Saying goodbye to Granville Island and hello to Main Street

Next week we will start to explore Vancouver’s main st. Since this is a large area of Vancouver to cover, we will look at Main Street starting from Broadway to King Edward. There is alot of surprises in store for you at this youthful, vibrant section of Vancouver. The more you embrace the youthful culture of Vancouver, the more you enjoy this area of Vancouver. So lets say goodbye to Granville Island with the last remaining photos:

December (2020) budget for a couple living in Vancouver during the pandemic

As previously stated I had fallen behind in the last months for my budget reporting, soI am catching up these next months. For December, we started with a savings of $2511. We made $4600. We spent $4696 for that month. We head into January with a positive balance of $2415. Here is a look at the graphics:

predictedactual December figures
BC Hydro$50$50
Lotto$80$195
ex money$40$40
Bmo Line$450$468
TD paym$121$35
St loan$121$139
Bank Fees$11$11
RBc pay2$200$175
Rent$1,450$1,485
BMO PE$1,200$1,555
Cibc loan$20$85
RBc pay1$220$265
Mutual F$25$50
Charity$22$22
c rbc loan$121$121
total$4,131$4,696

November budget for a couple living in Vancouver during the pandemic

I have fallen behind my budget for these last months, but now I am reporting my budget. For November, we started with a savings of $2587. We made $4600. However we spent $4676. We had to withdraw from our savings about $76. We are now heading to December with$2511. Here is a breakdown of our financing:

predicted November figures actual
BC Hydro$50$50
Lotto$80$160
ex money$40$40
Bmo Line$450$474
TD paym$121$35
St loan$121$89
Bank Fees$11$11
RBc pay2$200$218
Rent$1,450$1,485
BMO PE$1,200$1,555
Cibc loan$20$100
RBc pay1$220$266
Mutual F$25$50
Charity$22$22
c rbc loan$121$121
total$4,131$4,676