Church of FI – November Expense Reports

Apparently, I horded a large amount of my vacation time this year, so I’m taking the rest of the year off. This counts weekends and regular days off, of course, but as I write this I am relaxing and not thinking about work for 27 straight days!

Twenty-seven days! That’s nearly a month! We will be doing some traveling for Christmas, but I will also spend a few weeks at home.

This month I bought a 20-punch pass to a local hot springs, so I might take Little Miss to the springs a few times. Maybe we will get ambitious and try snow-shoeing or cross-country skiing. Will my house get cleaned? Probably not, even though it desperately needs it!

Mainly, I am hoping to rejuvenate. By the end of work, I was pretty worn down. I wasn’t sleeping well and always had a low-grade headache. I just need a break. A long break.

 

Expense Reports

I have collected quite a list of blogs that publish their monthly expenses. A “New*” next to a blog indicates that it is a new addition to the Church of FI, not a new blog necessarily. Some of these blogs combine their net worth and expense reports. I like to compare my spending to these reports and try to improve where I can. Here is the lowdown on November’s expenses (published in December).

 The Jolly Ledger

Root of Good

Northern Expenditure

Bayalis is the Answer

Retire by 40

Frugalwoods

Mr. Tako Escapes

Financially Alert

Frugal Momster

Fiery Millennials

I Retired Young

Chronicles of a Father with Cents

Done by Forty

Gen Y Finance Guy

Enough time to

The Three Year Experiment

Minimalist in the City

Financial Serenity Blog

Kiwi and Keweenaw

BrokeGIRLrich

Turning Point Money

Reaching for FI

MoneyBabe

Atypical Life

Tight Fisted Miser

FI Heroes

Money Scrap

The Origami Life

Frugal Professor (New*)

Her Every Cent Counts (New*)

 

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One Response to Church of FI – November Expense Reports

  1. Really enjoy reading your blog. You are crushing it! I’m looking forward to following your FIRE journey. Thanks for adding my blog to your list.

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