New Year Resolution Progress

In January, I posted my New Years resolutions for 2018 in order to hold myself accountable for those resolutions for once in my life!   As it is now well into the second half of the year, I thought it was time to check in and see just how well, or shit, I’m going with […]

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Paying off my car loan debt

The Final Curtain Call For Our Car Loan Debt

Where it all began… On July 31 2015, my beloved and I took out a $25,000 variable interest rate car loan for a used SUV with 7000kms on the clock. Throughout its term, the interest on this loan varied between 9.95% and 10.39%.   As I’ve spoken about previously, my beloved and I really didn’t […]

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If I could turn back time I would take back my car loan costs

If I could turn back time

I’ve made a lot of unintelligent financial choices over the years. Despite my modern day frugal living, I still make silly financial decisions. I don’t regret a lot of them, as I’ve experienced some pretty great things throughout my life thus far.   The one thing I do regret however, is succumbing to the fancy […]

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money goals

New year. New goals. New resolutions.

The new year tends to inspire a renewed motivation within us to be proactive and take control of our lives. So many of us make a new year resolution with the greatest intentions. Sometimes we achieve these financial goals. Sometimes we get to the end of the year and forget what it was we said […]

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