Money

The October Budget Breakdown

September 30, 2015

Welcome back to the budget breakdown here at True Good and Beautiful!

We’ve recently started coordinating another Financial Peace University course and it’s gotten us fired up about budgeting all over again. Nothing like a shot in the arm from Dave Ramsey to get jazzed about the fundamental principles of financial freedom.

That’s what budgeting is, my friends. It’s fundamental to your winning or losing with money.

Your life will hinge on your ability to create and stick to a budget or your lack of ability to do so. Plain and simple. That’s why we DO these budget reminders every month because we want y’all thriving!

With that, let’s dive into October’s budget post.

In these posts we will write-up typical expenses that may get overlooked for the particular month.

So, what expenses might you expect in the month of October:

  • ALL THE FALL THINGS!!!!
    • Pumpkin Spice Lattes
    • Cider
    • Food Festivals
    • Oktoberfest
    • Pumpkin Patch
    • Hayrides
    • Horseback riding
    • Corn Maze
    • Apple Picking
    • Decorating
    • Pumpkin Carving
    • I could go on for days…you get the idea!
  • Halloween/All Saints Day
    • Secular costume
    • Saint costume
    • Candy or other treats
    • Party supplies
    • Decorations
  • Holidays Travel
    • Thanksgiving
    • Christmas
  • Other Fall Activities
    • Football games
    • Baseball games
    • Football parties
    • Fantasy Football fees
  • Christmas (good idea to start saving a few months ahead!)
    • Gifts
    • Decorations
  • Birthdays
  • Conference Fees
    • We’re attending the Dave Ramsey SMART Conference this month!
  • Anniversaries
    • We celebrate 4 years of marriage on October 22nd! 🙂
  • Annual Family Photo Shoot
    • Photography Fees
    • Props
    • Outfits/Accessories
    • Photo printing costs
  • Car Maintenance
    • Transmission Overhaul (blog post comin about that one!)

Again, these are some expenses we’ve found ourselves budgeting for this month, so they might be applicable to you or not. Some of these expenses are best budgeted for as a sinking fund...like car maintenance or Christmas.

Happy budgeting y’all!

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