bananasandoranges wrote: »
I was going to compare my sept goals listed here to accomplishments, but since I was away in early sept I didn't post any so at least I can say I didn't miss any goals for the 1st time!
With COVID its sometimes easier to spend less.
I totally agree with you- We are spending so much less. I have only been in Walmart one time in the past seven months. We are finding we don't NEED to go out shopping every day(husband loves to shop). Trying to do better using what we have on hand instead of buying more. He is spending a lot more than before on Amazon and other online ordering(he was bad about it before, just increased his buying online). We are eating out a LOT less which is hard on him- he prefers to eat out than at home even though I think I am a good cook, have been told by others that I am, anyways.
Add on that they have lifted the number of hours retirees can work, he is working a lot more so more money coming in- He used to be limited to 63hrs a month or loose his pension for the month if he went over, even 15min. They lifted the limit for three months, then another three months and then end of last month, lifted it indeffinately-(sp?)- He works graveyard shifts to limit exposure to customers. Was working 15 hrs a week and now closer to 40hrs a week.
okiewoman510 wrote: »
Thanks Ladies for the birthday greetings!
Katla49 wrote: »
Today is a "bright, bright, sunshiney day." I have my dog back at home and he is doing well. I've picked up prescriptions and run errands. It is time for a bit of R&R. :bigsmile:
Katla49 wrote: »
I went to the store and bought Halloween candy the other day. I hope to keep out of it. I am all set for trick or treaters, though the “big day” is 29 days from now. I have the bowl full of candy tucked away and out of sight for now. I don't want to fall into trouble with self control. "Once on the lips, forever on the hips," is not a good goal. :noway:Katla in beautiful NW Oregon
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