Friday, February 12, 2016

Tax Return and wish lists


I must say I was pleasantly shocked when we filed our taxes this year. We knew we would have a few more deductions, having Eli and daycare write-offs, but part of me thought we were going to owe money because they didn't withhold any money from my disability checks...

But apparently that's not taxable income...

We thought it was so we had set aside $900 from these checks to cover the amount that would have normally been deducted from my paychecks for taxes just in case... but now that's ours to spend... and despite earning more money then we ever have as a married couple (even with the 6 weeks my husband didn't get paid), our tax rate for 2015 was only 6.68%.

So we ended up getting back $2,432.00 from the feds and $860.00 back from the state... we have that $900 we had saved but didn't need to give to the fed AND we still have $750.00 sitting around from last years profit share check.

In short, our "slush fund" is looking really good right now.

We have been really good about putting off a few large purchases, and now that we have a sizable amount of discretionary money available, its time to tackle a few...

So we made a list.

My husband has been wanting to replace our computer monitors for some time now, and he normally gets to pick one thing computer related to upgrade each year (we normally use profit share money to pay for this), and since we are getting a new profit share check next month, we went ahead and ordered 2 new computer monitors (this years "want") and a few things we needed (a mouse, hard drive and router) and spent $726.68.

We also wanted to purchase an outside storage container for the patio to free up some space in our patio storage shed so you can actually walk in there and get things off the shelves without climbing over some water containers... a dry vac... and the spare high chair, lol.

So we dropped $296.79 at home depot for it, plus some tie downs to strap it to the roof of our Camry, and some supplies to mount the new computer monitors.

All in all, we dropped a little over $1,000 in a day -- something I don't think we have done for anything other than a large car repair since we've been married-- and it was a weird experience.

Hubs was really shocked that I didn't blink about spending $700 on computer parts (truthfully when he told me everything he was getting for the $700 I was like, "that's a good deal," because I thought he would spend that alone for just 2 computer monitors since he's been talking them up as a big purchase for a year and a half, lol).

Before you all fret that we have abandoned our frugal nature, don't worry. We aren't going to spend it all. In fact, we're going to wait until next month's profit share check comes in before we tackle some of the other items on the to-do list so we can prioritize them based on funds available while also keeping a healthy slush fund in check for the rest of the year.

Here's the rest of our current list:
  • Getting a will and arrangements made in writing for Eli if we snuff it.
    • We already picked someone to care for him and discussed it so now we just need to get it in writing and make a will.  
  • Both going to the dentist and getting any dental work completed.
    • Hubs needs dental work and we kind of forgot all about it after that horrible dental nightmare we went through.
  • A new mattress for our bed (I'm pretty sure its almost 12 years old now, but there are definitely "people" indentations now. 
  • A new couch.
    • The cheap Costco one we purchased is completely worn out and the cushions have no support anymore because it wasn't built with much support because of the storage under it and the "pop" out piece that makes it into an uncomfortable bed). 
    • We are going to wait until I'm done pumping to get a couch because the one we liked at living spaces needs our entire wall and I have a small table i'm using to put my pump on right now to keep Eli from pulling the cables out.
  • New Phone for me. We got Hubs a new one already this year but I would like to get a new phone and see if I can get on a track phone account because my Verizon pre-paid is 3+ years old and starting to have problems keeping up with newer software requirements.
  • Fixing the trunk lifts in SCB's car so they open better and stay up without a stick wedged into the side... and he would like a new stereo and speakers for the car. (We'll do these both when i'm done pumping so he can do it on a Sunday afternoon).
  • Finally, hubs really wants a spiffy tool chest with drawers. 

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

January Spending

Someone ate his first real entire meal last night. I got a great deal on a pork pot roast and little man ate shredded pork, carrots and potatoes for dinner! That was the first dinner where nothing was mashed and pureed and I didn't spoon feed him -- he ate everything himself!!!

Gotta love milestones :) Little dude is basically 10 months old now (minus a day or two).

As for spending, we went WAY over on groceries, but everything else was pretty much in line with what we wanted to do. With Little dude eating a TON of real food, I'm starting to notice how fast the produce is disappearing each week. Right now we are also buying some convenience items which generally cost more, but save us a little time and we will continue doing that until I'm done pumping since its saves me so much prep time. We may have to fiddle around with the numbers in another month or so to see what's really going on, but I've only got 2 months left to pump so well look to tweak our grocery fund after April. January was also a stock up month for us since we had depleted a lot of our freezer basics too. Either way, I'm super proud of the fact that we hardly ate out and hit the drive through in January. We maybe did take out or the drive thru only once each week, and for that alone i'm okay with us going over on the grocery budget.

January 2016 Spending:

Groceries: $467.26
Gasoline: $196.53
Eating Out: $72.41
Clothes: (me) $41.80
Gifts: $122.96 (V-day & Baby Shower)
Baby: $148.49
Tithe: $637.00
Daycare: $800.00
Doctors Visits/Prescriptions: $25.00
Internet: $52.99
HOA: $325.00
Mortgage: $1,068.28
Cell Phones: $198.24
Electricity: $64.73
Other: $171.6

  • step stool $10.25 
  • 2 charge cables $11.24 
  • legos, cookies $14.59 
  • Super Cuts $28.00 
  • Turbo Tax $71.98 
  • Super Cuts $22.00 
  • Batteries $13.00 



Monday, January 18, 2016

2016 Basic Budget

While I have all the hard and real spending numbers for 2015 saved, I really don't have the time to re-calculate the annual numbers right now to find our total spent for 2015... so we're just going to keep tracking with 2016 and hope I eventually get some time to sort through the last few months expenditures... eventually.

I did have some time to make some new spreadsheets to make tracking our expenses for this year easier on me. We also have begun moving to using a single credit account so it will take me less time each month to comb through our expenditures. Once Costco switches from AMX, we'll only have one actually credit card/rewards card and just our debit accounts and the various savings accounts we use at Capital One 360, so I'll cancel our other remaining card... the one I never got around to changing my name on, lol. 

It also looks like we'll be getting back into saving in our Roth IRA again! We ran the numbers and since we were really good with chucking money at our mortgage in 2015, if we send an extra $307 a month to the mortgage over the next 4 ish years, we will have our estimated $150,000 down payment ready so we can move when little dude is 5! This means we can get back in the habit of saving part of our "extra" paychecks, profit share money and any tax returns towards maxing out a Roth IRA and/or bumping up my husbands Roth 401k at work. 

2016 Basic Budget

Spending:
  • Mortgage: $792.01 (includes property taxes) +$307.89
  • HOA: $325.00
  • Tithe/Church Giving: $626.00
  • Groceries/Household Items: $339.28
  • Pocket Money: $35.00 each (includes Netflix)
  • Cell Phones: $75.00
  • Daycare: $800.00 (4 days a week / $200)
  • Baby: $113.00
  • Gasoline/Auto: $250.00
  • Eating Out: $100.00
  • Discretionary: $100

Savings:
  • Replenish Savings: $100 (Doctors Visits, Roxy, Vacations)
  • Insurance Savings: $155 (2 Cars, earthquake and homeowners)
  • Auto Repairs: $100
  • Car Registration Savings: $25 (2 car reg fees and Smog checks)
  • Birthday and Gifts Savings: $50.00
  • Christmas Savings: $50.00
  • Clothing Replacement: $50.00
That leaves is with $69.95 allocated + any overtime my husband gets. Despite the fact that we are paying down our mortgage and cash flowing daycare each month, hubs feels like we are living paycheck to paycheck because there are limits and guidelines to how we spend our income... especially since we are still paying down the mortgage.

He's grateful for my budgeting skills and for our monthly budget meetings, but he's feeling pinched, so in an effort to stay a united front, I'm not going to allocate the extra $69.95 we have coming in each month. I have a funny feeling it will go towards purchasing some WANTS. The overtime we're going to funnel into beefing up our car repair fund and then some to the Roth and some to the mortgage most likely depending how much it is and what we want to focus on that month.

Monday, January 11, 2016

Welcome 2016

It's crazy to think a few months have gone by without updating the blog, but were still here.

There have been a lot of changes over the past few months...

  • We left our daycare provider, bounced around a few places and found an in home center we like. Little dude has been there since part way through december.
  • We planned a trip to utah for the holidays to visit family, but we cancelled it due to illness.
  • We left kaiser and put the whole family on united at my work so well see how that goes... it was the same coverage as kaiser, but we could do all three of us on united for less than just me and little dude on kaiser.
  • My boss got transfered and i inherited most of her responsibilities and an office, but no title change.... but im much happier and despite the larger workload, i love my job again.
  • Little dude is 9 months old, crawls, pulls up and stands assisted and totally wants to climb over everything. 
  • Im still managing to pump exclusively, andbim counting fown the days untilni can stop. Loosing weight gotbput on hiatus because of supply issues, but come April the workouts are gonna come on strong so I can feel like me again. 
Now cute pictures of little dude.









Monday, October 12, 2015

An entire month without blogging... September Spending

Life is crazy and then you have a kid, lol. Haven't found a spare moment to sit down on the computer in a while between work, the baby and trying to keep the house together.

I can't believe our little dude is 6 months old (I know crazy right????). This little guy decided on Saturday to start saying Mama.... Completely melted my heart...

and then on Sunday he started inching forward... He already rolls around everywhere and can pivot and change directions so he's practically mobile... but he decided he had to get up close and personal with our box fan and started inching forward... SCB flew off the couch so fast as he lunged at it...
(The fan now lives on top of the chest freezer since its too tempting for our little guy)

Work continues to be "interesting" as more changes to the department keep coming down the pipeline. I almost applied for a job at another city. It was a graphics and marking job, but since it was only part time (30 hours a week), the change in benefits would have made it financially unfeasible. The gal was even willing to do a 4 day work week for me and I was sold until I found out about the $1200 out of pocket cost each month for family health insurance....

Speaking of insurance, open enrollment came by and come January we will switch from Kaiser to United....We will miss Kaiser, but for the price of me and Eli on Kaiser, the whole family can have United and it covers everything just like Kaiser did since its a really good plan for my work... plus the pediatrician I had picked out if we went with my husbands insurance last year, will also take United so I don't have to find a Pediatrician for little dude. Were going to squeeze his 9 month visit in, in December before the switch goes through since they don't do any vaccines on that one.

Despite the lack of posts, I did keep track of our spending:

 September 2015 Spending:

  • Tithe: $677.00
  • Housing:
    • Mortgage: $1,367.10
    • HOA: $325.00
    • Insurance: $187.00 + $336.00
  • Internet: $52.99
  • Cell Phones: $45.00
  • Electricity: $136.46
  • Groceries: $303.04
  • Cars:
    • Gasoline: $141.68
    • Car Maint: $38.00
    • Car Registration: $89
    • Carpooling: $5.59
  • Eating Out/date nights: $105.82
  • Clothes:
    • SCB: $37.77
  • Medical
    • Eye Exam: $70:00
    • Vitamins, etc: $40.43
  • Baby: $210.69 (Formula, Cereal, Bottle Nipples, 2 convertible car seats)
  • Daycare: $880.00
  • Gifts:
    • $26.33
  • Pocket Money: $80 ($40 each)
  • OTHER
    • Toilet Bowl wand; bread bags: $20.20
    • Food scale: $12.95
    • 2 video games: $86.38
2015 Spending
  • Tithe: $7,049.00
  • Electricity: $658.02
  • Internet: $444.24
  • Cell Phones: $590.11
  • Housing:
    • Mortgage: $13,020.13
    • HOA: $2,745
    • Insurance: $187.00 + $336.00
  • Groceries: $3,160.65
  • Automobiles:
    • Gasoline: $1189.95
    • Car Repairs: $830.17
    • DMV Renewal: $188.00
    • License Renewal Fees: $66.00
    • Insurance: $681.66
    • Carpooling: $44.70
  • Eating Out: $1,071.64
  • Fun Money: $720.00 ($40 each a month) 
  • Clothes- SCG: $468.44
  • Clothes- SCB: $412.90
  • Doctors/Hospitals/Etc
    • Baby Prep Classes: $100
    • Shot at Walgreens for SCB: $19.70 
    • Food @ Hospital: $57.53
    • Hospital Photos: $44.16
    • Prescriptions + Vitamins: $227.22
    • Dr. Visit: $45.00
    • Hospital Pump Rental: $87.40
    • Hospital Pump Purchase: $350.00
    • Eye Exam: $70.00
  • Baby:
    • $214.43 (6 Nursing bras, Changing pad cover, diapers, wipes, bottles, petroleum jelly, gauze pads, stuffed animal, activity mat, onsies/clothes, bottle supplies.)
    • $180.74 (Bottles, bottle supplies, nursing bras, bulk wipes, clothes, etc)
    • $118.00 (Diapers, Formula, Swaddles, etc). 
    • $221.13 (Stock up for the daycare house too. Diapers, wipes, formula, burb clothes, storage box, additional cheap $1 bottles from Walmart, milk storage bags, pump membranes, binkies, etc.)
    • $210.69 (Formula, Cereal, Bottle Nipples, 2 convertible car seats)
    • Daycare: $1,430.00
  • Roxy:
    • Flea/Heart-worm meds: $258.92
    • Shots: $18.00
    • New Leash $23.10 + $14.44
    • Kibble and treats: $39.86
    • License: $27.00
    • Grooming: $14.50
  • Valentines Day: $116.66
  • Easter: $89.73
  • Gifts:
    • Squeeze Present: $50.36
    • Push Present: $113.95
    • Flower "Thank yous" for baby shower  $16.17
    • Birthdays: $226.95 
    • Father's Day: $40
    • Baby Shower: $81.50 
    • Anniversary: $63.28
    • Aunt Nancy: $26.33
  • Other:
    • House Items
      • New Keys for house, mailboxes and cars... plus key chains: $19.96
      • Office Organizing (File organizer, receipt holder, binder clips, pens, desk drawer containers): $25.05
      • Bar Soap, Batteries, Hygiene items, bed cover, toy hammock, silicone tray: $62.90
      • Wire hooks, Silicon muffin and ice cube trays: $25.63
      • Walmart odds and ends: $161.72
      • Kitchen Items (Silicone baking cups, spreaders, muffin pan, ice cube trays).$55.38
      • Pens/Spatula: $3.08
      • Organizer bins: $36.57
      • Home Depot (Fix changing table): $23.41
      • Church Cannery: $62.50
      • Corner Shelves for Eli's Room $13.55
      • Safety Pins: $2.47
      • Bankers Boxes: $18.23
      • Salt & Pepper Shaker Set: $5.00
      • Toilet Bowl wand; bread bags: $20.20
      • Food scale: $12.95
    • Computers/Tech/Video Games
      •  Light Switch: $27.71
      • Video Games: $52.60 
      • 2 video games: $86.38
      • Additional lights for the computer desk $118.96
      • Epic computer case of all computer cases. $204.24
      • New office chair, Camera and memory card, thermometer, and canned air. $287.16
      • WiiU Controler cable: $25.92
      • Radio Shack (parts to convert swing to wall power) $49.11
    • Fitness
      • Fit Bit Covers and WiiU fit meter: $32.74
      •  Dietbet: $115.77
    • Vending Machines and soda during baby classes: $17.32
    • Soda Overages: $40.03
    • Tax Prep $61.98
    • CED lights for my moms house: $10.40
    • Car charger for pump, pony toy, and lego bag: $25.88
    • Toys for my husband; Lego sets, ponies, etc. $98.84
    • Road Runner store membership -- $24.99
    • Hospital Prep Items. $167.01
    • Hair Cuts $66.00
    • DVD: $8.62
    • Photo Shoot Pictures: $150.00
    • Movie Tickets: $18.35
    • Shutterfly: $199.88
    • Canvas Pictures: $209.47
    • Screws: $4.52
    • Toilet Parts: $20.36
    • Light Switch Plate: $3.97
    • Slow Cooker: $43.19
    • Computer Paper + Book: $ 6.21
    • Amazon: $29.41
    • 1 Up Box Renewal: $60.23
    • Costco Renewal: $55.00
    • Bridesmaid Dress: $129.55

Friday, September 4, 2015

September Budget

We might bite the bullet and get Eli a new car seat this month... He was already 26 inches at his last doctors appointment and his pediatrician thinks he **may** make it to 6 months in his infant seat, but its a stretch if he keeps up his growing patterns. Since he won't weigh enough for a booster model, we have to buy a converter so I'm really glad we didn't spend anything on his infant car seat (a hand me down from friends so all were out is the base that we picked up with gift cards from the baby shower)

Since we have an older model car seat at my mom's house (another freebie from friends) we will either trade that one in for a discount this month at Babies R Us, or buy one offline from Kohls with a 15% coupon if they let us since we'll get some kohl's cash out of the deal that we can use for some new pants for me (all that fits are yoga pants since I had to stop trying to loose weight-- my milk supply was suffering)... so that may happen this month with the profit share check (I'm so glad we keep that for one time expenditures throughout the year!)

Then we can sell the infant car seat and bases and stroller (its too bulky to carry up and down our front stairs to use so we plan to just get a smaller collapsible one) on-line to hopefully re-coup the cost of the converter (which will work for an infant if we have another baby), because we hope to get 2 of them since we both pick and drop Eli off at the "nanny's" house.
  
September Budget: 

Regular Spending:
  • Mortgage (P&I, Property taxes)    $792.01
    • Extra Principle: $69.00
    • Last Months Leftovers: $367.29
    • Last Months Overtime: $73.97 + $64.83
  • Giving     $600
  • Fast Offering     $20.00 
  • Groceries: $315.64
  • Eating Out: $100.00  
  • Pocket Money for the month-     $80.00 ($40 each) 
  • Cell phones: $75.00  
  • HOA     $325.00 
  • Utility Bills      $150.00 
  • Gasoline/Auto     $250.00  
  • Discretionary Spending     $100.00
  • Diapers and wipes: $118
  • Daycare: $880.00
Regular Savings:
  • Roxy Fund     $50.00 (Goal $1,000)
  • Prescriptions & Doctors visits     $50.00 
    • Should hit $1k this month. Extra diverted to Roxy Fund to hit $1k goal.
  • Birthday savings     $50.00 
  • Insurance     $155.00
  • Christmas savings     $50.00 
  • Vacation Savings     $100.00 (Goal $1,500)
  • Car Emergency Fund     $100.00 
  • Car Registration Fund     $25.00 
  • Clothes: $50.00

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

August Spending

I'm proud of our August budget. We only spent $50 on eating out and only had a small number of items in our "other" category! We had to spend a ton on Eli this month because we needed to stock the daycare house with formula, wipes, and other items for his stay on top of re-stocking our home up. (We weren't going to pass up a $20 gift card for buying $50 worth of diapers) so we expect to spend less in September for sure since we probably won't need diapers this month. Since we seem to have a cheap month and then an expensive baby month, I think we will roll over any unused baby funds to the next month so we can take advantage of sweet deals like the diaper one without having to cut other expenses down.


Our eating our was so low because we have one "date" and it wasn't a date at that. I picked up Inn-in out on the way home from work. The rest was SCB getting fast food on Saturdays when he watched Eli and ran errands when I work. September should be higher since my mom will finally watch him for a few hours at our place on labor day so we can have a break. We used to get a break once a month when my sister would come and pick him up for a few hours, but then she showed up drunk at my home randomly after getting in a fight with my mom one night and I had to sober her up while she called me names and tried to hold my son....  so we haven't let her watch him since at her place which means we haven't had any alone time in 2 months. I kind of had to beg my mom but she agreed to watch him for a few hours and we are looking forward to it immensely  

 
August 2015 Spending:

  • Tithe: $650
  • Housing:
    • Mortgage: $2,515.18
    • HOA: $325.00
  • Internet: $52.99
  • Cell Phones: $45.00
  • Electricity: $121.73
  • Groceries: $319.05
  • Cars:
    • Gasoline: $163.36
    • Car repairs: $305.75
    • Carpooling: $14.92
  • Eating Out/date nights: $50.55
  • Clothes: (trying to only by necessities)
    • SCG: $67.76 (undergarments that fit...)
    • $30.62 (Undergarments)
  • Medical
    • Medela Symphony Pump: $350.00
    • Vitamins: $12.25
  • Baby: $221.13 (Had to stock up for the daycare house too. Diapers, wipes, formula, burb clothes, storage box, additional cheap $1 bottles from Walmart, milk storage bags, pump membranes, binkies, etc.)
  • Daycare: $550.00
  • Gifts:
    • Baby Shower: $40.00
  • Pocket Money: $80 ($40 each)
  • OTHER
    • Safety Pins: $2.47
    • Bankers Boxes: $18.23
    • Salt & Pepper Shaker Set: $5.00
    • Soda: $7.12
    • Costco Renewal: $55.00
    • Bridesmaid Dress: $129.55

2015 Spending
  • Tithe: $6,372.00
  • Electricity: $521.56
  • Internet: $391.25
  • Cell Phones: $545.11
  • Housing:
    • Mortgage: $11,653.13
    • HOA: $2,420.00
  • Groceries: $2,857.61
  • Automobiles:
    • Gasoline: $1,048.27
    • Car Repairs: $792.17
    • DMV Renewal: $99.00 
    • License Renewal Fees: $66.00
    • Insurance: $681.66
    • Carpooling: $39.11
  • Eating Out: $965.82
  • Fun Money: $640.00 ($40 each a month) 
  • Clothes- SCG: $468.44
  • Clothes- SCB: $375.13
  • Doctors/Hospitals/Etc
    • Baby Prep Classes: $100
    • Shot at Walgreens for SCB: $19.70 
    • Food @ Hospital: $57.53
    • Hospital Photos: $44.16
    • Prescriptions + Vitamins: $186.79
    • Dr. Visit: $45.00
    • Hospital Pump Rental: $87.40
    • Hospital Pump Purchase: $350.00
  • Baby:
    • $214.43 (6 Nursing bras, Changing pad cover, diapers, wipes, bottles, petroleum jelly, gauze pads, stuffed animal, activity mat, onsies/clothes, bottle supplies.)
    • $180.74 (Bottles, bottle supplies, nursing bras, bulk wipes, clothes, etc)
    • $118.00 (Diapers, Formula, Swaddles, etc). 
    • $221.13 (Stock up for the daycare house too. Diapers, wipes, formula, burb clothes, storage box, additional cheap $1 bottles from Walmart, milk storage bags, pump membranes, binkies, etc.)
    • Daycare: $550.00
  • Roxy:
    • Flea/Heart-worm meds: $258.92
    • Shots: $18.00
    • New Leash $23.10 + $14.44
    • Kibble and treats: $39.86
    • License: $27.00
    • Grooming: $14.50
  • Valentines Day: $116.66
  • Easter: $89.73
  • Gifts:
    • Squeeze Present: $50.36
    • Push Present: $113.95
    • Flower "Thank yous" for baby shower  $16.17
    • Birthdays: $226.95 
    • Father's Day: $40
    • Baby Shower: $81.50 
    • Anniversary: $63.28
  • Other:
    • House Items
      • New Keys for house, mailboxes and cars... plus key chains: $19.96
      • Office Organizing (File organizer, receipt holder, binder clips, pens, desk drawer containers): $25.05
      • Bar Soap, Batteries, Hygiene items, bed cover, toy hammock, silicone tray: $62.90
      • Wire hooks, Silicon muffin and ice cube trays: $25.63
      • Walmart odds and ends: $161.72
      • Kitchen Items (Silicone baking cups, spreaders, muffin pan, ice cube trays).$55.38
      • Pens/Spatula: $3.08
      • Organizer bins: $36.57
      • Home Depot (Fix changing table): $23.41
      • Church Cannery: $62.50
      • Corner Shelves for Eli's Room $13.55
      • Safety Pins: $2.47
      • Bankers Boxes: $18.23
      • Salt & Pepper Shaker Set: $5.00
    • Computers/Tech/Video Games
      •  Light Switch: $27.71
      • Video Games: $52.60
      • Additional lights for the computer desk $118.96
      • Epic computer case of all computer cases. $204.24
      • New office chair, Camera and memory card, thermometer, and canned air. $287.16
      • WiiU Controler cable: $25.92
      • Radio Shack (parts to convert swing to wall power) $49.11
    • Fitness
      • Fit Bit Covers and WiiU fit meter: $32.74
      •  Dietbet: $115.77
    • Vending Machines and soda during baby classes: $17.32
    • Soda Overages: $40.03
    • Tax Prep $61.98
    • CED lights for my moms house: $10.40
    • Car charger for pump, pony toy, and lego bag: $25.88
    • Toys for my husband; Lego sets, ponies, etc. $98.84
    • Road Runner store membership -- $24.99
    • Hospital Prep Items. $167.01
    • Hair Cuts $66.00
    • DVD: $8.62
    • Photo Shoot Pictures: $150.00
    • Movie Tickets: $18.35
    • Shutterfly: $199.88
    • Canvas Pictures: $209.47
    • Screws: $4.52
    • Toilet Parts: $20.36
    • Light Switch Plate: $3.97
    • Slow Cooker: $43.19
    • Computer Paper + Book: $ 6.21
    • Amazon: $29.41
    • 1 Up Box Renewal: $60.23
    • Costco Renewal: $55.00
    • Bridesmaid Dress: $129.55