The third quarter of 2019 is in the books now.
Let's see where some of my small pots of savings look like 3/4 into this year.
These stats are all effective as of September 30th, 2019.
* Rolled coins--$13.50. Two rolls of dimes, a roll of nickels and three rolls of pennies. Rolled coins have taken a big hit since Hubs stopped working for a living. lolz
* Found Change--$39.46 Finding money is the best! Nobody can argue with that, right? 8-))
* Refunds & "Post Coupons"--$145.49 Mostly Weis(PMITA)Markets and Rite-Aid.
* Cash Rebates--
* ShopAtHome--$9.63(I think I need $20 to cash out of this.)
Total.........$521.92 not counting ShopAtHome) to put toward the grocery spending come December.
9 months in and I have more than enough in small finances to cover December's food spending.
And this doesn't count those OSJL gift cards totaling $83.48 I plan to use on future grocery spending, a $15 gift card from doing a P & G Deal at Rite-Aid in March and the discounted Target gift card balance I still have.
Now how cool is that?!?
Three more months to get some more small monies into the pot for 2019.
Next update on the Small Finances coming at the end of December to wrap up the year.
Do you stash non-income money aside to put toward a goal?
Tell us about it and what strategies work for you in savings money!