I hate cheesy platitudes. Like, I really despise them. If it’s in the college dorm decoration section at Target or a trending hashtag, you can pretty much bet that it will never leave my lips under any circumstances other than mockery and mourning for tomorrow’s generation. But for some reason, “grow where you’re planted” gets a […]
Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different outcome is the definition of insanity. Why did it take us so long to figure that out?
Well, I can’t say that we matched last month for progress, but we’re still trucking right along. Our progress this month was slowed a little by Rachel’s family reunion, but we decided together that it was worth the speed bump. Now, the good stuff! The Numbers January 2016 (Start) March 2017 April 2017 Car Loan $4,685.88 PAID […]
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Hitting the Gas This month was a pretty good one. We agreed to really focus on paying off R’s car first, since that’s what “the plan” says to do, and we’ve put everything else on minimum payments. I can’t stress enough the importance of having that $1,000 in savings as a cushion. I’m getting ready […]