Tallying Up My New Savings Plan: November Edition

This month I had roughly $767.50 in discretionary income, most of which went to pre-determined expenses as soon as it was earned.

Tallying Up My New Savings Plan: October Edition

In October, I received $5,521.62 in freelance payments. Here’s what I put into my sub-savings acccounts.

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You don’t need to budget to live within your means.

Tallying Up My New Savings Plan: September Edition

I want savings so badly. I want enough savings so that I can start thinking about investing again.

Tallying Up My New Savings Plan: August Edition

I have $2,169.44 in my savings account. This is the equivalent of a month-and-a-half emergency fund.

Tallying Up My New Savings Plan: July Edition

It looks like I was bad at math this month. More accurately, I was probably bad at typing. It looks like there was a data entry error that I missed, because Taxes ended up with $100 more than Debt.

Tallying Up My New Savings Plan: June Edition

After two months of siphoning off 50 percent of my income into these sub-savings accounts, I now have $948.88 in savings. That feels, to quote Fun Home, like “seven million billion thousand.”

Tallying Up My New Savings Plan: May Edition

Every Friday, I tally up all of the freelance payments I’ve received that week and put 20 percent towards taxes, 20 percent towards debt, and 10 percent into regular savings.

First of May, First of May, Brand-New Budget Starts Today