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.
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I’ve mentioned this in my Monthly Budget Blog. I’m not a financial expert. I’m not even a financial amateur. I’m whatever comes before financial amateur – financial newbie? My budget journey to get my finances under control is fairly recent. Actually, to be perfectly honest, it’s still in its infancy as I started a couple of months ago (January 2019).
In this journey, each step has been overwhelming and stressful. I’ve done a lot of research online, via Pinterest, and YouTube and perhaps that has been part of the problem. Information overload can make a confusing situation even worse. But in the few short months, I’ve picked up a few tidbits of knowledge that I thought I would share. By no means am I an financial expert and will never give you any financial advice. But I’m hoping that the bumps I’ve encountered will help you in your own journey. Continue reading “What are Sinking Funds? + Free Printable”