Its not huge, but I made $15 in tips yesterday (And $25.50 in wages). And I remembered that I had a rebate to send out on some razors I bought. So I should get a check for $5.99 in 4-6 weeks. Every little bit helps, right?
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I went home after work yesterday and made dinner. I'm so glad to have leftovers for lunch today. I spent $1.18 of some cash I had to buy 2 bagels. One for breakfast today and one for tomorrow. I wanted a Starbucks coffee so bad today, but instead I am drinking free coffee at work. Not the same but the end effect will be.
I picked up an odd job for the next 2 Fridays. It will pay $50 each day. Maybe I could split it between my bank account and my ticket. Unfortunately since I have already accepted probation, I cannot do community service or a payment plan. Apparently I had to request that before they finalized my request. Its the biggest waste of money. I'm never speeding again. But maybe since I will get $50 on 03/23 I could use a portion towards the ticket...if I can float it 2 days? I also should get a paycheck from my second job. It doesn't pay a lot... $8.50 an hour and minimal tips, but I am using this to go towards the $500 payment. I come up with half and my DH comes up with half. So we share the burden.
The other thing I was going to share is that 2 of my bills are credit card payments that I agreed to as part of a plan to catch up. I was getting behind so I agreed to pay $106 to one credit card per month and $112 to another. This is my 3rd and final month and they will go back to the minimum. And I am so anxious for that bad loan to go away. That is $244 I will have back a month!!!!
All over the place and trying not to drown. That is how I feel. I thought that over the weekend I could come up with some brilliant plans and globs of money, but I didn't. We are not ready to cut our Satellite yet, but I did get it reduced by $20 and we are probably going to cut Netflix. We are in a contract with Dish, so I would have to pay $190 to terminate early. I saved another $20 on our phone bill. Not including the other 10% I can save by taking my employer's information in. But I still need $500 by the end of the month to keep my account from going negative. And I still need $250 by 03/21 to pay my ticket. (My sister gave me $40 to go towards my ticket.) I did sell some jam, so I have $15. I'm guessing it should just go towards my account.
I also did some meal planning and food inventory. I can do 10 dinners without buying anything additional. So that seems pretty good. And we will have leftovers for lunches.
Hoping things will start to get better.