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Payday Report for 1/22/2021

January 22nd, 2021 at 08:55 pm

I did get my Google/AdSense payment this week so I added that into the regular budget.  10% of that went to the tithe and the rest to the Emergency Fund.  I did buy some garden stuff with the Citi card, but the rest of that was monthly charges for Amazon Prime, Netflix, Hulu, Sirius Satellite for the van (that includes the up to date GPS information), and Ting (our cell phone service).

I know I'm not meant to be using that card for anything but the subscriptions, but I did.  And I'll be transparent about it, because that is what this blog is about.  The seed catalogues online are selling out already and I didn't want to wait until today.  I'm glad I didn't, or I would have missed out on the onion plant variety I wanted, the thornless blackberry plants, and multiple varieties of seeds that are very hard to get.  As of today they were sold out. I checked.  I have made all of my seed orders now.  I will still have to order the seed potatoes I want, but if I miss out on those I'll just get some locally of a different variety.  The shipping will get you on the seed potatoes, because 25 pounds is heavy to ship, so I probably won't order those until next payday, but on my debit card this time.

$281.47 Tithe

_400.00 Grocery Envelope

__75.00 Household Envelope

_556.56 Autopays/Citi

__71.99 Life Insurance--DH

__60.46 Life Insruance--Me

_300.00 Taxes Fund

_100.00 Spending Money--Adults

__90.00 Allowances--Kids

_479.25 Emergency Fund

_100.00 Car Maintenance Envelope


2814.73 Total Money Out

5 Responses to “Payday Report for 1/22/2021”

  1. terri77 Says:

    I really admire your green thumb. I can’t grow anything.

  2. Joan.of.the.Arch Says:

    Try Pinetree Garden Seeds. They had every item (17)I ordered today. I hope they really have what I paid for. They offer a variety of seed potatoes, but I think I saw one type was sold out this morning. They are

  3. rob62521 Says:

    I think you did great getting the seeds you wanted and I'm sure you'll get the card paid off and go back to your original plan with it. I really enjoy reading about your gardening and all you do with your harvest.

  4. LuckyRobin Says:

    Joan, that's one I've never even heard of. I'll check them out.

  5. LuckyRobin Says:

    Rob--The card is paid off. I always pay it off in full. I'm just trying not to use it at all outside the autopays.

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