I have decided to post everything here for two reasons-
1) I constantly lose my postings in the forums and
2) The forums are really taking a long time to load...
So with my limited amount of time I decided to be efficient and keep "tabs" on my journey here.
Well after my first week, I still have $6 left in my grocery budget!
So tomorrow I can add another $50 so I will have $56 and if I can get my $3 back from save-on I will have $59!
Got off to a fantastic start today! Before leaving for work, I walked 20 minutes on the treadmill, drank my eight glasses of water, and worked out with the free weights.
I dressed very business casual and took a bit of time to do my make-up and hair. Kind of ruined the look with my "Phillip Morris" jacket (gift from my mother's friend, who earned it by smoking enough Marlboro's to kill a horse), but it is cold outside and my PM jacket is very warm. I've been using it
Updated 01-07-2009 at 12:14 AM by madhen
Everything is going great here.
I have not spent a dime yet this year!!!!
6 NO SPEND DAYS HERE !!!
I will need to get some gas by Friday. Maybe earlier is the weather gets nasty.
I may go to Walgreens in the morning and get some free shampoo. I have $1 off coupons and they have a store coupons for $2 off and it is on sale for $2.99. So I will only have to pay tax.
I do need some shampoo and conditioner as I only have sauve and I
If anyone reads the Lose-A-Pound-A-Week Challenge thread, then you already know that I split my pants this morning. I'm just happy it happened BEFORE I left for work. That could have been pretty humiliating. Memo to self: wear pretty undies more often, just in case.
That was the motivation I needed. I PROMISE not to skip anymore workouts, drink more H2O and eat healthier. I do not break my promises.
To keep my promise, I went to a Latin Dance class tonight. It was
Updated 01-06-2009 at 09:35 PM by TinyDancer
I am posting my 2009 goals here for all to see, and i will be posting on how they are doing.
1. Get Out Of Overdraft + Cushion
Aim is £240, which will cover my £190 overdraft limit and also the rest is for a £50 cushion, when i have all of this i will decrease my overdraft to about £50 and with the cushion, i shall have a £100 saftey net incase i ever go over it with any unexpected expenses. Plus I will not have a constant negative balance.
2. Car Savings
Updated 01-06-2009 at 04:18 PM by Bournecrazy