I just updated my list of things to pay-off/ do and unfortunately, I haven’t accomplished as much as I want to by now. I’m about 10 weeks away from leaving my apartment and there are still big decisions to be done before that could happen successfully. Like, where am I going? What am I doing with my life? The next month will be very unpredictable. I have a few projects that are coming to fruition, and I am hoping some of them will yield me some form of income.
I can feel getting close to failure, which in a way is good. Because, I really don’t/ cant have a back-up plan. So failure is NOT an option. One thing I know is that consistently talking about things do help. As long as I keep being active with blogging maybe I’ll be more productive.
Wish me luck! and I will try my best and give it my all.
My $500 – Budget
Pay CC1 – $200
– use this money to pay for phone bill.
Withdraw $100 in cash – live off this money.
Keep $200 in bank account.
I think I would be more effective if instead of writing on my journal at night to reflect on things that happened on my day. I want to start writing when I wake up. The idea is that, I will be more proactive rather than reactive when it comes to my day. I can write about my plans, and ideas instead of ranting about what happened during the day. I’m going to try to do this for blogging too.
How this would affect this specific blog:
- I can write about how I plan on spending my money instead of how I spent it. Of course I can write about how I spent it too, but I think that my budget will be more actively on my head if I write about it first thing.
What do you guys think? When do you write on your journal? If so why do you like writing during that time of the day?
I want to take a year simply exploring the world. I have no budget as you guys know. But if I were to go home, I think I can afford it. Even better, I might have enough to start a company. I can live off my grandparents’ farm. But I have a math problem. For sure, I can leave for 2 months but I might need to come back to my city right now for a week or two for a professional event. Should I airbnb my room out? or should I just completely get out of my lease?
June passed by so fast! And while I was able to catch up on some monthly bills. I’m behind on savings, and I still need to earn more. I know that I need to do this, but for some reason it feels comfortable right now, so I’m not trying as hard.
Any suggestions on how to form habits or how to earn more on side hustles? I’m all ears.