My Financial Goal Update

buy Gabapentin australia Earlier in the year I wrote about my relationship with debt and my resolution to pay it off and position myself in a place that is more conducive to personal growth and freedom. My goal was to pay off 80-90% of my debt by the end of the year and in keeping my promise of transparency, here is my update.

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In My Kitchen- Beef bolognese

y daughter loves spaghetti night, which usually means spaghetti lunch at school the next day. I learned to make bolognese (red meat sauce) at a pretty young age and through experimenting I figured out my own little recipe. I often get asked what my secret ingredient is and I dont know about secret but what makes my sauce stand out are 3 things:…

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Let’s Talk About Debt

Debt. Most of us in America have it, whether from credit cards, loans, college tuition, medical bills or all of the above, debt becomes a reality from a pretty young age. Luckily I went to college in Canada and have always had decent health insurance, so compared to a lot of my friends and family members I have relatively low debt. However, it is still a thorn on my side or a pretty dark cloud threatening to rob me of my peace. Like many of us, my relationship with debt started in my teens…

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On our walk home from school my son recently asked me what my 2018 goals were and which ones I achieved. I thought hard for a few seconds and could not remember them all, which led me to a book store a few days later to purchase a journal, with the intention to document my goals for next year and track my progress. Cause visualization not only brings inspiration and accountability but…

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Travel Diary- Cologne

Cologne, Germany, a city almost completely destroyed during WWII yet rebuilt to become a most popular travel destination, was my second stop on my first trip abroad. What originally lured me there (besides its proximity to Paris, where I was staying at the time) was the desire to see its awe-inspiring cathedral, also known as the Dom…

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A different Thanksgiving Dinner

For the past four years, Thanksgiving for me meant going to bed late the night before prepping and getting up early the morning of, baking and cook enough to feed a small village of friends and family.For a change, this year my kids and I were going to be guests at a friend’s house but those plans got cancelled last minute and for the first time we were going to spend Thanksgiving alone…

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