|Investments seem to have had a boost as a result of the SP500 hitting an all time high. It's volatile and may go back down. I don't plan to tap into them for more than a decade so I'm just along for the ride.
I've increased the estimate for my home's value based on the monthly report the realtor that we worked with to buy the house sends us. The house needs repairs and I'd likely not get that amount. My cash on hand is increasing as a result of anticipated repairs. I'm trying to save up some money to get at least half of the windows done. They're old and drafty, some won't even stay up if opened. Additionally, I've got a leak in the roof by my laundry room and some damage on the fascia/flashing that a squirrel did while trying to burrow in to nest. For the time being, I've filled it with pest-resistant foam insulation.
I had a large shell out back in November to purchase a $5000 subscription for continued education. It's only good for a year and I need to get the training and certifications done. To date, I have not completed any modules. I don't think I can afford another year so I need to make the most of my remaining time.
Payments have been made to clear out the balance on the credit card, they just haven't posted yet. It was some replacement dresser pulls, a remote start for the wife's car, and my health insurance premium that comprises most of that balance. Provided I can resist the urge to purchase more things, it'll be zero (or at least much lower) next month.