May 2015 Budget Plan
May’s here already and we’re nearly halfway through 2015! #craziness
This means it’s time for my May 2015 budget plan!
|Clothes and Hair||$40.00|
|Side Income Required||$460.000|
One of my favorite things about this time of year is that my utility bills go down since I can go at least a couple of months without using my heater or AC. This allows me to use that money for other things like debt, or my upcoming yard work!
I did increase the amount of money budgeted toward going out to eat/entertainment in an effort to find a number I can finally stick to each month. I plan to continue playing this number until I find one that’s realistic for me. I talked a bit more about this the other day in my Financially Real post.
Other than that, there aren’t many changes to my budget plan this month, which is good I guess. I’m just chugging right along.
Here’s what’s been going on with my posts around the web:
2 Reasons Why Owing Money to Family is Tough – Wealth Gospel
How to Pay Off Debt Without Giving Up Your Lifestyle – Wealth Gospel
How Being Financially Real is Helping Me Achieve My Goals – Budget Blonde
Why You Shouldn’t “Fake it ’till You Make It” – Red Debted Stepchild
3 Simple Ways I Save Money – The Jenny Pincher
How Much Should You Spend on Beauty? – The Jenny Pincher
When Being Frugal is Cool – Wise Dollar
How to Build a Career-Ready Wardrobe for Only $200 – Wise Dollar
5 Fun Ways to Earn Extra Income This Summer – Add-Vodka
4 Ways to Deal with Drama in the Workplace – Add-Vodka
Family Game Night: A Fun Way to Teach Kids About Money – Smart Asset
3 Unique Ways to Think About Your Spending Habits – Smart Asset
How Minimalism Can Help You Manage Your Money – Smart Asset
4 Celebrity Money Mistakes to Learn From – Smart Asset
It’s Almost Swimsuit Season! Here are the Best Suits for Your Body! – Face and Fitness
Where Do You Find Fashion Inspiration? – Face and Fitness
My Fave Posts by Others:
How to Balance Freelance Writing with Your Own Blog – Budget Blonde
Side Stepping the Hustle – Done by Forty
The Worst Financial Advice I’ve Ever Received – The Frugal Farmer
Birthday Gifts – Debt Repayment or a Gift? – Budget Bloggess
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