Thank you Frugal Villagers for keeping DH and I motivated to pay off our debt.
One of our car loans was paid off in full this morning! Good feeling! Another snowball payment available barring any Murphy visits in September. ( Since I've never taken a Dave Ramsey class I needed to look up what this guy Murphy was all about- Murphy's law - Now I get it. "If anything can go wrong, it will". Interesting to learn how sayings came to be. As far as Murphy's law I think it is too negative
The state surveyors have left our building and we are citation free!! I hope I can finally get a restful sleep tonight.
Probably a good time to ask about my annual review and potential raise
DS and DD caught me in just the right mood. I paid for each of them to fill their gas tanks.
DH was at a golf tournament all day. He won enough to have a free day of fun.
Our respite client didn't come to the house as scheduled so that is a $75 loss of income.
State surveyors are at my facility this week. I felt confident while they watched me perform nursing procedures and I wasn't nervous about the questioning on policy and procedures... Until now... I keep replaying what I did and said in my mind and wonder if what they were jotting down on their pads. I guess my anxiety is just kicking in a bit tonight. I do my best each day and do what I was trained to do (so why am I stressing about this??)
I was allowed a couple hours of overtime at work
so I missed work yesterday and will miss today. Spent too much money already today.
Purchased 2 Living Social deals today. One was for a car detailing. Let's just say my car needs it. Hasn't been cleaned in several years. I'm hoping they can clear up my foggy headlights. The other was a bracelet for my daughter for Christmas. Paid $19 for a bracelet I know she will love. Retail price is $99. I do have to pay 4.99 shipping, but for $24 it is a nice bracelet. At least I have
I just can't stay away any longer. My 6 week planned LOA from the Village has been reduced to just 8 days. I like it here. I miss learning from you all and posting to keep me accountable and focused on my goals of saving money and reducing debt.
I wonder who won the PCH sweepstakes today? Can you imagine winning $5000 a week for the rest of your life? Could you remain grounded in living a simple, frugal life? What would you do with the money? We can dream can't we!?