2018 was the biggest year for my finances and probably for my life so far. In 2018 I became debt free and I was also made redundant. I'm very proud of what I managed to achieve in only 12 months though.
The last year has gone so fast. I've had a few newbies join my Instagram and blog lately so for those of you who haven't visited me before (welcome) I hope you enjoy these monthly reports.
OMG this year has gone so far. I've had a few newbies join my Instagram and blog lately so for those of you who haven't visited me before (welcome) this is a quick breakdown of what I go over in each monthly report: my spending, savings, credit score & superannuation. For last months report see here. … Continue reading November Financial Report
October...we have to talk! I spent way too much this month. Not working + being given over $30,000 = lots of spending money.
I've been asked a few times now about how I manage my banking, paying bills, sinking funds and how I am managing everything now that I was made redundant. I have previously made a post similar to this specifically about my banking structure but now I'm going to go a bit more in depth into everything.
Welcome to the another one of my Debt Free Community series interviews. This week I am featuring Amanda from Australia . I hope you are enjoying this series! Q: Tell me a bit about yourself Born and grew up in Sweden, moved to Australia in 2010. Oldest out of 3 and my parents are still … Continue reading Debt Free Community Interviews: Amanda
SPENDING BREAKDOWN Below is the breakdown of my spending by category as well as the relative % of my total spend. In the last column I’ve added the difference in comparison to last months spend on that category. If there’s a red cross the spend has gone up since last month, if there’s a green … Continue reading September Financial Report
Well hello August report! How is the year going so fast! August was an interesting month that's for sure. I was made redundant from my full time job, my parents split up 😦 and I decided to stop trying to conceive (for the moment, not forever). It's been a bit of a difficult month. Spending … Continue reading August Financial Report
The official meaning of redundancy is “the state of being not or no longer needed or useful”. Don't let it bring about fear though... You can get survive redundancy and come out better for it! I'd been working with my company for 6.5 years. I won't name them but if you follow me on Instagram … Continue reading I was made redundant…
I might be the only one who loves making lists and ticking off accomplishments but I'm fairly certain i'm not alone in this. Below are 15 financial milestones that you should hopefully reach by the time you are 35. I'm only 28 and i'm not doing too bad with these... 1. You have (and use) … Continue reading 15 Financial milestones to reach by the time you are 35