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Paid off One Medical Debt!

February 2nd, 2009 at 07:23 am

I made the final payment to one of my medical bills. And another one will be paid off on the 15th. YEAH!

Unfortunately, I think that I will start receiving bills for the CT's I have had done lately. The previous payments will be replaced with new ones! YUCK!

I transferred $40 into my savings account this morning. That is the amount of gas left over from last week's budget. I still think I will be able to two Mortgage payments in february, but not as early as I would have liked.

I made payments on all of my credit cards this month. Still need to get a couple down under the limit, but at least I made payments!

My brakes were more than I estimated. I had guessed $125 and they were $160! YIKES!

I went to the grocery store yesterday. Instead of going to Ingles, I went to the smaller IGA. My reasoning was that although IGA had slightly higher prices, their selection is no where near as great as Ingles.(and I wasn't feeling particularly frugal yesterday)! So I figured I wouldn't be tempted to purchase what we didn't need. I made it through every aisle in 20 minutes and only purchased what we needed. Spent $75. I feel sure that I would have spent at least double that at Ingles.

I didn't get anything posted on ebay yesterday. I am still really sore from the biopsy. Didn't do much of anything. Finally had to tell DH that i was in pain and I couldn't do like I usually do. No clean towels? Wash some! No tea made? Make some! He finally got the hint.

All in all, I think I am looking pretty good for february...as long as those unplanned things don't pop up too often!

2 Responses to “Paid off One Medical Debt!”

  1. smiley2009 Says:

    The Dave Ramsey in me lol would say to catch the mortgage up before paying credit card debt. lol But WOOHOO at least its gone. lol Great Job

  2. crazyliblady Says:

    Congrats on paying off debt. My priorities would be to pay off credit card debt first, because the medical debts likely don't have any interest. But, in the end, paid off debt is paid off debt - one less thing to worry about.

    On another note, one of my former bosses had a baby in May 2002, I think. Several weeks before the baby was due, she made up meals for him to eat while she was in the hospital and not up to doing any cooking. She was thinking of him and knew that he did not like to cook. She didn't want him to spend money on fast food that isn't good for you. Did he bother to take one out of the freezer and warm it up? No. Instead, he had pizza delivered or went out to eat almost every night that she was in the hospital.

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