WHAT I BOUGHT IN EUROPE
Is there anything cooler than finding stuff you’d never find in your own home country, let alone continent?
Okay perhaps saving money is a better option but .. these are wearable souvenirs, folks! I’ll actually use them
P.S. I remembered it. The store is “Trucco”
And that’s all I bought in Europe, other than gifts.
I went pretty easy on the shopping I’d say. I still have 350 EUR left for my upcoming travels.
GOING TO PARIS & LONDON
BF and I are throwing around the idea of going to Paris and London later on this year before moving to Texas.
After we get to Texas, I already know what I want to go to New York, Las Vegas and San Francisco, so that’s a must
I really want to see these places in another season, and I want to have a better experience of Paris this time around and to LOVE the city.
Okay, maybe just like it.
I want to see a less tourist-y side of these cities and not have to worry about more oak leaf mites to cover my face in red chickenpox bites while walking down the streets of Paris.
INCOME = $0
- No blog income included (I usually donate it, so what’s the point?)
- No actual income from my job nor any side income from writing articles
- Not working for the rest of 2011; I am on perma-vacation
EXPENSES = $2493.47
What is not included above are the costs for the flights and the hotels because they were pre-paid in July.
Everything else, including food, museums and whatever else is in there as my expenses for the month.
I think September will be more expensive, because my sister is coming for the whole weekend and I am meeting with as many people as I possibly can before leaving Canada.
NET WORTH = $171,806.73 which is a decrease of 1.2% from last month or -($2089.15)
- Cash = $739.32
- Retirement = $43,369.88
- Savings = $3697.53
- Emergency Fund = $124,000