With everything going on with Covid-19, I wanted to share this free printable in the hopes that it might be useful to you, your family, or friends.
Let me start this post by saying that I am not a financial adviser and all of my posts regarding budget related items are based on my own experience. I document my journey (which is sometimes a bit rough) online to hold myself accountable but also in the hopes that it might help someone else in a similar situation. I’m nearly 47 and do not have my finances under control. In fact, if you’ve seen any of my budget videos, more often than not it seems like my finances are controlling me.
Monthly Budget – Revisited
I’ve mentioned in previous blogs that I recently started my own budget journey. It’s a few months in and lately it seems that I keep taking baby steps. Not in progress since I’m still overwhelmed with debt, but in understanding. I did a blog (with a free printable) that outlined how I thought I would be doing my monthly budget. However, as I’ve gone through a month, I realized that I need to tweak the process yet again. It isn’t about aesthetics but rather, as I go through each process a couple of times, I realize what works and what doesn’t. Its the natural progression for learning something new, but I’m impatient.