5 months down, 5 spreadsheet days. As you probably know by now, I love this time of the month where I get to reflect and track myself to my annual goals.
As I said last month, I’m still figuring out the format for how I want these to be done, so as you’re reading please be on the lookout for any way you feel the layout or presentation of this could be improved! I hope you enjoy!
May 2019 Spending
For a grand total of $2,477. This is 20% above my average. This month was particularly high for me because my girlfriend and I booked our final Air BnB for our trip to Europe in November, as well as a mid trip flight between countries. Also this was the 3rd time I’ve purchase clothing in the last 19 months. Apart from those, nothing really out of the ordinary! Apart from that, fairly bog standard.
Financial KPIs for May:
Investment Contributions: $4,900
Take Home Income: $1,355
Total Cash Flow: -$1,121 (will be positive again in July as my 401k is 2 more paychecks from being maxed out for the year)
Savings Rate: 60%
Net Worth: $78,479 (-$1,104 from last month)
Thoughts: I got a 10% raise at work which is very exciting, but our company stock (even though I don’t own much of it) really took a nosedive this month and delaying me reach the $80k mark.
Fitness KPIs for May:
Total Miles Biked: 771 (had a few races that I wanted to be fresh for so volume dropped as a result)
Total Miles Run: 83 (being enjoying lunch runs at work!)
Total Yards Swam: 0 (not swimming right now focusing on my bike and my run)
Total Hours of Exercise: 58
Bike Miles on Bike Commute Days: 422
Days Biked to Work: 16 (same as last month)
Best Bike Commute Streak: 23 (streak carried over from April, but May 14th was the last day of the streak due to a particularly rainy morning)
Number of Races: 2 (got a 5th in a race with only a podium of 3, and 6th in a race with a podium of 5… so close twice!)
Thoughts: Been feeling strong in races and I can keep up with the lead group but I just haven’t been able to pull it together at the very end
Year to Date Progress Towards Annual Goals:
Savings Rate Goal (50%): YTD Savings Rate of 63%
Bike More Miles than Drive: 1,696 Driven vs. 4,171 Biked
Max 401k: $15,925/$19,000 84% (1 more month until completion)
My full list of annual goals can be found here: https://tritofi.com/2018-recap-and-2019-goals/
Thanks for reading, and I hope you enjoyed! Please let me know how you liked the format and if you’d like to see anything else added in for future monthly wrap-up!