End of Week Review 7/31/2020

I got really bored this week and added a YTD change column in my net worth spreadsheet. If I get even more bored, I’ll add a monthly change column. Although the double pay period is over for me, I’m still happy to see a slow and steady change in my net worth. After a couple of weeks of over $1,000 change, a couple hundred bucks here and there seems like not a lot. Taking the look at how much progress I’ve made in the last month and since January, I can say now that I’m definitely okay with the smaller changes. They do add up. I’m still going to keep at tackling my debt and growing the net worth as fast as I possibly can. And at this rate, I’ll be able to tack another $7,000 to my net worth. If this next stimulus goes through that’ll be $8,200. Which will be icing on the cake.

The same goes for weight loss. I am averaging -0.8 lbs per week. which at that rate, I’ll be down to my target healthy weight of 160 lbs by the end of the year. After talking with a friend who is into bodybuilding, he said that at a certain point, I may start gaining weight by packing on muscle. Technically he is overweight by the BMI charts. but his body fat is super low. For me, I just want to get rid of the gut and start to not put as much strain on my joints.

Total Assets: $39,263.05
Total Liabilities: -$34,852.84
Net Worth: $4,410.21
Weekly Change:-+$152.71
July Change:+$3715.02
YTD change:+$10,306.48

Weight: 180.4 lbs
Weekly Change: +0.2 lbs
July Change:-2.1lbs
YTD Change:-25.1lbs

Published by personalfixerupper

An Entertainment Tech's journey to financial freedom, less gut, and inner happiness

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