monthly spending report

spending report – november 2018

November flew by starting with a bang with a wonderful fireworks display. We then had a glorious 10 days away from home with a little staycation in the UK. Initially, it was meant to be a long weekend but we felt like we needed a bit more of a time out and so we extended it to 10 days. Yes, we went over our initial budget for the long weekend but all told, it didn’t…

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spending report – october 2018

October is done with more money in the savings account – the forward march of savings progress is always a happy event! I finally got my pay rise at work, which was dismal but it was backdated to April so a welcome little extra in this month’s payslip. We did OK in October – spent more than we’d like to in some categories but less in others which equals itself out with no overall budget…

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spending report – september 2018

Another month complete, another spending report up on the blog. September was glorious and work flew by – mostly because we were on holiday for 2 weeks and had just 2 weeks at work. I like how fast payday seemed to roll around as I wasn’t counting down 4 working weeks this month! All quiet once we got back from holiday, we had a weekend away at the end of the month too, which was…

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spending report – august 2018

Another month complete, another spending report up on the blog. August has been notably quieter than June and July, which I am extremely grateful for. We’ve had some quieter weekends which have been welcome and have pretty much spent most of the month excited for our holiday at the beginning of September. We haven’t had a proper extended break yet this year and it’s definitely telling on our mental and physical states! credit cards: how…

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spending report – july 2018

Here’s July’s spending report. Below, you’ll find a few explanations to give you some context and then the categories where our money gets spent. Aiming to become financially independent means we want to keep our spending as low as we can. This year, we’re having to deal with some health related challenges that has inched our spending up. We can afford it, but it also means our spending in some categories is higher than we’d…

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spending report – june 2018

Here’s June’s spending report. Below, you’ll find a few explanations to give you some context and then the categories where our money gets spent. Aiming to become financially independent means we want to keep our spending as low as we can. This year, we’re having to deal with some health related challenges that has inched our spending up. We can afford it, but it also means our spending in some categories is higher than we’d…

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spending report – may 2018

Just like that another month is over – here’s May’s spending report. Below, you’ll find a few explanations to give you some context and then the categories where our money gets spent. Aiming to become financially independent means we want to keep our spending as low as we can. This year, we’re having to deal with some health related challenges that has inched our spending up. We can afford it, but it also means our…

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spending report – april 2018

Four months into the year, so here’s April’s spending report. Below, you’ll find a few explanations to give you some context and then the categories where our money gets spent. Aiming to become financially independent means we want to keep our spending as low as we can. This year, we’re having to deal with some health related challenges that has inched our spending up. We can afford it, but it also means our spending in…

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spending report – march 2018

Here’s March’s spending report. Below, you’ll find a few explanations to give you some context and then the categories where our money gets spent. Aiming to become financially independent means we want to keep our spending as low as we can. This year, we’re having to deal with some health related challenges that has inched our spending up. We can afford it, but it also means our spending in some categories is higher than we’d…

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spending report – february 2018

Here’s February’s spending report. Below, you’ll find a few explanations to give you some context and then the categories where our money gets spent. Aiming to become financially independent means we want to keep our spending as low as we can. This year, we’re having to deal with some health related challenges that has inched our spending up. We can afford it, but it also means our spending in some categories is higher than we’d…

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