I found a particularly useful article on where you should be in terms of your retirement savings (assuming you are still in the accumulation years) at https://www.troweprice.com/personal-investing/resources/insights/are-my-retirement-savings-on-track.html.
I like this article because they don't just give you a multiple of your income by age, but they also split it out by marital status. Further, if you are behind, they also give you a percentage of your income to save that is needed to catch up.
For example, my retirement savings are currently at 8x my income. At my age (61) and income, it should be about 8.5 to 9x my income. I'm behind because I lost several years of savings due to making a major career change and having some very low income years from 2009 to 2014 when I didn't add to my retirement accounts. The chart says that in order to catch up, I should be saving at least 13% of my income. I currently contribute 22% (and my employer contributes another 3%), so that is reassuring about catching up to where I should be.
My debt continues to decrease but more slowly than I'd like as this year involved replacing a number of things in the house that are breaking down now that I've been here (today is my 16 year anniversary of home ownership). This year it's been the hot water heater, washing machine, and some major plumbing (plus veterinary expenses associated with my cat Bridget's illness and passing). Next year I'll probably replace the dryer, refrigerator, and my bed, and possibly the range. (I've been living without a working range for 2 years now and getting along fine with an Instant Pot, Air Fryer, and coffee maker but the house should have one.) I know appliances go on sale in January so I may shop the sales then. I'm particularly worried about the refrigerator going on me and I hope that I replace it before it just goes, especially given the current supply chain problems and delivery delays.