The year is really getting going now and it feels like February flew by! The sunny weather was a nice surprise although it’s back to grey and drizzly now. February was also a super busy and fun month – we went to an escape room with some friends which was really fun (and we got a deal on Groupon so it was only £6 per person!), we went on a short break to Rome which was amazing (more details in my next post) and we saw Les Miserables at the theatre which was brilliant.
Other less fun expenses were a car service which gave light to some repairs and a total cost of £477 and I made an extra £500 payment off my car loan.
Although it was a bit of a spendy month, we had saved a good deal in our joint account which we used for a lot of the costs so there was no negative impact on my net worth. Assets have increased to £414k with liabilities reducing to £165k and so my net worth has improved by a tiny 1.3% to £249k – a whisker away from the quarter million mark!
Marathon training took a dip in February with a trip away and a bad cold holding me back. In February, I completed only managed 9 training runs (12 in January) and a total of 27 miles (more than 50 miles in January) with an average pace of 13:34 minutes per mile (13:12 minutes per mile in January) – I’m getting slower but there were a few longer runs and a few shorter ones that I struggled with because of my cold. I’ve stayed the same weight overall after a few ups and downs but I’m ok with that given that there was a very foodie holiday in the middle of the month!
How was your February? Let me know in the comments!
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Yup, February always zips by fast doesn’t it!
It’s weird how those landmark numbers get under our skin isn’t ti? I can completely see the appeal in wanting to hit the quarter of a million mark in net worth. It feels like a new floor that you’ll kick off from again. I don’t track my net worth but I have rules of thumb in my head around accessible (i.e. not home and not pension) assets that I push towards.
Hope March goes just as well for you (and that marathon training is more pleasant in the warmer weather!)