@snackcarts It feels great, right? CONGRATS!
@ThatJenn I'm glad things are a bit more stable for you! Related: What's your review of Invisalign? I've been thinking about it but not sure if it's worth going into debt for.
@antheridia amazing! congrats!
@Caitlin with a C Congrats on paying your loan! Definitely celebrate with your family.
November was a quiet month. I was jetlagged for most of it and catching up with work. Finished booking a few things for our upcoming trips. My credit card is a bit high due to Christmas gifts, but it should be gone by the end of the month (hopefully). I’m excited to finally have a real emergency fund! So close to my goal. I’m ALSO pretty excited to set some money goals for next year. I know, I’m freaking myself out too. I owe it all to this monthly post. Emergency fund ($1500 by December) October 2013 $856 November 2013 $916 Travel fund October 2013 $0 (haha) November 2013 $200 Credit Card October 2013 $0! November 2013 $390 P.S. Congrats Logan!
Thanks for posting about this! I had no idea. I went to go look at my retirement fund for the first time in a while and moved some things around. Also, realized that I had way more money that I thought I had. Crazy.
It definitely tastes different. I mean, cane sugar isn't the same as high fructose syrup.
@sharongracepjs You can definitely track your savings. Especially travel funds! This thread kept me accountable for my recent travel fund. Good luck and thanks for sharing your awesome story!
Wow, how is it almost November already? I just got back from vacation so the vacation fund is looking a bit sad. But I did have some remaining funds from the vacation fund and I moved them to my emergency fund. Working on that emergency fund goal for the rest of the year. Feeling really good right now! Emergency fund ($1500 by December) September 2013 $656 October 2013 $856 Travel fund September 2013 $2250 October 2013 $3 (haha) Credit Card September 2013 $192 October 2013 $0!
@Adriana 'Liz' Castro@facebook Congrats!