begin - checking account previous ending balance ($1,500) plus interest ($0.38)
pr - net payroll check
SB - my contribution towards joint household expenses
cash - coming in low again, mainly due to gas savings from teleworking
sf - automatic sinking funds deposits
house DP - a tiny house down payment fund contribution
roth - Roth IRA contribution @10% of gross income
Citi MC - the balance on my Citi MC. This amount includes a pen for Gilligan ($300.25), a collar and leash for Gilligan ($27.68), pizza ($40.00), and an Amazon order for toiletries ($41.85).
WF Visa - some items SB picked up for me
HBO Max - subscription fee for March
obedience - I found a local dog trainer with 30 years of experience. She is currently offering only private lessons at $65 per pop. I am setting aside enough for 3 lessons and I think that will be enough. We had a lesson scheduled for last Sunday, but the weather had other plans. Hopefully by next weekend we will be able to start.
CarMax - and that left $420 to throw at my car loan. I need to pay at least half of a payment ($231.01), so this amount represents an extra $188.99. It is progress, just not as much as I would like. The new balance is $23,733.63.
end - checking account buffer of 1k which just sits there
And if anyone is interested in trying Budgeting-By-Paycheck for themselves, I found this free printable template online: 16 Free Budget Printables to Save More Money - The Krazy Coupon Lady You have to scroll a little bit to get to the Budget By Paycheck template.