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It’s ironic that I’m writing about tending a garden because I haven’t done any gardening for several years. I don’t mean a literal garden. I’m talking about tending your business.
It should come as no shock that I’m not the greatest with finances, although I strive daily to improve my status.
Lately, I’ve been looking at how to reduce existing bills. I’ve put my gas bill on level billing. For some reason it wasn’t. I got a discount on my cell phone bill just for working where I work.
I did some digging and made some real strides with my car insurance. I’m enrolled in a program called Snapshot for good drivers who don’t log a lot of miles daily. I’m also going to take a defensive driving class to reduce my rate further.
Encouraged by these cuts, I’m looking for other ways to save painlessly.
I’m trying to tend my garden. I can’t wait to reap what I’m sowing. via Daily Prompt: Tend
I hate to live life in a state of waiting for anything, but that’s where I find myself. I have so much to do, but I need my tax refund to do any of it.
It will come any day now. I will pay bills, go to the cardiologist (routine) and get Barry his rabies shot and checkup. After all that’s done, I hope to save some for a rainy day.
I hope my hours at work will pick up soon so I won’t have to live on it. I’m determined to make the best use of this annual windfall possible.
What do you have planned?