January wasn't a bad month. I would love to get my monthly spending under $2,000 excluding the monthly contribution I make towards home improvements/repairs, but I'm not too disappointed with my spending last month.
- Auto expenses were unusually low. There was no maintenance or other expenses besides gas. I worked several meetings so I didn't put many miles on my car.
- I paid three bank fees for credit cards. The value of the cards exceeds the annual fee I pay.
- Food was about average, which is to say it was expensive. We are still mostly sticking to a low-carb diet. Junk food is a lot less expensive than the healthier stuff we eat.
We love adventures. Spending on experiences makes us better humans.
- I received the AMEX Fine Hotels $200 rebate from our December stay in Atlanta.
- Our Australian cruise was canceled, and I canceled our February cruise out of New Orleans because we took a meeting job instead. I opted for a refund, but it hasn't posted yet.
January Expenses: $4,064
$125 Auto (service, gas, insurance, AAA, etc.)$719 Bank Fees (annual fees on credit cards)
$0 Clothing/ Personal Care
$1,281 Fun (vacations, movies, gambling, alcohol, concert tickets)
$53 Health and Dental
$1,116 Household/Home Repairs
$379 Unreimbursed Job Expense
($455) Reimbursed Job Expense (income)
$0 Interest Expense
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