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It's payday! (And it's all gone...)

January 22nd, 2015 at 09:55 am

I so long for the days when money stays in my bank account for more than a day. Half of my paycheck immediately went to our joint account. With the remaining half, I paid several credit cards and loans. I have about $60 in my account left to cover any gas/miscellaneous spending for the next 15 days. Looking at my schedule, I don't foresee any spending needs other than gas which won't be until near the end of that timeframe. I've pretty much cut out all eating out/random spending. The only thing we will really be spending on is the occasional pantry supplement for meals and supplies for DC (who comes home today!!!). These types of expenses come out of the joint account.

This weekend will definitely be low-spend as I will be spending most of it getting acquainted with DC and the rest of the time giving DD attention.

4 Responses to “It's payday! (And it's all gone...)”

  1. laceshawl Says:

    Hang on in there. It will be worth it when the debt is gone.

  2. rob62521 Says:

    It will be worth it when you get your debt paid.

  3. snafu Says:

    There have been a number of articles and TV programs explaining that dogs are being vaccinated more frequently than needed
    http://www.cbc.ca/news/many-veterinary-bills-include-inappropriate-costs-1.1876019
    It's important for pet owners to keep careful records as the new vet has no record of jabs. If there was a coupon or discount, I suggest you call and ask for at least a credit on DD's account if not a rebate to you. Can't hurt to ask, nice story, like vet, 2 dogs and a cat, would be regular patients yadda yadda

  4. debt-free by thir-ty Says:

    Lace and Rob, that's what I keep telling myself.

    Snafu, I've had DD since he was 8 weeks. I keep all his medical records in one folder. I'm never very good at confrontation, but I may have SO try since we have to take DC in within the next week to get checked out.

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