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Out of Pocket Maximum means...

June 13th, 2016 at 05:10 pm

I no longer have to pay for prescriptions or dr copays. That is at least $80 a month savings on prescriptions alone.

I have an appointment on Friday with a cosmetic surgeon to see about breast reduction surgery. I am not confident it will happen but it is worth checking into.

I go back to the surgeon tomorrow for my followup appointment. Hopefully (or maybe not) he will release me to go back to my second job on Wednesday. I really need to go back but I am scared that it will just be too much. I am going to give it a shot anyway.

Need to work on August budget, but can't get motivated. I have to stop at my mom's tomorrow to pay her bills. She says she doesn't know that she will be able to take that back anytime soon. It isn't that hard because she has no bills, just household expenses. Just kind of taxing keeping up with her expenses and my expenses. I just have to make sure that everything that needs to be paid is in each account.

Going to pack my lunch and head to bed. I am exceptionally tired tonight.


4 Responses to “Out of Pocket Maximum means...”

  1. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    Good luck with the consultation!

  2. creditcardfree Says:

    That's good news on the copay part!
    Smart lady packing a lunch. Smile

  3. rob62521 Says:

    Yay on the no copays!

    Sorry you are so tired. Hope you get some rest. Smart move to pack the lunch ahead.

  4. CB in the City Says:

    Rest up! It will get better.

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