Financial Tracking for the Week of December 29, 2019

Welp.
At this rate, I’m ready to throw in the towel.
Yesterday afternoon, I got into a car accident.
Thankfully, I am okay. The other driver is okay. And I am not at fault.

However, as many of you guys know, I drive for Lyft to make ends meet.
My paycheck barely covers rent alone so I heavily rely on Lyft to pay my bills and anything else that I might need.

Right now, I have $200 in my account.

This coming week is the hard week with my rent being due.
I guess there’s no point in delaying.. let’s see how things will look for me financially..

Weekly Budget

Monday 30th:

Xcel bill: $154 ( because it did not process over the weekend)

AmerAssist: $150 (because it did not process over the weekend)

SmartCredit: $100

Wednesday January 1st:

Comcast: $100

YouTube: $8

Friday 3rd:

Rent: $1200

How much I need this week:

What I have in my account:
$200

Cash:
$69 (That I am going to reserve for gas and groceries)

Credit Card #1: $20

Credit Card #2: $15

(also reserving for gas and groceries)

Food Stamp: renewed balance of $20 on the 1st of January

I set up a GoFundMe page to try and get help to hold me over for the month and so far, the balance on there is $30

What I need to get by (excluding rent and gofundme):

$312

I excluded rent because I think that as long as I have $100 in there, it will still process.
It just means not having enough money for my bills and loan payments on the 10th when I get paid because I’m only getting paid for 88 hours…

Not sure how this is going to pan out…

Here to riding life on the seat of our pants.
Cheers!

 

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