In my mind, I spent $5,000 for the year. Was I right? Absolutely not.
How much did I end up spending on my thirteen-day book-and-teaching tour (plus vacation)?
The Frugalwoods have just issued their annual challenge.
And what if that doesn’t necessarily lead to a better financial outcome?
The Me Fund is there to pay for things that will make me want to thank myself, over and over, for buying them.
Remember how I said I was going to separate out grocery and household/toiletry spending in 2018?
My MacBook was more expensive, but it’s outlasted my parents’ discount laptops.
I’ll have spent through all of my October budget by the middle of the month.
Today’s must-read longread is an essay by Rachel Sherman: “What the Rich Won’t Tell You.”
When you share a bank account, how do you treat each other?