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Holiday Fund Snowflakes, Credit Card Payments

November 18th, 2015 at 02:42 am

I got my tax refund a couple of weeks ago, which included a $203.00 snowflake(the rest was simply repaying the EF, which has also been done). Add to that a $30 Safeway gift card for my three weeks of spending over $100 per week on groceries a few months ago, another $10 gift voucher for Safeway and a Paypal refund of $15.00 for a top I bought for my spring capsule which wasn't in stock after all. (I didn't see any like that for that price, so decided I couldn't be bothered and claimed it as a snowflake!).

The total amount added to the holiday fund was $258.00, bringing the holiday fund to $518.00. As earlier discussed, the holiday is on the backburner so this will be the last deposit for the year I imagine.

Banking the Difference is now $4,076.54, so that plus $5,300.00 will bring an anticipated year end balance of $9,376.54. In a way better place than this time last year!!!

I paid the balance of the $303.00 monthly balance transfer payment, that card is now at $3,034.00. There is still a balance of around $30.00 on the original credit card. One day I'll clear it out completely!

I also repaid the last of the New Zealand expenses on the original credit card (which I use as a transaction card).

Have barely been spending, have been spending lots of time studying for my degree unit which is near its end, and my body is at its end of its tether also. Battling sinus and a toothache and possible ear infection - but really I think it's all sinus-related. Tired and achy is not a great thing. At least the financial house looks a bit more orderly! (Other than that life here is not too bad, husband and animals are well).

5 Responses to “Holiday Fund Snowflakes, Credit Card Payments”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    I hope your sinuses clear soon so you can be pain free! And super job with those snowflakes. Smile

  2. Ima saver Says:

    You are doing a super job! Hope you feel better fast!

  3. VS_ozgirl Says:

    Thanks guys Smile

  4. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    Ugh - the sinuses causing toothache type pain. Yep. I know what that's about. Hope it clears up soon so you can keep your concentration on your studies!

  5. VS_ozgirl Says:

    Thanks FrugalTexan! Ps I bought a saline sinus wash to try out, I'll let you know how it goes!

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