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Back on the Horse

March 22nd, 2014 at 04:04 pm

I have decided to dig my heels in and I just applied the $60 cash to the cc I have special focus on.
I let snowflakes "melt" into our checking account way too often.

Feeling much more collected today. Smile
And absolutely confident that I will not have lunch out or a family meal out for the rest of the month. I will need to go to the store for bananas and dinner fixings for next Saturday, but other than that we have a ton of food.

A friend and her family are taking a weeklong trip to visit family. She was going to board their little dog at a local kennel. I told her I would watch her dog at my house for half the cost of the kennel. She was thrilled.

It is a Win/Win/Win. I'll make $150. She'll save $150. Pup will have totally tailored attention.

Speaking of horses.. got notice that our boarding rate is increasing by $10/month to $170/month. Operating costs going up for the ranch owner -especially the cost of hay. I figure the drought is only going to make that worse.

April is also vet visit month for our horse. Likely $100 for that.

3 Responses to “Back on the Horse”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    Yes less debt and a little side income! All good. Glad you feel better about things today. Smile

  2. Kiki Says:

    I got your request for information but haven't had a chance to respond with working a ton of OT and house sitting so I don't have my information and papers I can send to you. I will next week after the trip the LA this week.

    Congrats on the dog sitting gig! Always good to get a loyal client and potentially a reference for your business!

  3. rob62521 Says:

    Good show on the dog sitting!

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