Day 5

Today is my moms 60th birthday!! Damn… She really doesn’t look the part. At least 20 years younger.

Today is gonna be so much fun!

This has been a little tricky lately. Buying presents for people when you only have a few bucks in your account.

I try to get as resourceful as possible. Either give them something that I find very valuable but is not that expensive. Or find a way to “beat” the system.

Giftcards, discount, great story with the gift and so on. Sometimes I even create a small app as part of the gift ?

Don’t tell anyone but I actually only spend 4 bucks on the souvenirs I got in Panama. But I walked a lot of miles to get them at some amazing local Panamanian ladies stand.

Be creative! I know I can be even more creative and resourceful than now. Its a good skill to learn even when you are already financially free.

This time, for my moms present, I had to use PayPal to my benefit. It was pretty expensive but hey your mom only becomes 60 once.

Announcement mode on! ?

Starting today I’ll add a new little something to the page. The financial book I’m currently reading. I’ll add another page as well with all the financial books I’ve read so far and the ones I still want to read. Feel free to pass along you favorites in the comments! Full disclosure: all the book links are affiliate links so if you buy one of those books using the link I will get a percentage. You will pay the same amount but Amazon will get a little less.

Lets crunch the numbers!

The balance for today on day 5:

Expected expenses today:
Around 10 for grocery shopping

Expenses yesterday:
€ 8,80 for some food at the grocery shop
€ 0,00

Expected income today:
Nothing it’s the weekend

Income yesterday:
€ 0,00

€ 11,35 – € 8,80 = € 2,55

Current balance personal account:
€ 55,83

Current balance business account:
– € 36,22

€ 22,12


– IRS: € 46.745,16
– Business: € 22.016,58
– Personal: € 8.609,99

Total Debt:
€ 77.371,73

Balance day 5:
– € 77.349,57

€ 4.900,00

That’s it for today again. Talk to you guys tomorrow!


Currently reading this financial book:

Bob Proctor – You Were Born Rich

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