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May 2015



May 2015 Budget Plan

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May’s here already and we’re nearly halfway through 2015! #craziness

This means it’s time for my May 2015 budget plan!

CategoryMonthly Total
House Repairs$15.00
City Bill$110.00
Gas Bill$30.34
Car Repairs$15.00
Auto Insurance$123.46
Clothes and Hair$40.00
FT Income$2,198.04
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

Keeping Up With Those More Frugal – Red Debted Stepchild – This post got picked up by Rockstar Finance! Thanks J. $ 🙂 – Update: It was picked up from there by Life Hacker!

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

I Just Put the Equivalent of my Old Salary to Debt – Dear Debt

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

Thanks for the Link Love Lately:

Budget Blonde

The Heavy Purse

If I’ve forgotten to list you and you’ve mentioned my blog lately, slap me up-side the head remind me in the comments below and I’ll gladly add you to my list!

What’s going on with you?

I love how this personal finance blogger is so open about sharing her budget with everyone!

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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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