Thursday, 1 April 2021

Financial Report - March '21

Financial Report

One of my goals for 2021 is to get out of debt. I'm going to keep track of my progress via monthly blog updates...



INCOME

★ Pay - £1100
★ Child Benefit - £84.20

★ Oh My Dosh - £10
★ That's Life - £75
★ Ebay Sales - £200.



OUTGOINGS

★ Rent - £525
★ Energy - £33
★ Internet - £22
★ Phone - £22
★ Water - £68
★ Kindle Unlimited - £8
★ Labour Party - £4
★ Labour Group Fees - £25
★ Scope Lottery - £4
★ Yes Cymru Membership - £2
★ Smiggle - £25
★ Hobby Spend - £50
★ Bank Interest - £20
★ Food Shopping #1 - £30
★ Takeaway - £20
★ Sideboard - £159.99

Then week one finished.....




Analysis...

I started off really well this month. It did not last. 

I made the executive decision to spend all my 'hobby' money for the year in one go and get some new clothes, shoes, etc. I've bought a few new things since Marianna was born, usually to coincide with something I needed to look half decent for because of work, but other than that it's just been blog review stuff or items reflecting my mum's dismay I'm still wearing the same shapeless thing.

So, yeah, I figured it was time for a bit of an overhaul. 

Here's to being much more restrained next month!



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