Pay day. Joy of Joys. The thrill I get from pay day is being able to build up my savings. And of course, spend money again.
I have bought some supplies. But other than I was good.
I paid off the new credit card debt in full. I am back down to just the £600 of debt.
I went for a run. I have run 49 miles this month so far. I’m going to try and get it up to 60 miles by the end of this week. You might as well have something to aim for during lockdown.
It looks like restrictions are easing in England but not Wales yet.
This week I have had a longing to hug someone. I want to hold someone in my arms. I want to feel love.
Everyday gets me closer to my debt free date. Tomorrow I will have vanquished a tenth of the days since I began my countdown. I get closer. It is a small thing that makes me feel like I am getting closer to the life I have dreamed of, which isn’t a bad way to be feeling during the uncertainty of lock down.
I get closer.
I paid £5 towards my investment account today. I don’t put very much into it each month, just spare change.
I am considering the purchasing of more sports bras. 2 more would get my collection up to 7 and then I would have enough for each day of the week, and that should keep my laundry in check as I continue my running streak. The number one barrier I had in my mind for continuing a running streak was keeping on top of the sports bra washing. I just don’t have a tumble dryer and have to dry clothes on an airer to make sure no mould develops in the flat. I don’t want you to think I’m unclean. I do my laundry.
Anyway, I am faced with another weekend ahead of me to get things done. But even in lock down there still doesn’t seem to be enough time.