Jj’s School Loan (Group B):
Jj’s School Loan (Group D):
Jj’s School Loan (Group A):
Credit Loan: $2216.76
Jj’s School Loan (Group H): $2478.08
Jj’s School Loan (Group E): $2819.99
Jj’s School Loan (Group G): $2923.98
Jj’s School Loan (Group C): $3085.40
Kj’s School Loan #1: $3151.77
Jj’s School Loan (Group F): $4798.27
Kj’s School Loan #3: $5697.36
Kj’s School Loan #2: $7854.19
Honda Pilot Car Loan: $14379.61
DEBT (as of October 2011): $51792.70
DEBT PAID OFF: $2104.05
FINAL DEBT: $49688.65
This is our debt as of October 2011 and since then we've made a small dent in our huge mess and have paid off three school loans. Yay!! With the holidays and spending over quite a bit of change (a few thousand to be exact) in car repairs and maintenance, we weren't able to make as big of a dent as we'd like but we are slowly but surely getting there.
We definitely made some
Sure, we can afford that minimum payment every month . . . for the rest of our lives. Yah!! Where do we sign?!?
But the part I'm proud of is that we've made mistakes but we're learning from them and taking steps to fix them. There's absolutely no way we're going to stay in debt. I can't stand the mess we're already in; it makes me anxious, I hate it and I cannot imagine living the rest of my life this way, which is why I'm still grieving the break-up with my iPhone (click here to find out why).
I miss you so much, iPhone. (tear)
And I really would love to spend all of our extra money on lots of sparkly and fun things (here's my current wish list) but alas, we need to get out of debt as soon as possible, more like we need to get out of debt yesterday. But I'm excited to get past this horrific financial mess and move on with our lives.
Wanna join us on the journey?
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