My Financial Goal Update

provigil without prescription 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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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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