I paid off my car loan this month! I bought a very comfortable couch! After completing to my Duolingo lessons for 81 days, I somehow broke my streak. I’ve been satisfying the travel bug by planning a grand tour of the continental United States by train. I increased my 403(b) contribution.
I get paid on the last week day of the month. I set up a direct deposit into a checking account at the same bank that has my Health Savings Account (HSA). The money is not available until the next day. I was away from my computer and wasn’t able to make the transfer into… Continue reading Health Matters – April 2017
I logged into my teacher retirement account this morning. With the March 2017 paycheck, I have 23 years of credible service.
I was able to deposit money into my Health Savings Account on March 1st. I had the following medical expenses in March 2017. Chiropractic Adjustment – $80.50 ($40.25 x 2) Prescription Refill – $145.18 Dental Cleaning $10.00 I also had bloodwork done this month, but my “results” appointment isn’t until April. I’ll be billed in… Continue reading Health Matters – March 2017
I restarted my Duolingo French language lessons at the beginning this morning. I have been neglecting Duolingo for several months. The last time I tried a lesson where I left off, I kept making the same mistakes over and over. I added a daily calendar reminder early in the morning before work. I seem to… Continue reading Starting Again
I love going to the movies. I like getting to the theater early and sitting in my favorite seat. I haven’t been to a single movie in 2017. I think it is a combination of moving on weekends in January and February and not being interested in any released movies during the first three months… Continue reading Lifestyle Changes – Movies
I spent some time today making sure that I had scanned all of my receipts and recorded transactions for February and (so far in) March. Here are my medical expenses for February 2017. Chiropractic Adjustment – $40.25 I didn’t make a contribution to my HSA in February. I switched my direct deposit to a checking… Continue reading Health Matters – February 2017