December 2015 Budget Plan
I’m really looking forward to Thanksgiving tomorrow with my family. I’ll be hosting it at my house again and I’m really excited to get my cookin’ on!
We have some pretty fun Thanksgiving traditions to uphold and I hope the day cooperates with us.
After Thanksgiving, December and Christmas will be here before we know it. I am taking Friday off from posting as I’m sure no one will be around to read anyway as most people will be out shopping for Black Friday, or will be abstaining from the crazy and spending time with family and friends instead. Either way, I don’t think there will be much activity on the internet. 🙂
That said, here is my budget plan for December.
|Business Income Required||$2,520.00|
I’m really glad that my budget is finally going back down after a few months of very high budgets with lots of extra expenses. It’s not too much lower than last months, but that’s because my rebate card that I was using for groceries is all used up and I budgeted for some extra cash spending this month as I know I’ll probably have a few holiday expenses that I’m not able to specifically think of right now.
The only other thing that’s not budgeted for that I might have to pay for this month is my remaining Christmas gifts for a couple of close friends. Other than that, I should be able to stick to my budget pretty closely.
Well, I’m keeping it short and sweet this month as there’s not too many crazy changes to my budget and I’m anxious to get all of my work done so I can take a break later this week to unplug and enjoy Thanksgiving food and the amazing leftovers. 🙂
Do you have any Thanksgiving plans? How’s your budget looking for December?
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