In June of 2017, I made the decision to go on a debt journey and start paying off debt. I was tired of making minimum payments and living paycheck to paycheck. I did not know how, but I knew I wanted to get out of debt. In reality, it took me until August of 2017
With the holiday season right around the corner, it is easy to fall victim to all the holiday deals. But going broke this holiday does not have to be in the cards. It is no secret that Americans love to spend on the holidays, in fact, most are willing to go in debt during this time.
Like my Debt Payoff Report, I took a month off from reporting about my blog. Honestly, I was spending so much time focusing on how much money my blog should be making that I stop focusing on my actual blog. This made blogging seem more like another job instead of a relaxing hobby. RELATED POST: How
Welcome back to another debt payoff report. I skipped August debt payoff report because there was not anything to update you guys on. I was still focusing on getting my emergency fund to $1000 which I was hoping to reach this month. Unfortunately, I will not be hitting my goal of $1000 in my emergency
As a millennial, a great deal of my time is spent on my phone. As a young adult, in a massive amount of debt, looking for ways to make extra cash is always a priority. If I can do both, be on my phone & make money, then I am winning. Nowadays you can earn
If landing a job was easy everyone would have one. The reality is, finding a job is tough and finding a job that pays well, comes with great benefits and within your degree field is even tougher. While the job market looks a lot better than it did 5 years ago finding a job still