Thursday 24 September 2020

It Felt Good To Get Back At It

So, Tuesday was payday, and that is always a fun day for me. If it isn’t, you need to rethink and re-examine your finances.

Anyways, this past payday was the first payday in months that I was able to put most of my paycheque into my TFSA.

I have to tell you, that felt good. It felt good to getting back to building up my Long Term Savings Account (of which the TFSA is a part).

My Main Account is fully funded. My Mid-Term Account is fully-funded. Now I am working on building up my TFSA until it is fully-funded (late next year, possibly early 2022).

The point is that I am back on track with regards to my savings and that feels good. I have my usual accounts where they are supposed to be, so that means all extra cash goes into my Long Term Account.

I refer to any and all long term savings vehicles as my “Long Term Savings Account” even though it is actually (or will be) multiple savings/investment accounts.

I even squeaked out fifty bucks to buy a book and resume my modest adding to The Archives as well.

All in all, things are back on track and that feels good.

Yet this is 2020, so anything can and will happen . . . which is why it is more important than ever to have my accounts fully-funded.

As always: Keep your head up, your attitude positive, and keep moving forward!

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