Debt Free Journey: August 2020

If you have been following this series for any amount of time, you know that we are headed toward real-time updates on my debt free journey. I present to you the first update. Previously I mentioned that I could have been debt free prior to COVID. Since the pandemic began I have made changes to... Continue Reading →

Debt Free Journey: Lessons Learned

According to Merriam-Webster, the definition of debt is "a state of being under obligation to pay or repay someone or something in return for something received : a state of owing". From Skittles to flour, from dollars to time, we have all experienced a form of indebtedness. One time I owed a buddy $10 and forgot about... Continue Reading →

My Financial Journey: Car Title

New cars are awesome! Not only do you feel like a million bucks pulling into your driveway, but you feel like you're going to spend a million bucks in payments. Not so awesome. My dad and I went halves on my new-used car back in 2010 (he pays half first then I pay the rest).... Continue Reading →

My Financial Journey: Intro

When I was younger my dad would stash some of my earnings away so as to get me in the habit of putting money into savings. Stashing cash was a great lesson because when I got my first real job I was able to purchase my own laptop with my own money. How cool! Saving... Continue Reading →

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