November 2022 Review

This month, my investments stayed about even from last month, so the increase in net worth is from watching ,y spending and paying down debt! I did spend a lot on going out to eat, but I did have a lot of gig that I had to travel for, which is offset by per diem.Continue reading “November 2022 Review”

September 2022 Review

So last month, I went through my spreadsheet and it seems Some new accounts I’ve added were not in my total net worth. I found a retirement account from an old job which shot me up $3,000, but because I was trying to see what the student loan forgiveness would do for me, I forgotContinue reading “September 2022 Review”

June 2022 Review

I know we aren’t technically in a recession right now, but it is starting to feel like it. My retirement portfolio went from $31,000 to $29,000 this month. I also had to pay minimums on all debt this month because I had to drop a little over $2,000 between repairs on my car (new tires,Continue reading “June 2022 Review”

March 2022 Review

So although it looks like I still made a positive move on my net worth this month, Next month is going to tank around $4,000. Hope fully less. I have to pay for the tonsillectomy I just had. I am extremely grateful for my employer and their kickass insurance. Without insurance this 15 minute procedureContinue reading “March 2022 Review”

Things I learned from my Tonsillectomy

On Match 15th, I finally evicted my tonsils. This was 3 years in the making. I was talking to my ENT the week before the world shut down and all “elective” surgeries were cancelled. I was warned that it would be much worse as an adult, and boy was that right. I started having tonsillitisContinue reading “Things I learned from my Tonsillectomy”