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My monthly Savings Rate report: April 2021

April was amazing! From both an income and expenses point of view, I achieved my best result in months. I continue the substantial savings I started in March in large part, thanks to my profit participation.
On the expenses side, my wife and I were finally able to limit our grocery bill a bit. The month changed right on time, though; on the 2nd of May, we are married one year, so that called for a celebration which of course means a higher food bill ;).

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My monthly Savings Rate report: March 2021

March turned out to be a good month for my Savings Rate.  While on the expenses side I spend a lot on the home and ownership part and again on food, I also received a nice extra on the income side thanks to evening deployments for work. I ended up doing a bit of work between 1 am and 3 am.

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My monthly Savings Rate report: February 2021

2021 really kicked into high gear this month. While we didn’t go on holiday due to Corona, we did make rather large expenses for something life-changing. I’m talking about the baby of course.
In February I made two large purchases for her arrival. We bought the stroller and the car seat. Especially the car seat is not something you want to save on. Next to that, there was also the second payment for our new bed. 3 big expenses means a very low Savings Rate. I was really close to my first negative month.

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My monthly Savings Rate report: January 2021

A new year, a new start of my monthly Savings Reports. Will this new start be a better one than last year or will it be barely positive like last year? time to dive into my January expenses and find out!
Unlike last year, we didn’t go on a holiday, so at least that big expense drops. Because of Corona we also didn’t visit family so gifts were limited as well. As for the income side of things, that was very good as well.

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Looking Ahead Into The Unknown

Looking Ahead: 2021 Another Unusual Year To Worry About?

Here we are again, my third look ahead. When I look back at 2020 it shows us humans are terrible at predicting the future. Raise your hands if you foresaw a global pandemic! In 2021we must continue to manage the coronavirus but at least there is light at the end of the tunnel in the form of a vaccine. 

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My monthly Savings Rate report: December 2020

December, the month of Christmas and New Years’. Lots of celebrations meaning some bigger expenses. This wasn’t any different this year even with corona. We just did it on our own and just handed over the gifts outside. We went a little wild with food but my income was higher so it balanced things out a little bit.

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My monthly Savings Rate report: November 2020

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Another calm month. Both in terms of expenses and income. It will make for a rather concise monthly overview.
I am currently on-call again but because week 3 of my on-call is the first week of December, I will only get paid at the off the month so expect to see a bigger salary by the end of the year. For now, it’s my base salary.

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My monthly Savings Rate report: October 2020

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Nothing happened! A strange thing to be excited about, right? Well, after quite some busy months, it’s a nice change of pace I’d say.
Though it’s not really true if I’m honest. I took up three weeks of on-call at work resulting in a nice bump in salary this month. So my statement really only applies to my expenses.

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My monthly Savings Rate report: August 2020

August was a bit more expensive than expected. Mainly because the summer sales got moved to this month. I tried my best not to fall for the tricks they try to apply every year and I think I succeeded very well. But even then, I did buy a few things I needed.
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