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Big Spend Day (BSD) versus No Spend Day (NSD)

July 14th, 2017 at 12:24 pm

So...today was a BSD. I had to purchase fruit, vegetables, water and some other snacks for our weekend at the lake cottage.

Between DG and Grocery Store...$~$80.00

My personal car was literally on fumes so that called for a ~$35.00 fill up

I sprang for lunch today which was ~$23.00.

All up/all in..~$138.00

I have never been so sensitive to spending money! Don't get me wrong, it's good to be sensitive, however, I never, ever took the time to really focus on my spending. I find it frustrating to see expenditures that are not revenue/income generating,but can't help but think how blessed I am, truly, to be able to maintain a health financial lifestyle for not only me and my future, but for my children as well.

Have a great weekend everyone! Blessings.

1 Responses to “Big Spend Day (BSD) versus No Spend Day (NSD)”

  1. rob62521 Says:

    Usually once you start concentrating on what you spend and how, you will look for ways to spend less. At least that is how it works for me. And although your total seems high, it looks like it was for things that were necessary...food and fuel are pretty important.

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