I remembered something Judy said not too long ago about charity, and she always has a point. Even though I wanted to report how every penny of my non-bill money is spent, I won't be reporting any amounts for charity, since (as they say) that's between me and my God. But since it's a goal of mine to help 13 causes, I'm happy to report I've taken the first step and contributed to one yesterday.
This year has thus far been rather unkind to me, so I'll turn the other cheek and be nice to others. I think that instead of reporting in the future, I'll just follow a rather strange goal-tracking bar to the right (below my EF funds), from 0 to 13. Once the goal has been met, it will just be removed and marked as complete in my Goals tab.
"It is the greatest of all mistakes to do nothing because you can only do little."
While looking at the topic though, that quote came up... and it is so true. Especially with the whole debt situation, or life in general. Sure, it may be just $20. Sure, it may just be a 4% reduction in premiums. Sure, it may only be a snowflake in the form of pennies. But it is something. Likewise, it may just be parking at the back instead of next to the entrance. It may just be taking the stairs up. It may just be packing your lunch twice a week. It may be just a 2min call to say hi. Every little counts. Let's make it count!
Hope everyone has a great weekend. I'll go back to my scheduled nonsense on Monday.