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Credit Card Repayment, Holiday Savings, Job News

June 11th, 2019 at 12:41 am

As of Thursday 6th June, my Virgin card was $2063 and my NAB card was $1448. Not much of a decrease but not going up either! I transferred $180 grocery money onto the Virgin card (I pay grocery money onto the credit card before using it) and $18 credit card repayment onto the Virgin card.. next week the Virgin card will be $2045, my goal is to have that under $2000 in the next few weeks - hoping for next week.

Every Thursday is our “payday”. We both get paid monthly on the same day so I put our spending money aside and transfer an equal amount each week on Thursday, which I did today (hence the repayment and payments etc).

I also have to transferred $24 to our holiday savings for UK 🇬🇧 next year. So far we have $826, we will then have $850. We are looking at travelling in August next year and have already told our UK friend, it’s all very exciting.

In other events B started laying the floating floors on the weekend. We had a $900 buffer between the loan money received and the cost of the flooring and landscaping, however we had to hire a machine to pull up the hallway tiles, buy a part to grind the concrete flat and buy compound level mix to lay on top of the concrete to get it really flat - these expenses used up $400 of the buffer.

My biggest event for the week happened on that same Thursday... I had a moment alone with my boss and asked him of the possibility of going down to 4 days per week. I have been thinking about this for a while so it’s not a spontaneous idea. One day (hopefully within the new financial year) I’d love to open my own bookkeeping business and work from home 1-2 days per week. There are a few things I need to study first though so I’d like to start doing that on the day off. So far he hasn’t responded. Wish me luck!!

Wishing that everyone had a great weekend!

1 Responses to “Credit Card Repayment, Holiday Savings, Job News”

  1. rob62521 Says:

    Keep plugging away. It's nice when the credit card balances go down!

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