You should be able to document your income, expenses, and (hopefully) savings every month. If your income minus expenses is a positive number, you can relax a little. You still may want to work on your budget so you can save more for an emergency or retirement. If that number comes out negative, you could be in big trouble. Spending more money than you make means you must rely on credit. In turn, this means you are setting yourself up for more trouble because those credit card payments will get higher every month.
When you deposit money from your income source, you simply allocate the appropriate dollar amounts to the budget category accounts, based on your spending plan or budgeting worksheet. It's easy to move money around your various spending categories or budget category accounts whenever you need to. When a bill comes due, you simply transfer money from the budget category account to your checking and then electronically pay the bill. It's easy and extremely fast once you set it up through your banking institution.