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My Spending Over the Last 8 Days

Three weeks ago I added cash numbers to my weekly review. What I'd make actively, passively, spend. Two weeks ago the line on my review read:

What'd I spend this week? Not sure. Figure out expenses next week

This week it looks like this*:

What'd I spend this week?

Expenses: July 18: room $32, food $12, coffee $4 July 19: room $15, food $10, coffee $4, transit $2 [groceries $18, vitamins $66] July 20: room $15, food $0, no other expenses July 21: room $15, food $12 coffee $4 [groceries $3] July 22: room $15, food $0, no other expenses July 23: room $15, food $0, no other expenses July 24: room $15, food $0, no other expenses July 25: room $22, food $12, coffee $7 [groceries $13 - but bought at convenience store, and had to throw away two things I bought because pork was in it] 26 room $15, food $0 Total: room $144 ($18/day), food $46, coffee $19, groceries $31, transit $2 -> I also bought vitamins for $66, but that's a long term expense over the next two months, not an expense for just this week.

Hi!

On Thinking Out Loud

Okay, here's me starting something new.

Hi. I'm Breanna I'm a 16 (well 17 tomorrow) year old girl living in Canada. I'm in a rough patch right now and need to get it all off my chest somehow, so why not start a blog. Even if no one reads it... it's better than nothing. So here we go.

The story.

when I was 13 my dad got laid off, his position wasn't needed anymore so he got a package for a year and a half with pay until he found a job. At first, he enjoyed not having to go downtown every day. While it was October he decided to take six months off to do some personal stuff before looking for a new job- why not, he was still being paid for doing nothing! April rolls around, six months after being laid off. "Well summer's right around the corner and we're going away so there's no point of getting a job right now; I'll do it in September I promise."

It's October. Six months left for your package, we need money.

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