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Expensive week

August 25th, 2018 at 01:51 am

W have 2 grown daughters that live with us and it is difficult to live in such a small house with 4 adults but we get a great rate on rent since the home owners love us as tenants. We looked around and nothing fit us even looked at house that were an extra $100 a week...nothing...so I decided that we would put most of their stuff and stuff that we weren't using right now into storage...gives us all more much needed room and space to relax. W are still moving things and we decided to pay up front for a year which was $1920 so wiped out a lot of our savings that we had in our ice account, but worth it and much cheaper than paying more rent and having moving expenses. With one child with a chronic illness and the other at college they just couldn't move out if they tried.

Still have a few more docs/specialists but that is going to have to wait till we get our savings back up as not going to have no money in the bank...my plan is sept to get my ice acct back to $2000 and then start on the house savings again..although hubby and I are deciding whether or not to buy a house and then travel australia for a year (in a yr or 2) and our oldest could live in our house while we are gone...something we are contemplating..but that is a something to think on and something my hubby has always wanted to do.
So this week our accounts are looking dismal but everything is paid, grocery shopping is done...so all good there...just need to get back on track and stay on track...hope everyone is having a great weekend...we finally have a couple of sunny days...so nice..just need it to warm up a bit now

3 Responses to “Expensive week”

  1. VS_ozgirl Says:

    Sounds like you made a good choice by putting stuff in storage rather than moving in the long run, definitely.

  2. mumof2 Says:

    yes we made the right decision and still in the process now just need to get our accounts back to where they were....we will get there slowly....just happy no debt added

  3. rob62521 Says:

    Now that you paid the yearly rent up front, you can probably pay yourself the monthly rent each month to replace what you spent from your savings account. Sounds like you are smart in making it work.

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