Now that we're over 25% through 2019, I thought it was probably time to do a recap of our 2018 financials. For those of you who haven't been following along, last year was the beginning of my family's debt free journey. While we hoped to have made more progress on our goals at this point, … Continue reading 2018 Financials
I turned 27 in December, and on my birthday, my mom (jokingly) asked me, "So, do you feel older?"At the time I told her no, but I was so much younger on December 7th than today. I've lived 2 lifetimes in the last month and boy am I feeling it. On December 13th, a Thursday, … Continue reading I Wept
I've posted about it regularly on this blog for several months now and I've given the brief version of why, but I've felt convicted to go a little deeper into that and the role my faith has played in this journey. I've only focused on the numbers so far, it's high time I talk about the rest of the story.
We started the month off with $14, 247 in debt, but by the end of August, we were able to pay it down to $13,083! That's a difference of $1164 and I'm pretty satisfied with that number.
Last week, I traveled to the frugal shopper Mecca for the very first time: Aldi. Y'all, my life is forever changed!
July absolutely flew by and let's just say that we learned the importance of an emergency fund last month.
In my June Financial Update, I mentioned that I would write a post about my favorite financial resources, or the people who inspire me the most and any apps or tools I find particularly useful. Well, here it is! I've been beating the dead horse that is frugal living/our debt free journey for months now, and … Continue reading My Favorite Financial Resources