Did my taxes a while back online, very painless, and got my refund within a week direct deposited. Set it aside for an "emergency fund" which I've depleted last year when I was out of work for surgery and the expenses of surgery. At my current rate of savings, I'll have three months expenses saved up by July 2020. You think I can go without any emergency expenses between now and then?
I've said before, and I might regret it, but I could save more, retire earlier by not doing some of the things I do now like travel, go to shows or restaurants, etc. But I don't want to live like that. I could retire and have a stroke and lie in a nursing home regretting that I never got to see the islands of Greece or never got to see Neil Diamond. That's my rationale in my head for being a spendthrift that's broke. I can hear Suze Orman screaming "A vacation in Greece? Are you crazy?? YOU CAN'T AFFORD IT!"
Norah Jones put on a good show. She had a rich and beautiful voice. Enjoyed it a lot.
Not much on the agenda today but some chores and going to the gym.