Liquidating daily expenses might somewhat resemble a sign of an Obsessive Compulsive disorder but believe me this is an art that requires no talent and can help you in your day to day life.
Liquidating doesn’t have to be done every after purchase or every time you expend on something rather just doing it at the end of the day, daily. Why? Because the activities done for that day are still very fresh in your brain that though the listing has been delayed for hours, you can still partly remember everything. Well, it doesn’t have to be everything but at least you are able to record most of it. This way, you are able to track your expenses where your money went. You’ll be able to assess if you’ve spent your money wisely or not. Stuffs like, “Have you spent too much on your wants for this month?”; “Have you spent big on a dinner?”.
I just started on a small notebook where every page is designated for every date. It starts with cash on hand with the amount written at the right part then followed by your daily expenses with its respective amount still written at the right part in line with the amount of cash on hand. At the end part then you’ll be able to subtract the total of your daily expenses from your daily cash on hand. The difference will then be your cash on hand for the next day.
Notice that addition has also been used. So in case, someone paid you for something you can still include it in your daily expenses (every cash transactions or exchange made during the day).
I’ll be drafting this for the rest of 15 days. After which, I’ll be transferring this one in excel for ease and accurate results. Just keep posted.