I’m not upset by this massive drop this week. My retirement account and other investments took a dip this week. I lost $700 on my retirement account alone. Not to mention that this is a non payday week. I was expecting at least dropping between $300-$500. But the rest was out of my control. I know to be greedy when others are fearful, but in my current situation, I don’t have the liquid assets to be able to invest when things are dropping. But because I am trying my hardest to pay off debt, that will be the case until I solve the higher interest debts. So my plan is to ignore the dips in the market to keep me from screwing up the long term plans.
This week I had a 3 day long gig where I worked in a conference hall doing between 20,000 and 25,000 steps in a day. On the last day as we are tearing down all of our lighting, audio and video, I rolled my ankle. I’m trying my best to rest but still at least do workouts at home. The hard part is keeping myself from snacking while I’m not actually working out or doing something productive.
Weeks and setbacks like this somehow make me push harder. Even though some things are out of my control, I always push. If bettering yourself wasn’t difficult, everyone would be debt free, millionaires and their ideal weight.
Total Assets: $34,984.93
Total Liabilities: -$42,490.99
Net Worth: -$6,023.00
Weight: 203.9 lbs
Change: +0.1 lbs