Another great budgeting tool is on the Suze Orman's website, Suze Orman's Expense Sheet. You enter your emergency fund amount and break down how much you spend each month by category. Then, Suze lets you know what your essential expenses are and based on that how large your 8 months emergency fund should be.
If a budgeting category is off from the national average, the cell will highlight yellow and by hovering over the cell, you can see what the national average is. If you are spending less, that's great. However, if you are spending more than the national average on a category, you should reconsider that expense even if you have an above average income.
At the end of the process that takes 2 minutes, Suze will tell you to beef up your emergency fund if you do not have 8 months of essential expenses. If your emergency fund fits the bill, she'll say that you should aggressively pay down any debt.