Remember that road-trip I was supposed to take with my sister earlier last year? Yeah we finally went back in December! It’s a little while ago and I forgot about getting these posts up, but prepping for my next trip (Rome in October) reminded me that I never told you guys about NYC. The main … Continue reading
Sometimes I forget this blog started out talking about money. The almighty dolla. A lot of red this past month. Let’s break it down: For as much as March was a good month financially, April sucked on all fronts. Financial, personal (my grandfather passed away April 20th) and career-related. Whew I’m so glad it’s … Continue reading
March was a great month! I crossed back over the $45k networth mark actually to my highest networth to date! My FU money aka my emergency fund is also back on the rise. I’m keeping an amount in my misc. savings because my actual emergency fund sits in a TFSA and I find I frequently … Continue reading
Found while sea-gazing on the Isles de la Madeleine, Quebec. Slightly off-focus, reminiscent of a butterfly. Pretty huh.
Whew. I feel like I haven’t written anything in ages. Life’s been busy. Life’s actually been pretty good! In December I went on a road-trip to NYC with my sister and my cousin which was an absolute blast. I’ve been meaning to post pictures/travel blogs but I’ve just never gotten around to it. Early January … Continue reading
A ton of submissions this week! Here we go: Jordann @ Making Sense of Cents writes http://www.makingsenseofcents.com/2013/03/how-to-eliminate-food-waste-from-your-fridge.html – Did you know that I used to spend $800 per month on groceries? It’s true. Back when I was in school and living in the city, my fiance and I bought most of our food from the … Continue reading
Well, I skipped January I guess. I still kept track of everything in YNAB of course! I didn’t fill in the increase/decrease percentages. Lazy I suppose. My networth dropped back down under the $45k mark which is a bit of a bummer and $500 has gone missing from my emergency fund (listed as FU money). … Continue reading