Yep, I hit the wall

Righto! Im back.

It was a crazy June and I hit a wall a bit emotionally and kind of lost my grasp on tracking my debt / spend as thoroughly as I normally would. I hit a wall for a few reasons – one was pure exhaustion with work, travelling stupid hours to get to work, training for a marathon and some other things thrown into the mix.

So I think it has been about 6 weeks since my last update? Anyways, I will be posting my normal weekly summary on Sunday. Surprisingly, I haven’t fallen tooooo far off the debt wagon in terms of where I had expected to be at this time.

 Keep an eye out for Sunday stats

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4 thoughts on “Yep, I hit the wall

  1. Glad to see you back!

  2. Steve says:

    Looking forward to following your journey to zero debt!

  3. Carly says:

    June was awful for me, as well! Happy that it didn’t throw you off too much! 🙂

  4. Heeeey, it’s good to have you back! Will keep an eye out for your Sunday post! xo

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