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Spending for the last 2 days

April 2nd, 2007 at 07:13 pm

Yesterday, my son was sick so I spent his $4 pocket money for him at the fruit shop on some treats. I also entered Dad in another chess tournament for which cost $13.23. That went on the credit card. That makes the credit card balance $172.99 which is a whole lot better than previous credit card balances. Last months was nearly $800 which I will pay tomorrow.

Tomorrow, I am going to my diet group which will cost $8.50 including bus fare. Plus I have to buy a prescription which will cost $4.90. I am also going to the doctor but he bulk bills so it won't cost me anything. I am not going to lunch tomorrow so I will save $5 there. I ordered a garden salad last week and it was yum but my doctors appointment is at lunchtime so I will give it a miss this week. I have lost weight this week which I am pleased about! I made up a weight spreadsheet where I can put in my daily weight and it produces a chart automatically! I am very happy with it!

2 Responses to “Spending for the last 2 days”

  1. JanH Says:

    I like the idea of a weight spreadsheet. I have one that tracks calories, but not one that tracks weight. Good idea!

  2. lowincomelady Says:

    Hi JanH,

    Yes the weight spreadsheet is another strategy to get my weight down. I even set it up to calculate my daily BMI. I want to see the numbers go down. I have lost over 50 kilos so far in about 4 years and I need to lose another 32 kilos to get to goal. My starting weight was 162.9 kilos (which is about 358 pounds) and now I am 112.1 kilos (about 247 pounds). I have been at a standstill for about a year now and I really want to get down further as I am sick of being the same all the time!



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