@ladyj You're doing so well!
@Allison The Caribbean is always a good idea!
@ThatJenn Thank you! It really is! I'm putting them away for a while to build my e-fund.
@tw0lle That's what I did. 6 months at once seemed like so much! I aimed for one month first, now I'm aiming for three months of expenses in my e-fund.
@AllisonLouise Switching to cash helped me so much when I decided to tackle my debt. I stuck to it for a year! It helped my saving habits as well. You're doing so well!
@andnowlights Awesome! Congrats!
This month was relatively quiet. I started buying my Xmas presents and I'm almost done. Some new projects came up so I think I'll be able to meet my E-fund goal! We don't have any trips coming up so most of my extra money will be going to a possible $10K savings account, starting in January. Vacation fund October 2014 $200 November 2014 $240 E-fund (goal: $2000 by end of year) October 2014 $727 November 2014 $1279 Citi Card October 2014 $164 November 2014 $0! COne Card November 2014 $0!
@jennonthego I love saving for a trip and coming back and not having to deal with credit card charges. Vacation funds are awesome.
@Tripleoxer Awesome! Congrats!
@ThatJenn Wow, this is awesome. Congrats! Paying off the car early is definitely worth it.