Day 61

Got news from one of the companies that I will not start there before mid January and probably even later. So thats a bummer. So now recruiters are looking for freelance gigs again.

Wish I could have told them that i was booked solid until June but no… Not yet! I’ll tell them soon!

And if not I will just keep on rolling with the various freelance jobs that are coming my way. Switch up my skills a bit. Do some apps, games, websites, visuals, animations, modeling, audio editing and so on.

Most of them aren’t my core business but I was “taught” in school to be very diverse. So I got the basic knowledge of most computer jobs and extended my knowledge in my spare time a bit. Not nearly as good as people that are doing it for a living but my creativity makes up for my skill level. 😄

Yesterday was my biggest spend day of the last two months! But I did really well. My budget for presents was €25 and I kept it under €20.

I had a small crunch session yesterday. Podcast episode 8 needed to be done before this weekend because my time is really limited for work/ hobby stuff.

I think it’s an amazing episode even though I had a ramble session in there. Making it so hard for myself to edit. Luckily Sami made up for it and gave amazing insights with fluent sentences. 😂

Be sure to listen to the podcast (episode 8) between Christmas and New-years day!

There will be an awesome giveaway! The price will be given away on January first 2018.

Daily balance:

Expected expenses today:
Dunno

Expenses yesterday:
Personal:
€ 18,25 (Xmas presents) + € 3,50 (train ticket) + € 1 (tissues) + € 3,90 (coffees)
Business
€ 0,00

Expected income today:
€ 0,00

Income yesterday:
€ 0,00

Wallet:
€ 13,96 – € 4,90 = € 9,06

Current balance personal account:
€ 10,05

Current balance business account:
€274,76 – € 21,75 = € 253,01

Total:
€ 272,12


– IRS: € 46.534,16
– Business: € 21.999,26
– Personal: € 8.392,86

Total Debt:
€ 76.926,28

Balance day 61:
– € 76.654,16


€ 6.545

Cheers,
David

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