hurricane is gone and things are back to normal in my world, I need to get back on track on my finances, my eating habits, and my fitness.

Breakfast – Overnight oats, Good Belly, Orange Juice, Coffee
Lunch – Chicken breast sandwich with chips and a coke
Dinner – Beef Stew and rice
Fitness – Thinking about fitness

Good news is that now I am over half way toward my $1,000 savings goal. $25 is automatically deducted from my checking account and deposited to my savings account each payday. Last payday, I was able to add an additional $100. This payday, I was able to do the same. If I can continue this steadily, I could reach my targets in 4 more paydays (2 months).

Well, the wheels are turning on how to build upon that. However, there is still the debt to tackle. By the end of the month, CC1 should be under $14k.

3 Responses to “Paying and Saving”

  1. Jenn Says:

    It's nice that you're looking at ways to pick up the pace - that will keep you motivated.

    Just looking at your interest rate on CC2 makes me mad. I hope you kick that one to the curb first after your $1K savings goal is reached!

  2. NJDebbie Says:

    Way to go on your savings! Saving money takes dedication and little by little you will get there.

  3. rob62521 Says:

    Adding to your savings and decreasing your debt -- super job!

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