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    Default Re: Financial Recovery after Covid

    I just got hired to be the Easter bunny again. And now they're paying like $5-$6 more hourly than they were paying before.

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    Default Re: Financial Recovery after Covid

    Quote Originally Posted by TheBrownFox View Post
    I just got hired to be the Easter bunny again. And now they're paying like $5-$6 more hourly than they were paying before.
    That is soo soo cool.

    My post-Covid victory dance was done over being able to afford a new carpet shampoo machine. Yay for spotless carpet.

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    Since Oct. I paid off close to $1300 in old bills, plus I've saved some $ for a home, which I still can't afford quite yet.

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    It's been *really* satisfying this month to hit around 70% of my monthly goal between March 1- 10 !
    The business had a new lead nearly every day.
    That gives a good chunk of time to chill out a bit OR try to push for going over.

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    Credit score is starting to go up, and after the weekend I should hit a new milestone in my savings. Ugh this is taking forever. I still don't want to go back to the club ever again bc I'm done.

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    My business clicked into what were my pre-covid monthly goal was this month so far in profit.
    I'm happy with that and hope it continues.
    I'm still keeping a watchful eye and willing to make changes if needed.
    I am going to keep at it this month. It's not over. I wouldn't mind my old goals PLUS some.
    Everything was so lean in 2021. 2022 is a new year.
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    I hope I get another sale before the month gets finished ha.

    I am kind of talking myself out of the dancer trip Tues. and Wed.
    I don't know . Supplemental dancing I guess is just that .... if the $ hole isn't there then maybe I don't need it ?
    I feel a little wussy though saying that.

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    Made an extra payment on my credit card. Yay!
    Focus more on what you want than on what you donít want

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    ^ Nice !
    I'm getting to the bottom of my card pile too. I think I put the number somewhere on the site before now I don't want to talk about it lol.
    I did $500 payments this month on each card and there isn't much left ( about $900 on each ).
    I was on a kick to know the *exact* amounts for a bit but I don't. I just know it's getting there.

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    I hit a milestone in my savings. This week I have to pay the storage bill. I also want to pay down an old resurfacing bill so my credit score will go up. Then put whatever else I make into savings. It's been a balance of saving up money and getting the credit score up.

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