I guess it is the little things that add up. So far this week I've received or done the following:
- whopping $1.08 dividend check received on 4 shares of stock I still somehow have from a company I worked for long ago. I usually just deposit into checking and it disappears. I will put into savings for a very teeny snowflake. I should just see how much those 4 shares are worth and figure out how to get rid of them. I don't even think I have the actual shares paperwork, it's been so long ago.
- Free lunches at work Monday and Tuesday so I didn't need to spend anything on my sack lunch. Brought home some leftovers from Monday's lunch, which is Dd's favorite (chicken pesto penne) and she had for dinner last night, I was still full from the big lunch so just had a small snack later in the evening and Dh, of course, had to have Wendy's (no frugal bone in his body).
- Saved the leftovers from Monday's dinner and had for lunch today.
- Received a $5 Amazon giftcard from Swagbucks.
- mailed the 2 vehicle tab registrations, that are due, in early enough so that I didn't have to go into the local licensing office and pay the extra $5 (per car) processing fee. (side note: it's nice to finally have the funds available to pay early!)
- $10.10 check from Ebates from 2 Christmas present purchases. Will deposit into savings, instead of checking