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NST June 2019 - Ninja powers
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I've chosen some of the targets, rather than all
-bills (change provider, reduce your usage) - energy provider just changed, as were both car insurances. Will look at insurance on BTL (due June) Am hoping energy usage is lower due to nice weather = line dried laundry and fewer lights on.
-clutter - always a target
-toxic situations and people - a family wedding in June could be 'interesting'...…
-unloved items - see clutter
-unnecessary spends - ok
-waste – food and other - yes
-dreams (dream big)
-fruit and veg intake (we know the health benefits)
-fun + laughter (so important!)
-generosity (donate, give, help others)
-getting niggly jobs done (then they can stop bugging you)
-health (don’t pay for health issues later in life – be healthy now!)
-moving more (goes with health. Get shifting that booty)
-time with those you love (you can’t do this once they’re gone. Make the most of them now)
New roof and car £8557/£19003 New kitchen £396/£5039 Credit card Paid Student loan Paid
Pay off £7000 - £1743 - 19.4%
Make £2021 extra income - £99.75
Hi fmess - hope things settle down for you, and that your dad is ok.
Busiest month of the year for me so I will focus on what I can and let go of what I can't.
Working hard to pay off my debt
Time to take back control
Fashion on the Ration 28/66
Elderly illnesses are threatening - my own special brand of toxicity - I can't jettison them but will try to shut up about it.