One of the ways I’ve been trying to get my spending under control (aka saving my money to put it towards debt) is to think before I buy. Sometimes that involves putting something on a wishlist so I don’t buy it–sometimes once you think on it, you just don’t need it. And other times, you just need to find it elsewhere cheaper.

Here’s a quick, easy wishlist I put together to help me get my wishlisting under control. Sometimes I go crazy by putting a lot of stuff going on it (sometimes fun things like Pop! Funko figurines come out in groups, so that list grows fast!), and sometimes I go a long time without adding anything to it. But having somewhere to put it sometimes just helps with the urge to shop. I hope it helps you, too, if you need it.

 Wishlist FullWishlist – Full Size

Here’s something that has been a huge help to me on my financial journal, and just in general: check registers! I don’t write checks that often (although I still use one or two a month!), so I use check registers faster than I get them. It made a lot of sense for me to make my own and I’ve gotten a whole lot of use out of them. I hope you do, too!

Check Registers
Check Register – Lined

Check Registers
Check Register – Green – A5

Check Registers
Check Register – Blue – A5

Check Registers
Check Register – Purple – A5

Check Registers
Check Register – Rose – A5

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