Hmmm, I think we'd do-
yardwork- $1000 (I'd like to have a delivery of dirt and to put in a patio in our front yard)
food security/ emergency prep- $300
"fun" purchases- $200 ($100 for each of us)
It should probably go into savings or paying off the mortgage, but we would probably spend it on one of our planned projects for the house - finishing some electrical and lighting work, related drywalling, and painting and/or landscaping our yard (we are planning on doing part of it now but, for financial reasons, are only doing half of what we would like to do this year).
I'd pay off my cc (~$2000), get my car all fixed up (~$1000), use a couple hundred for some fun purchases (some new undies...mine are getting all worn out, maybe a couple new shirts and a nice meal out) and then put the rest in my savings account. I'd also be tempted to send the remainder to pay extra on my student loan, but I keep having issues pop up where I suddenly need a lot of cash, so I think it'd be better to be sitting in my savings account, waiting for some inevitable crisis.
We are debt-free except for our house () so I'd probably use some of it for our bathroom remodel. We need to fix up the bathroom before we sell the house, and it's our last real project before we're done. The rest would go into our short-term savings/land fund. We're saving for a down payment on property, even though the owner will almost certainly be financing us.
$1000 - pay off my CC.
$2500 - buy refurbished MacBook Pro and software for starting a home business.
$250 - clothes and shoes
$500 - new camping gear so we are equipped to vacation as a family of four, not two backpackers
$750 - short term savings account.
We already put tons into long-term savings so I don't feel any obligation to top that up. Where we are always short is cash on hand. (My CC debt is personal spending that piled up while I was on mat leave, not a joint expense, so I can't take money that is allocated to joint savings and pay it off. It has to come out of my "allowance" money and that hasn't been happening because DH and I have had to contribute extra to the joint account to cover a condo special assessment.)