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Section One: Assets and Debt
- Retirement Balance: SO contributes $214/mo to his 401(k) and this includes his employer contribution. I just qualified for my employer’s retirement account after a year working there, so I will begin contributing 5% next month with my employer matching 4%.
- Equity if you're a homeowner: N/A
- Checking account balance: $1,367.56 (We use YNAB for budgeting and our monthly budget is based on our paycheck. We budget a month ahead with money we have saved.)
- Savings account balance: $18,282 (6 Months of Expenses: $15,000, Emergency Savings: $500, Next month’s budget: $2, 481, and extra to off-set expenses if needed: ~$350) We will be transferring the bulk of this to a HYSA in the coming months.
- Credit card debt (and how you accumulated it): None. I have one credit card which we last used 2 years ago to pay off community college tuition for my SO.
- Student loan debt: $5,263.63 - from on-campus living and attending one summer archaeology field school during my history and social sciences degree at state university.
- SO’s student loan debt: $7,300 - from 1.5 years of attending a state university. He never graduated with his 4 year degree.
Section Two: Income
Income Progression: Buckle in, because I’ve had a lot of jobs!
- In College: Tutor ($8-10/hr), Seasonal Theme Park Cashier ($8/hr), Fast-food Cashier ($8/hr), Parks & Rec Summer Intern ($9/hr), Substitute Teacher ($12/hr)
- After College: Teacher Assistant ($15,000 salary for one semester and summer), Museum Assistant ($14/hr), Substitute Teacher again ($12/hr), Parks & Rec Coordinator ($13-14/hr), Summer Parks & Rec Assistant ($13/hr)
- Current: Museum Educator ($35,000 salaried)
- Main Job Monthly Take Home: $2,299.49 (after Federal Taxes: $388.81, Life Insurance: $4)
- SO’s Monthly Take Home: $2,662.49 (after Health Insurance/Dental for both of us: $239.08, Disability Insurance for both of us: $21.92, Federal Taxes: $500.26, 401(k): $214)
- Side Gigs: N/A
Section Three: Expenses
- Rent/Pet Rent/Trash: $1,043/mo
- WateSewer: $60-80/mo
- Renters / home insurance: $98.50/yr
- Savings contribution: $500/mo for emergency savings (we just finished padding up our “6 months of expenses” savings)
- Debt payments: Student Loan: $74.53/mo, SO Student Loan: $92/mo. These are minimum payments.
- Car payment: Car 1: $265.88/mo, Car 2: $659.59/mo. We used Undebt.It to calculate how much we should be paying a month when added to our other debt. Everything except Car 2 is the minimum payment - we just started paying 2x the minimum to pay it off soonest.
- Donations: We donate $10-50 every other month to local or other organizations. We didn't have a budget set aside for it in the past, nor did we have anything on a scheduled basis, but we just created a budget for this and it will increase.
- Electric: $90-185 depending on the season. We also live in an old-ish apartment with a lot of A/C issues. Gotta love Florida!
- Internet: $95
- Cellphone: $124
- Subscriptions: Microsoft ($14.99), Hulu/Netflix/HBO Max ($19, which is my part after splitting with my sister), Disney+($0, borrow my MIL's)
- Car payment / insurance: $165
- Gas: $50/mo in normal times, but we get gas once every other month now at around $30/mo.
- Cat Expenses: ~$50-100 a month for supplements, dry and wet food, toys, etc.
- Medical Expenses: ~$50/mo for prescriptions
- Additional medical expenses: $20/year for SIMPLE Health for BC
Section 4: Additional Questions
Was there an expectation for you to attend higher education? Did you participate in any form of higher education? If yes, how did you pay for it? Absolutely. My parents always insisted that we attend college and have successful careers in the traditional sense. My parents couldn’t afford it, but they thought that we could get by if I had good grades. I ended up going to a state university with financial aid and a few scholarships. I also qualified for Work Study through the FAFSA. I decided to live on campus again my sophomore year and also attend a field school - both of which I paid for with student loans.
Growing up, what kind of conversations did you have about money? Did your parent/guardian(s) educate you about finances? My parents never educated me about finances. It wasn’t until they started to financially struggle that they emphasized never getting into debt. To this day, I’m terrified of accumulating a mountain of debt like I know our families have.
What was your first job and why did you get it? My first job was as a reading tutor through work study my freshman year! I got it on my very first day on campus too. I had always wanted a job so my parents wouldn't have to worry about me, but I couldn’t find one in my hometown until I went to college. I used it to pay for groceries, little gifts, or whatever I needed when I lived on campus during the week.
Did you worry about money growing up? I didn’t start to worry until we made a big move to a different area when I was 11. Until then, my parents hustled in their successful careers, had side gigs, and even dabbled in entrepreneurship so we could take Disney vacations, have amazing birthdays and holiday presents, and they could treat themselves to things like a nice car. I really cannot stress how hard they have always worked! When we moved, everything changed. I think sending us to private school made a huge dent in their expenses, and my dad then got laid off in the 2008 economic downturn. We really struggled then. I remember hiding any field trip announcements and would never ask for anything unless they really insisted.
Do you worry about money now? Yes. I know we have savings, so we will be okay for a while, but there’s always the fear of layoffs or catastrophes happening. I mostly worry about the future and our contributions (or lack of) to a future home/retirement/big move/etc. And I actually worry a lot about taking care of our parents in the future and taking that into account.
At what age did you become financially responsible for yourself and do you have a financial safety net? I became fully financially responsible when I got married at 20. That’s when I moved in with my SO and we combined our finances. Before then, I had worked to save money for school expenses, my phone bill, or for moving out, but I still lived with my parents and they never asked for any contributions.
Do you or have you ever received passive or inherited income? If yes, please explain. My grandfather won some money in the lottery a couple of years ago, so he sent me $500 which I used on a Kitchenaid. The rest of the money went towards a vacation we took to Boston (our dream city!).
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12 PM-4 PM: Quick lunch break! I'm too anxious about my webinar this afternoon, so I make a tiny meal. I go back to my desk and put together next week's schedule for the intern. After sending the schedule, I respond to some requests and spend some time trying to calm down. The webinar goes really well, which is a relief. I take a short stretch break and notice my SO's Christmas gift was delivered. I wasn't expecting it to get here so soon! Back to work and I quickly follow up with the teacher who attended the webinar by sending over links to resources for the students. I also manage to squeeze in a few emails. I finish right after 5 PM and triumphantly shut down my laptop for the weekend.
5:30 PM-8:30 PM: I realize I need to put in an UberEats order now if I want to eat at a decent hour. We order delivery for dinner once a week, usually on Fridays. I end up ordering bahn mi, fries, and soba noodles from my favorite vegan restaurant. $32.41 After dinner, we settle in for the night and turn on Regular Show. We've rewatched it an embarrassing number of times since March. I get really tired and fall asleep on the couch at around 9PM.
Day 1 Total: $82.99
8 AM-10:30 AM: The light from the window wakes me up. I check up on news, have a quick chat with my sister over the phone, and feed the cats. I also take the time to do dishes for the first time in 2 days. We cook breakfast, lunch, and dinner at home at least 6 days a week. With both of us working from home, the dishes pile up quickly. I turn on the latest episode of my favorite podcast, Spilled Milk. I usually listen while I cook, but with leftovers and delivery the last two days, I haven't had a chance. After chores, I listen to the rest of the podcast while I reply to a work email agreeing to a meeting first thing Monday. I don't usually answer emails on weekends, but this meeting needs to happen, so I confirm that it fits into my schedule. Afterwards, I take a look in the fridge and pantry for some breakfast inspiration. My SO wakes up and I make breakfast for both of us. He lets me know he's making gift purchases for Christmas. $126.28
10:30 AM-12 PM: My SO hasn't learned YNAB yet, so he wants me to show him how to add transactions to our budget. We go over the budget I had set, which I admittedly knew was small for our Christmas gift plans. We have savings for it, so it's not a big deal, but I have to move money around from the extra savings budget into the gift budget. I'm still trying to figure out YNAB, since it's my first week using it, but I have already noticed a mindfulness in spending that I never had before. We always had enough to pay for everything we need, but all our money just sat in the bank account without purpose. We weren't spending or saving consciously, just making decisions based on "we have the money for it." It's nice to give each dollar a job and visualize my spending in categories. After spending way too much time making sense of my budgeting scheme, my SO reads me the latest election news. Well, let's just say that even though it's a bit too early for me, we split a beer in honor of the occasion. We didn't plan ahead to buy anything fancier, ha! We spend the rest of the morning talking to family.
4 PM: After getting ready for the day, I change into day pajamas. My husband plays on his PC while I draw on the balcony for some time, listening to a podcast. I've never considered myself artistic or creative, but in March I started drawing and it just stuck. I finish my sketch just in time as it gets too hot outside. I realize it's already 4 PM and I'm getting hungry. I throw together a salad with chopped lettuce and scallions from last week's CSA box, a can of chickpeas, shredded parmesan, and a homemade creamy garlic dressing (Julia Turshen's recipe!). It was great and I wish I could eat a bucket full - I could eat anything cheesy and garlicky all day. We watch more Regular Show and switch over to the newest Mandalorian episode.
9 PM: We have a great focaccia pizza dinner, courtesy of my SO’s great baking skills! After streaming a few episodes of TV, I fall asleep on the couch at around 10 PM. This is pretty much my weekend routine - passing out on the couch wrapped up in a blanket. It is very rare for me to stay up past 11 PM. I do wake up after a few hours to properly get ready for bed and struggle to fall back asleep, staying up for hours. But tonight I get up, get ready, and just fall asleep.
Day 2 Total: $126.28
9 AM-11 AM: I sleep in later than I do on the weekends. I stay in bed for a bit, cuddling my cat and reading the NYT and Joy the Baker newsletters in my inbox. I then switch over to my Target app and start adding to this week's shopping cart. I get produce, dishwasher tabs, and new skincare for myself (CeraVe PM and Cocokind Vitamin C serum). My skin is severely dehydrated, and after watching an AOC beauty routine video last week, I am inspired to take care of my skin. After getting ready for the day and submitting the Target order to pick up this afternoon, I pull up my calculator to find out how to split each item category. I end up splitting into 4 different budget categories when I enter the transaction into YNAB: Grocery Budget (produce), Home Stuff (dishwasher tabs), Personal Care, and my personal "Buy Whatever You Want" budget. This process sounds really tedious when I explain it, but I don't mind it. $99.21
11 AM-9 PM: My SO and I make biscuits and mushroom gravy with yesterday's leftover mushrooms from pizza. He takes over biscuit duty, while I throw together the gravy. It turns out really great! We watch the latest episode of GBBO while we eat. Time flies as we catch up on GBBO and the last Rick & Morty season. I got a notification that my Target order is ready a while back, so I get ready to pick up the order now before it gets too late and I get too comfy to do anything. I drive to Target, mask up, and do a drive-up pickup outside. I put away the groceries when I get home, and go back to watching TV. It’s a bit monotonous, but that’s an introverted, pandemic weekend for you! We make grilled cheese and tomato soup for dinner and settle in for the night.
Day 3 Total: $99.21
8 AM-12 PM: Get out of bed and get ready for the day. Since I'll be on camera for back-to-back presentations, I want to make sure I look alright. I use my new serum and moisturize. I then put on lotion and some concealer. After breakfast and too much coffee, I respond to requests and try to schedule webinars for next week. I also have a meeting with tomorrow's speaker and we discuss their presentation and how we'll adjust it for a younger audience. I’m pretty scattered from anxiety about this afternoon's meetings. I apologize and really beat myself up after. I’m always afraid I’ll look unprofessional or like I don’t know what I’m doing in these situations. I spend the rest of the morning preparing PowerPoints and writing down my opening for the presentation.
1PM-5PM: The two presentations go smoothly, even though I rushed through my introduction during the first from nerves. We get some great feedback from the group we presented to. I spent the rest of the workday following up with resources. I plop on the couch, exhausted mentally but happy about the outcome. I notice that a foreign fee has popped up on our bank account… I confirm with my SO if he purchased something from an international store for a gift - and he did! I have an idea of what he got, so I'm pretty excited, but I don't tell him because I know he wants it to be a surprise. $0.78
5 PM-9 PM: I make cilantro lime shrimp tacos for dinner. I haven’t eaten shrimp in forever and it’s pretty tasty! However, I never really care enough about meat to want to cook it or eat it often, so I'm not sure I'll do it again soon. We spend the rest of the evening relaxing as usual.
Day 4 Total: $0.78
9 AM-2 PM: I get ready for a back-to-back webinar morning. I realize I’m running low on coffee and put in an order with our favorite local roaster. We only buy every other month, since it’s just me drinking it at home. We love this roaster - it’s truly the best we’ve tried in the area. It's a Latinx, woman-owned compan and they have very high quality and ethical standards. It’s pricier than grocery store coffee, but I’ve never regretted it! I spend the rest of the morning in webinars and meetings. $41.25
2 PM-6 PM: The webinars go smoothly and I’m relieved that these are the last ones for the week. I normally don’t make such a packed schedule, but I wanted to accommodate everyone! My SO puts in an order for some music equipment he’s been eyeing. We each have a $100 “buy whatever” budget for the month, which he uses for this one! We also move around some money to make up for the overspending, which we don’t mind as we do have savings for odd purchases like this one. $112.34
6 PM-10 PM: I typically use Whisk to keep track of dinner (it's an amazing meal planning app!), but we ignore whatever’s on the menu and throw together some rice and beans. And we spend the evening as usual - TV, in bed by 10-11 PM.
Day 5 Total: $153.59
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Day 6 Total: $39.99
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3 PM-5 PM: I celebrate my title change by adding a couple of new things to my weekly grocery delivery order: beer, Talenti dairy-free sorbetto (they have a BOGO Free special!) and some Sara Lee pound cake because I have a nostalgic craving for cake. They end up canceling the Talenti because they don't have the dairy free at the store 😢 37.66. I receive the order masked up. I then walk downstairs for the mail a second time today, because my coffee order arrived! And of course, the ticket from the toll I accidentally ran through last month without a toll pass also arrives. $4.25
5 PM-9 PM: SO makes dinner of walnut pesto pasta. After dinner, the usual - TV and getting ready for bed!
Day 7 Total: $56.91
Total Week Expenses: $553.47
- Food + Drink: $206.16
- Fun / Entertainment: $152.33
- Home + Health: $31.80
- Clothes + Beauty: $17.99
- Transport: $0
- Other Total: $146.31 (from Holiday Gifts - $127.06, Unexpected toll ticket - $4.25, Girl Scouts Fundraiser - $15)
- Reflection: This was not a frugal week, which is crazy to think of since I felt much more mindful of our spending! I don't think it would be classified as normal spending, though: it included purchases which we normally make periodically, like my SO’s video game and hobby spending, the holiday gift purchases, and a beauty splurge. However, the food/drink spending was very normal for us and even on the lower side. We definitely need to be more conscious of that. Lastly, not to be a walking YNAB ad, but even though we spent a lot, I didn’t really feel guilty because we carved room in the budget for everything ahead of time. After using it for almost a month, it's actually stuck. I highly recommend it!
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10' Shot by Quioto is on frame, but saved by Turner.
11' Off the bar! Corner comes to Buksa, but Diop gets a touch to send it off the crossbar!
13' Shot by Gil is blocked by the face of the defender.
20' Silly foul by McNamara to take down Bojan is awarded a caution.
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23' Tight angle shot by Bou is blocked out for a corner.
27' Spinning shot by Bou near the top of the box ends up just wide.
29' Curling, left footed shot by Tajon forces a great save by Diop.
34' Another chance for the Revs, but Teal's shot is deflected over the bar!
35' Corner kick to Bunbury again, but Diop comes up with a good save.
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43' Tough tackle by Corrales takes out Buchanan and earns a yellow card.
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53' Shot by Bunbury is blocked by Binks.
57' Okwonkwo and Toye replace Maciel and Jackson-Hamel
61' GOAL!!! Another set piece poorly defended by the Revs, Sejdic sends it in, Camacho flicks it on, and Quioto gives Turner no chance. New England Revolution 1-1 Impact de Montréal
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68' Low shot by Sejdic is saved by Turner.
71' Quick shot by Bou is a few feet wide from the far post.
75' Cut back by Buksa to find Teal, but he curls his shot wide of the far corner.
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78' Shot by Bou blocked but falls for Lee, but it's blocked out for a corner kick.
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85' Shot by Gil blocked, rebound to Nguyen, his shot also blocked.
86' Nice run by Bou, he rips a shot, but it's just wide of the post with Diop rushing him.
87' Rennicks for Bunbury
87' Chance for Gil, but a diving Diop pushes it wide.
90'+1 Long throw flicked on, attempted clearance by Polster, but it's on frame! Turner saves.
90'+2 Attempt by Buksa is toucheed by Diop and off the upright!
90'+3 Half-volley by Gil skips into Diop's hands.
90'+5 GOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAALLLLLL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! IN THE LAST SECONDS OF STOPPAGE TIME, THE BALL POPS OUT TO BOU AT THE TOP OF THE BOX, WHO TUCKS IT IN TO THE BOTTOM LEFT CORNER TO GIVE THE REVS THE WIN! New England Revolution 2-1 Impact de Montréal