I really want to be debt free. I've been on my financial debt freedom for three years now. I believe I would have been debt free if I made public accountability partners. I'm not hitting the reset button, but I am documenting my way out of it. Expect a weekly post beginning 10.01.16
I’ve been desiring to draw more. I’ve drawn nearly all my life, and after college, I stopped doing what came naturally to me. I’ve been struggling to get back into it, but I think I’ve found a way. In an attempt to get back into sketching, I’ve purchased additional paints, sketchbooks, pencil, and paper. Yet the start of sketching every day has yet to be fully in place. I have a friend that I talk to nearly every day and she sent me some inspirational posts. We talk about design, owning our own studios, and everyday challenges – from at home to the pressures we face every day. Each and every morning,…
I didn’t even look to see the details but I did just drop more than I’d like on my mobile phone carrier. I looked to see the costs and I’m still getting charged 20 a month for a phone I paid off. I remember my friend Candice telling me that she pays $40 a month for her carrier with limited data. I’ve been on a search for a lower bill pay option as I save up for my wedding and came across PCMag’s article and read through to see what I could find that may fit my needs. Then I came across the comments section.
If you don’t have a guide to take you through the ropes, hoops and avoid the traps, you make the same mistakes as everyone else. Often times I wish my mom had someone to guide her so that some mistakes would not have been made. But I admit, at the end of the day I signed some papers too. I’m talking about student loans. I am the first person in my immediate family to graduate college. I’ve always dreamed of going and becoming a professor but what’s held me back is the accumulation of student loans. Some people believe that it’s inevitable. You’ll get into debt in some way of…