QTD Expense report 27-07-2019

  I have left super-saving territories for more than a little while actually, maybe forever? I cannot say I've been saving like crazy but still, I have some results to show before the holiday break of this year: Also down here some insights on the monthly performance, or more exactly the absence of performance, as … Continue reading QTD Expense report 27-07-2019

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QTD Expense report 24-03-2019

  I have left super saving territories for a little while (40% and plus saving rate). I've reached the point where more watering will not make the plant much bigger, and time and compounding are now of more of the essence of the wole plan.... still budgeting as tightly as before though, it's just sometime … Continue reading QTD Expense report 24-03-2019

Year End 2018

Another year has passed, and some graphs to prove it was worth the savings efforts: 2018 Saving rates 2018 Saving rates were as high as ever this year, with a heartbeat in October as some went to an investment plan. What is there to say about it ? was it difficult? no. Is it beneficial? … Continue reading Year End 2018

QTD Report beg of November ’18

there you go another QTD report before Xmas time kicks in. I know I am going to be spending more than I probably should once again and so a nice little good-looking expense report is more than welcome right now before it gets ugly 🙂 But more importantly, I'll probably be going away from the … Continue reading QTD Report beg of November ’18

Quarter-to-Date – beg. of Feb 2018

Quarter-to-Date (QTD) Instead of waiting Quarter-end or Month-end period to publish a little something about how I did and if my spending is in line I have amended the model and build a Quarter-to-Date view, which allows me to aggregate backward the last quarter of data starting now. By doing so I am no longer tied … Continue reading Quarter-to-Date – beg. of Feb 2018

2017 wrap – up

I finally found some time to put together my mini reports about my personal spending for the past year of saving challenge. #BSRI update I am below spending budget (Woo Hoo!), I planned for around 20% savings, finally achieving right above 30%, my highest saving rate ever. However, despite more frugal than usual lifestyle, I … Continue reading 2017 wrap – up