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DAS check in

June 20th, 2019 at 12:16 pm

DAS is short for my Daily Action Steps to keep myself moving in the right direction.
1. Check
2. Check, about an hour of work increasing my knowledge on an assessment
3. Check. Already completed an email and have 2 more I will respond to
4. This part is fun because we have all been home the past 2 days Smile

Financially, all bills for the month have been paid or the money is sitting there waiting for automatic payment to go through.

I haven't put any extra on my credit card yet because I will have one month this summer where I do not get a full-time paycheck. I am a teacher and our pay is divided into 11 months. I didn't set up summer savings to cover that month, which I have always done in the past. Foolishly I forgot all about the "no paycheck" month until March. Needless to say all extra cash has been funneled into savings to cover that one month because I don't want to take any money from my longer term accounts.

Fortunately my second job has been providing decent money to help me through these past 6 months. Summer is my time to ramp up my hours, so any extra money there is heading to savings/0% credit card.

I have fixed expenses and flexible expenses. The "flexible" expenses are paid for by my second job. My goal is to save 50% of my second job paycheck. When that money builds up a bit more I can do something with it.



2 Responses to “DAS check in”

  1. Amber Says:

    I’m sure you’ll be able to reach your financial goals

  2. rob62521 Says:

    Good goals!

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