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August 2014 Budget Plans

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9465248864_1cd68e4dc3_zWell friends, we’re finally reaching the end of July. It’s county fair week here in my town and it’s a busy time of year.

I used to do 4H and I LOVED it. While I miss it very much, I’m really looking forward to actually getting to enjoy the fair this year, rather than being there and working with my animals and other projects from 5am-10pm or later everyday this week. I am on the Fair Board in my county now, and that means I still have to do some work at the fair, but much less than when I was in 4H.

Hopefully, August will slow down and have less activities than July, though I do know my BFF is coming to visit for one weekend in August! Plus, I’m hoping time flies between now and October, when I’ll have some much-needed cashflow available since I will have at least one more debt paid off!! 🙂

Here is my budegt plan for August:

CategoryMonthly Total
DIFFERENCE-$0.24
Charity$10.00
EF$20.00
Morgage$852.28
House Repairs$15.00
City Bill$125.00
Gas$15.56
Cable$77.88
Internet$51.87
Phone$102.76
Food$120.00
Car Fuel$60.00
Car Repairs$15.00
Car Insurance$93.44
Clothes and Hair$40.00
Pets$40.00
Household$30.00
Personal$30.00
Crossfit$80.00
Cleaning$72.00
Debt$577.91
TOTAL$2,429.70
INCOME$2,428.46

Not many changes for August. My rates on things like TV, internet, Netflix, cell phone, etc are pretty stable. I will, of course, try to put more toward savings and debt than what I have projected.

I do know that I have a few annual appointments, dentist and eye doctor, scheduled for August so I’m not sure how much those are going to cost me, but some of it may end up having to come out of my EF 🙁

How does your budget plan look for August?

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Kayla

Kayla is a mid-20s single girl living in the Midwest, USA. She is focused on paying off her consumer and student loans, while simplifying her life and closet. You can join her on her journey at ShoeaholicNoMore or follow her on Twitter.

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