(Updated to include bills paid on Wednesday.)
|Saturday||$41.84||Fence posts for garden|
|Sunday||$37.60||Gas, groceries, and a passport photo|
|Monday||$8.39||Dinner at a Chinese restaurant|
|Tuesday||$39.30||Gas and food at a farmer’s market|
|Wednesday||$1,200.99||Fruit and vegetables, mortgage bill, power bill, iPhone bill|
|Thursday||$12.75||Lunch and dinner|
Okay, yeah, that’s a lot to spend in a week, but $1,100 of that was mortgage, power, and iPhone bills. Cut that out, and it’s about $200 for food, groceries, and gas. Which still seems like a lot.
I originally wrote, “I’d be in much better shape if I didn’t eat out as much.” But I only ate out three times this week, for a total expense of under $20. Much of the money went to those fence posts and $50 in gas this week.
I really hope my new truck isn’t going to cost me $50 in gas every week.
But at least I’ll know it.