I absolutely understand your issues with bills, etc. What works for me is a simple list of bills, the ones that I pay every month, the amounts and when they're due. I have to check off, or highlight, when I pay and put the date of payment. At the end of each month I have to make a new list for the next month. I keep this list in an Excel spreadsheet on my computer, but it would work on paper too....whatever is easier for you.
If I didn't do this I wouldn't be able to keep up with things at all. I make myself look at it every day and figure out what day it is and where I am for the month, otherwise I lose track completely.
I've been losing track of the NON-monthly bills, like the ones due yearly or quarterly, or even the ones that are one-time-only bills. So I'm in the process of making a new list just for those....I have to or they won't get paid. :(
I'm still praying for you...that your health will improve and that you won't have to go back to the hospital!
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