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Kind of a No-Spend Day

August 16th, 2013 at 07:12 am

Yesterday was kind of a no-spend day. It was pay day, so I did pay my bills (the few that aren't automatic). I also gave a co-worker $10 toward a raffle ticket -- I had already promised. I've done this once-a-year raffle for three years and have never won anything, but the cause is good, which is the important part.

I signed up for Walgreen's Step for Balance Rewards. It is a program where you earn reward points for walking, weighing yourself, and setting goals. I am doing the walking anyway, so why not get paid? And making myself weigh in every day is not a bad habit to get into.

I forgot to set the alarm last night. My inner alarm woke me up with just 15 minutes to get ready, but I did it. All but washing my hair, which really needs to be done, but it was more important to catch the train on time.

I really wanted to get breakfast in the downtown station this morning, but I resisted. I thought about how I'd just earned $3 from Pine Cone, and did I want to just turn around and eat it, or put it into savings? Eating lost out. I have oatmeal here at work, and leftovers from yesterday's lunch are already waiting for me in the fridge, so there is really no excuse for buying food.

4 Responses to “Kind of a No-Spend Day”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    Good job resisting that fast food junk!!

  2. snafu Says:

    Good on you passing on your desire for take-out bkfst. Have you tried any of the dry shampoo products? Perhaps Walgreen's cosmetic counter can offer a try-out sample pkg.

  3. HouseHopeful Says:

    Hey! Thanks for the Walgreens tip! I already do that same logging with my insurance fitness program to earn rewards. Doing it another time each day won't hurt at all!

  4. CB in the City Says:

    I've used dry shampoo -- long ago. But I am usually vigilant about washing my hair -- it was just an unusual two days!

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