Literally, everything happened in February. Continue reading “February 2020: the one where everything happens”
I got the year right on the first try!
January started off with a stroll through the national zoo during the last evening of Zoolights, a $144 (after Rover’s fees) petsitting gig, aaaaand then the first Saturday morning I woke up with the flu and was in bed for the better part of a week. Continue reading “January 2020: side hustling. And groceries”
As you can tell by the title, I am shamelessly copying myself from last year and doing the same thing with goals for this year, just adding one to match the year. Now 20 is a lot of goals, so I might have to come up with something different next year so this doesn’t continue indefinitely!
Here’s what I have in mind for this year. Continue reading “20 for 2020”
It’s just barely still January, so now’s a perfect time to finally wrap up with the 2019 posts! Continue reading “2019 year in review”
It’s mid-January, but that’s a great time to still be finishing up 2019 wrap-up posts, right? Let’s get into the last 19 for 2019 goals update! Continue reading “19 for 2019: Q4 update”
How I ended November’s spending post: “December won’t be anywhere near as exciting, which is fine with me. I’m ready to slow down for a bit here at the end of the year.”
Yeah that… did not happen. Continue reading “December 2019: holidays here, there, and everywhere”
SO MUCH happened in November. Continue reading “November 2019: saved by the “shit happens” fund”
Let me state some things about myself that I’ve mentioned before across various posts. Continue reading “They say the first is the hardest…”
I’ve been meaning to write this post for two months now, but somehow it’s already December and the beginning of the third quarter of the year seems like it was FOREVER ago. A lot’s happened since then; here’s where I stood on my goals at the end of September. Continue reading “19 for 2019: Q3 update”
Before I started actually writing the post, I was going to say that there was not a lot to say about October. In a good way. It was a month spent at home, which has been extremely rare this year. Not much happened (although I can still write at length about it!), and it’s reflected in my spending below—spoiler alert, but 64% is a ridiculously high savings rate for me!
The title of this post is a reference to the two things about the month worth writing about: apple picking/fall season, and all things pink tax. Yes, I’m clever. Continue reading “October 2019: let’s call this the pink lady month”