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Not Much to Report

August 12th, 2016 at 11:55 am

Thanks guys for all the encouragement about my burnout!

I just never seem to find time to be able to do the things I want to do or need to do, like clean the house and spend time with my animals. Working gets overwhelming and I feel like I will never be able to get caught up on everything else.

Financial things have been at a stand still. :/ No progress in a month. But it's okay because we didn't lose progress either. Just had to cash flow a lot of expenses like the last of the vet bills, the vacation, another bridal dress, etc. I know it happens. We've got that all weeded through now, so I'm hoping that means we can start moving forward on the big goals.

I'm still torn between if I should finish the Roth first or if I should pay down the LOC. I may just do a little of both. I had planned on doing the Roth first just to make sure it is finished by tax season since we get the savers credit. But that LOC is really starting to bug me and I want it gone.

1 Responses to “Not Much to Report”

  1. Jenn Says:

    I know what you mean about the debt vs savings focus. I have tended to prioritize tax-advantaged savings because I know I can't make it up another year since there's a maximum contribution each year. As a result, my retirement contributions are on track but I'm not paying extra on the mortgage right now and it bothers me. Most advisors don't suggest my approach.

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