I know I should be happy that we are making progress. But it's not enough. Only doing 1% a month means it'll take 100 months and that's 8.33333 years. And that is far from my goal of 3 years.
WHAT WE HAVE DONE
- Got my teeth cleaned and it only cost me $13.84. - I bought contacts, $132 US verses the $60 I might have spent in Canada. But I can see!! - Monitor, we bought a computer monitor. My laptop needs to be sent in for repairs and the second monitor we have, coloring is off due to age and I need to edit photos and not have color issues. So we bought a new monitor. - Also I discovered Victoria Secret. My sports bra quit on me and I needed a new one so $200 later I walked out of VS with 2 sports bras and 2 sleeping bras. Which is way cheaper than what I would have spent in Canada. So bonus...
THINGS WE NEED
Shoe Rack - my homemade one isn't going to last forever Bench for the kitchen Plus all the other "Fun" stuff...
WHAT WE ARE PRIORITIZING THIS MONTH
Debt Travel Budget Bench
Travel Budget is building but will be partial spent next month. But I am feeling good with our progress. Which is that we are making progress. I just want to be so much further ahead than we are.
There is a "Marvelous French Macarons" cooking class available this month. But it's $69.00 and I just don't know if I can justify the cost. It's also 9am on a Saturday... and I don't like getting out of bed before 11.
And as this says
I've got decisions to make.
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