Over the weekend, I moved all of my furniture into storage. Things are becoming real now. Malakhai and I moved into my mom's spare bedroom. I'm so happy because this will afford me to pay off my debts faster, save money for a house, and to have help with taking care of my son. I'm… Continue reading Moving on…
I think it’s safe to say that many people, millennials mostly, are not set up to financially handle an emergency. If you follow Dave Ramsey, his first Baby Step is to have an emergency fund of $1,000. To be clear, I don’t necessarily follow his steps, but I do agree with having an emergency fund.… Continue reading Emergency!!
The holidays have past, and school has started again. These past couple of weeks have been nice being off from work. I am not one who cares much for holidays, but I do love spending time with my family. December was our first cold winter in a while. With temperatures in the 40s (that's cold… Continue reading I’m back!!
If you have been following me for a while, then you know I am on a journey to financial freedom, and I have been doing a damn good job. I have paid off so much debt since 2015 and I am happy that I am now in the place that I want to be -… Continue reading Financial Check and Update!!
https://youtu.be/PlciA_b4GBQ I have been on a "kicking debt's ass" journey for the past couple of years. I am so determined to be out of debt at 30 and so far, I am on the right road. In the past couple of years I have paid off a credit card ($2500), a personal loan ($3500), the… Continue reading Financial Friday: Cut Expenses, Add Hustles, Getting Out of Debt
As of today, I have paid off two debts. Wooohooo! That is a huge accomplishment. I have paid off the IRS and a personal loan. Two steps close to being debt free! Even though those are two milestones, I am not ready to celebrate just yet. When I pay off my two credit cards, I… Continue reading Financial Friday: Debt, Debt, Go Away!