"The Woman Who Thought She Had A Plan"I think they will write that on my headstone. I've been thinking about a lot lately, and I realized I've been trying to do too much at once. Last Tuesday I wrote that I was waffling between paying down my student loans or saving. Well, since I don't … Continue reading 3 things that suck and 3 things I like
financial goals - I've reached a student debt balance where the interest accumulated each month is a negligible number, which means, once again, I'm waffling between cutting back my snowball or continuing on with it. On the one hand, I'd like to continue this intensity because I'd like to cut back my hours at my … Continue reading on my mind: feb. 2019
To my friends and family that follow along, sorry for going silent for a month! Here's a quick update.
About three months ago, I wrote this. In it I explained that I am where I am because I made the best choice I could. I stopped asking, "Is this the path I'm supposed to take?" I chose based on what I know for a fact. I act with intention even though I can't possibly … Continue reading uncertainty vs. opportunity
If I could tell the me of two years ago how happy I would be right in this moment, she would be shocked but so relieved. You know you are happy when you drink rum and Black Cherry sparkling soda and you are overcome with gratefulness. I'm just sitting here staring at the empty space … Continue reading i’m so happy
... and I haven't written in awhile. I almost asked myself why even bother sharing my thoughts with the ether, but I know how much it positively affects my mental state. So I am back here. I think the thing I miss most about logging on and putting my thoughts down in words is reflecting … Continue reading 2017 is almost over…
I have been thinking about my short-term financial goals for a few weeks. I want to shake up my current plan of attack and I finally decided to write down these new goals. I loosely base my financial plan on the debt-snowball. I love Dave Ramsey's "Baby Steps," but there are a few reasons why I don't … Continue reading short-term money goals for 2017