Day 175

Snowballinggggg!! 😁😁😁😁

Just paid off the first five snowballs!!

  • €250
  • €405,90
  • €557,44
  • €683,99
  • €750

€ 2.647,33 paid off!

Feels great!

This means I’m in 72k range now πŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ

Kinda embarrassed by this but I finally paid two ex-employees their last salary bits. Paid my phone bill. Municipal taxes and more taxes.

The timing of the municipal bill was just perfect.

Apparently they’ve been at my door multiple times but I’m working so I’m never at home during the week.

Got a letter yesterday which they pushed under my door with the following text:

LAATSTE WAARSCHUWING

Which translates to

FINAL WARNING

Or we’ll knock down your door and take your stuff.

Hilarious. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

Because I know they can’t do that.Β 

They are allowed to knock down the door to do an inventory but not take anything.

I know my rights bruhs so I’m actually very relaxed.

I paid them this morning because I got the money yesterday and wished them the best day ever.

I’m just in a very good mood all the time now. You can throw anything financially at me and I can handle it and it doesn’t even phase me.

This obviously wasn’t always the case but I’m glad I’m here now. In this state of mind.

Can you believe I knocked down 5 debts or however you say that.

I hope you have an amazing day just like me!

Daily balance:

Expenses yesterday:
Personal:

€ 33,00

Business:
€ 0,00

Income yesterday:
€ 3.750,00

Combined balance personal and business account:
€ 732,32


– IRS: € 46.534,16
– Business: € 21.450,26 – € 1.557,44 = € 19.892,82
– Personal:  € 7.458,66 – € 1.089,89 = € 6.368,77

Total Debt:
€ 72.795,75

Net worth day 175:
– € 72.063,43


€ 25.030 – € 3.250 = € 21.280

Cheers,
David

Currently reading this financial book:


The Thank You Economy

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