Bullet Journal, Tracker

Bill Tracker

 

Do you know this scenario: It’s the end of the month and again you forgot what bills are due? And if you paid every bill, if one (over-)due, or which ones are set on auto-pay?

I am also always on the hunt for my account numbers … no more, I finally created a bill tracker in my bullet journal to (hopefully) skip that dreadful day where I ask myself when my cell phone bill is due.

 

bill tracker

Bill Tracker

I created this rather simple spread to keep track of my bills. I note the company and the account number – so I have everything at one glance. Also the amount that is due and when. The due date is especially important since they are all on a different day during the month. Since I am enrolled in auto-pay for almost all bills I thought it could be important to know which bank account or PayPal I was using for the auto-pay.

I also divided the bills into three categories: monthly, quarterly and yearly (I know its “annual” but with monthly and quarterly, I really wanted another -ly word. And, hey, its my bullet journal so I can do whatever I want!). For my monthly bills I have my cell phone, internet, electricity, other utilities and (most importantly 😄) Netflix. I do have some quarterly bills for my car but to be honest I didn’t find the information on it when I was drawing up the spread (another reason I had to create it!). For my annual bills I mainly have the costs for this domain, but I am sure I am forgetting several.

 

bill pay tracker

bill pay tracker

 

 

 

bill tracker

 

How do you keep track of your bills? Do you use your bullet journal for it?

 

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