Current Account: £34.44 (-£78.56)
The usual grocery shop and other misc. bills coming out. Hoping I get paid on Friday since pay day is Saturday cause I’m going to need the money for food!
ISA: £15.98 (-£21.24)
Did a few unplanned for expenses this last week so had to pull from here.
Savings Builder: £100
No change here this week. I’m waiting to see if I made the deadline for getting the interest this month (I should do but I’m not sure when it will go in).
Second Savings Account: £0
Still nothing in here.
Second Current Account: £0.77
Same as last week here.
Joint Account: £160.48 (-£288.90)
More bills coming out this week, just a few left before pay day.
Money Apps: £1.91
I really need to get back into using this in my spare time.
Pension: £2120.13 (+£134.67)
A nice jump up this week and this is before my pension contribution for the month has even gone in (I think).
House Value: £76,000
Estimate on Zoopla is still £61k to £91k so this is holding steady at least.
Credit Card: £47.17 (+£42.30)
We have had way too many takeaways lately. We’re falling into the bad habit of ‘bad day, takeaway’ again. Trying to nip it in the bud now.
Personal Debt to Mum: £1360.00 (+£200)
My mum paid for something for us this week that I need to try and pay her back for asap.
Deposit Debt to Mum: £6,600
This hasn’t changed at all and isn’t likely to until my other debt is gone.
Mortgage: £68,335.40 (-£83.45)
It bothers me to see how little of our mortgage payment actually comes off the principle each month but I can’t afford to pay off more yet so I just have to keep letting it tick over.
Current Personal Wealth: £1948.84 (-£352.71)
Dipped below £2k but it’s fine because it’s the days leading up to pay day and the final days of the extra week I have to make my money stretch. I think I’ve done really well all things considered and I’m going to try my hardest not to spend frivolously next month.
I have some friends coming over from Europe and America later in the year and I want to make sure I have money set aside to actually do stuff with them when they’re here.