March. Well, I went to Japan. That’s most of it.
I left the country, got a new couch, and finally started doing more work. Those things might be related.
My 2019 focus is primarily on creating things, collaborating and traveling. This is how I’m hoping to spend my money.
In October I worked a lot, and I saved 72% of my income. Also I got new shoes.
I clocked 276 hours of on-task time this month. I’m ready for a nap – but no naps until November!
June’s spending was the highest yet this year, after buying an impulsive international plane ticket.
Low spending this month but the storm is coming for May!
High grocery spending, but cheap health insurance. Here’s January’s expenses + other data from the month!
My first year in business, I made $27,360 gross. Here’s what that looks like in terms of my take home pay, and how it compares to when I worked in non-profits.
The time has come: time to own up to my high-spending, globe-trotting year. My goal for 2017 was to spend less than $20,000, which I did not accomplish – let’s look at what I spent it on.