To the numbers… July 1, 2019 – Student Loan Balance(s): -$128,663.26 August 1, 2022 – Student Loan Balance: -$67,197.82September 1, 2022 – Student Loan Balance: -$67,197.00 Total Payments: $200.00 Net Difference: $0.82 Nothing to see here…I know! I owe you all an explanation for my absence. I so appreciate everyone who left me a comment […]
If you read my 3rd blogiversary post, then there are likely no surprises here. But for the posterity…to the numbers! July 1, 2019 – Student Loan Balance(s): -$128,663.26 July 1, 2022 – Student Loan Balance: -$69,998.37August 1, 2022 – Student Loan Balance: -$67,197.82 Total Payments: $3,000.00 Net Difference: $2,800.55 Not bad. July was an eventful […]
I know I said that I would be back on Friday with my next steps, and I will, but that post will largely focus on my job/career outlook. As I sat down to do my second, only slightly neurotic financial assessment of my pending unemployment, I thought I’d share my assessment here. Retirement I’ve decided […]
One of the great things about having this blog is that it is a place for me to confess all of my financial-related neuroses. I am financially intimate with you all in a way that I would never consider behaving in “real life.” However, this also means that you know where all the financial bodies […]
Recently, I read an article on 90s nostalgia, and apparently, a Gen-Z TikToker pronounced N’SYNC by articulating every letter in the band’s name. While other millennials were outraged by the blasphemy that could befall such a revered band of their youth, I thought…eh. Each generation has its own pop stars and I have never shared […]
It seems like the American experiment in democracy is crumbling, inflation is wild, and I don’t think I can vote myself out of being systemically stripped of rights but financially, I’m in a decent place. A better place than I have been in a long, long time. In fact, after my August 1st payment, I […]
If you tuned in for my super lowkey celebration of making it under $70,000.00 in student loan debt, this post contains nothing new…but let’s take a look anyway…to the numbers… July 1, 2019 – Student Loan Balance(s): -$128,663.26 June 1, 2022 – Student Loan Balance: -$74,672.59July 1, 2022 – Student Loan Balance: -$69,998.37 Total Payments: […]
It’s shocking how much money, or specifically, more of it, changes your perspective. And apparently, it needn’t be a great deal of money. In my instance, all that was needed was $26,000.00… Back in January 2020, prior to the worldwide onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, I was invited to serve as an evening coordinator for […]
I needed this. I wasn’t supposed to reach this milestone this month but I needed this, so I made it happen. “I made it happen,” is the TLDR version. In reality, this was made possible by the fact that I will be essentially working evenings/nights at a summer camp this month, which provides $500.00 in […]
To the numbers… July 1, 2019 – Student Loan Balance(s): -$128,663.26 May 3, 2022 – Student Loan Balance: -$77,585.35 June 1, 2022 – Student Loan Balance: -$74,672.59 Total Payments: $3,120.00 Net Difference: $2,912.76 Better. Still not the $4,000.00 payment I could make if all my ducks are really in a row but better than April. […]
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