: £11952.02 at 0% APR.Credit Card
: £154.37Emergency Fund
: £2416-month CD
: £100 @ 2.35% (1.88% net)
From 25th March to today
Debt Repayment--- £65.62
Actually spent more than last time :/ but I earned quite a lot this month (£1,864.88) so we do actually have +£151.89 positive difference.
However, I'm on holiday next week (dependent on UK flights anyway) as my parents are taking everyone on vacation. They are going to give us some spending money too (yes I have amazing parents, I know) but I'm going to expect some spending of our own money too.
We spent too much on food, but we don't seem to be able to change that £190-210 spend range. That's about £100 each for breakfast, lunch and dinner over the month, which I averaged out to be under £4 a day each. I don't know how we can get it much lower than that without making a major sacrifice. I'm wondering if I can persuade the spouse to join me on a 'seriously frugal' eating week next month, where we eat nothing but noodles and frozen veggies :/
The misc. was some plants I bought - a strawberry plant, rosemary plant and some pansies + soil. I don't regret it!
The insurance was travel/healthy insurance for the spouse for next week.
The takeaway was a pizza - we were both stupidly tired and lazy and just ordered it. It's the only one of the month though.
Bonuses of this week:
We got given a free bike!
Spouse applied to two more jobs (weekend bartender and waiter at a small cafe)
I'll get my 'pay increment' pay-rise and some overtime pay in my next paycheque which comes on the Friday/Saturday of next week.
Also, yes, this is InterfaceLeader. For some reason the forum won't let me log-in or send me a 'password reminder' email... and yet I have my original sign-up email so I know it's the right password/username/email combo. Oh well. Hello again