“I love money. I love everything about it. I bought some pretty good stuff. Got me a $300 pair of socks. Got a fur sink. An electric dog polisher. A gasoline powered turtleneck sweater. And, of course, I bought some dumb stuff, too” –Steve Martin
I must admit I am getting used to this a bit more now. The fear isn’t there anymore. I think it helps that I’m actively participating in our finances now and I am taking responsibility for it.
Income Feb 2018
Nothing different there. Notice the Matched Betting money isnt included? We have different plans for that which you will see below.
Yep not great and as you can see from our income, we have overspent again so will be using the money we borrowed.
So the plan for extra income is this:
Yes we have booked a holiday! the money we borrowed doesn’t have interest on it so we are making sure we have our proverbial backs covered and then going to pay it off. If we can keep to our spending budget then we should naturally have money left at the end of each month which will help to top up everything we want to do.
So how much did we make from Matched Betting? (Don’t forget we use a different month to the normal calendar month as we pay for our living expenses on the credit card)
Grand total is:
My money seems very hard to keep track of at the moment with me trying to set up a new bank account for Matched Betting. I have lots of money coming in and going out so its going to take some work (and a spreadsheet) to actually find where it all is!