My bank is not as good as I thought

My bank is not as good as I thought, with all the Egg, Capital, Nationwide payments, rent etc, I will be left at -1075, that includes £200 withdrawal in Brussels. Still better than it has been for a long time. And next month should be greater still if I continue my stripper ban, and no travels in November either (unless Brussels is really really good this time hahaha). Still the stripper ban has given me the first financial hope for a long time. I will treat myself to one day at —– and —– before Christmas, that is it.
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What an amazing experience with Adelina in Manhattan and with Lucy in 5th and with Amanda in WSK

What an amazing experience with Adelina in Manhattan, and with Lucy in 5th, and with Amanda in WSK, and with Manuela in Burggasse Peep. And of course THIS is why I travel. And why I always will. But amazing new revenue source I have discovered, I can have an extra £410 a month for reducing my credit card debts, or for travelling, by NOT going to strip clubs anymore! It is a Eureka moment. I mean obvious, but I had to come to a point where I was capable of stopping. Like it was obvious I had to stop drinking coke, but I had to come to a point where I was capable of stopping.

Feeling so sexually hungry these days. But it is fed now and nourished by the streams of new found financial confidence

Feeling so sexually hungry these days. But it is fed now and nourished by the streams of new found financial confidence, now I have found an amazing new source of money — stop going to strippers! I’ve always looked at my debts and seen no way out of them, as I have no possibility of any extra income. But magically by giving up strippers that is £410 a month I can use towards lowering my credit card debt BEYOND minimum payments; or bolstering my bank account so I am permanently above zero. That is an extra £4,920 a year I have just found for myself. Basically in just 4 years I could be back to zero on my cards! Of course I will not last that long. But even till Xmas will make a HUGE difference to my financial situation, give me a breathing space. Instead of £301 in my bank as I am now I would be £1,301. This is making me really excited to travel, when before I was dreading it and crying over more spent money I cannot afford.

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Giving up strippers means I can keep travelling

Giving up strippers means I can keep travelling. The incredible thing is giving up strippers (and reduction of credit card debt accordingly) almost allows me to have my own flat AND keep travelling. That is how much no more strip clubs would save me. Yes, my life is to be lived in permanent condition of travel; to be held always in suspension like piece of silt in a river. To Vienna, to Brussels, always.

I had double cum handjob with Manuela to start the year then ended the year with fantastic —-s with Jackie in WSK, Adelina in Manhattan and Lucy in Fifth Avenue

I had double cum handjob with Manuela to start the year, then ended the year with fantastic —-s with Jackie in WSK, Adelina in Manhattan and Lucy in Fifth Avenue. Now I stand on brink of a new great paradigm shift in my life—if I can give up strippers, even if only for 3 months! I SHOULD be rich. I SHOULD be able to afford a flat of my own no problem, I cannot because of my ever growing credit card debt and it is growing not because of travelling, but because I am wasting £410 a month at the ——–.

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In January to September alone I have spent £2,242 on strippers and that does not include all the beer I consume while doing it

In January to September alone I have spent £2,242 on strippers, and that does not include all the beer I consume while doing it, all the drinks I bought for them & bar staff. STOPPING going to strip pubs for rest of year will make a massive difference. That is the turning point. THAT is only thing that will bring my credit card debt down, bring my credit card minimum payments down. Just think that £2,242 I had not spent on strippers I could have spent in Vienna and Brussels! Much better use of the money. That £234 I spent in —– last week alone could have gone on paying off my cards, and been used as spending money in Brussels and Vienna. That is the incentive. I am doing well, in August I reduced my credit card debt by £74 and in September by a further £240. Without —— I can be reducing it by almost £500 a MONTH. That is reducing my credit card debt by a THOUSAND POUNDS every two months, potentially. The prize is there, and it is attainable. The low lying fruit is there.

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