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Veering off track

December 11th, 2015 at 05:56 am

The most expensive dental work is done and paid for. Now I have the money to pay off that old med bill finally.

I have no debt on my cards that I'm responsible for. I had one transaction go south but I just called the credit card company and they are suppose to refund me the cash soon.

It's kind of disheartening to see such a huge balance on there but it is nice to know that they have my back.

I'm about two months behind where I wanted to be but I'm still employed and no longer in pain so that's a plus. My goal was to start a IRA for the new year so now I think I'll do that even if its just a small amount I would like to be putting something away toward retirement now that I have a steady gig.

I'm going to have to hide the cards on myself because I've been racking up balances, not making my own coffee or food or anything. I was basically fine with it before because I was in pain and recovering from dental procedures.

I'm gaining weight though and need to take advantage of my gym membership so I bought some decent sports bras and some nice fitting but cheap work out pants so I can have something to wear at the gym other than jeans or PJ bottoms.

I just need to try and stay on track now, the last big financial move a house is just over the horizon. I can feel it. Smile

3 Responses to “Veering off track”

  1. VS_ozgirl Says:

    It sounds like no longer being in pain is a perfect reason to regain your earlier good habits! Good luck Smile

  2. pjmama Says:

    I echo VS_ozgirl's thoughts! And now you have a fresh start!

  3. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    Good news about being out of pain!

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