What Moving to Brooklyn Cost Me

WE NO LONGER LIVE IN OUR PARENTS’ BASEMENTS.

 

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my empty room on move out day… it was sad.

 

On April 6th, 2019, we moved into our Brooklyn apartment. This wasn’t a decision we made lightly, it took us a few months of planning. 

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Year in Review: 2018 Expenses

2018 was the year I took my money goals seriously – they shifted a bit but it in they end I made huge financial strides.

It was the first full year of tracking my expenses – something I started in mid-2017 – so it’ll provide major insights for every year moving forward.

This year I spent $16,361.93, funded my emergency fund with $10,000, and paid $11,017.18 towards my student loans.

Below is a breakdown of how much I spent for every category.

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