We’ve been on this debt repayment journey for 19 months. In that time we’ve paid off $22,744.34, which is amazing and I’m super proud of us for sticking to this process. That being said, I cannot wait until it is over.
Right now our debt is sitting at $3162.30, or about 12% of our original debt. Being that we’ve already paid off so much, I would think that the last 12% would go by super fast, but unfortunately it feels like it is dragging on.
I think what’s making it seem so tough is that every dollar we can put on the debt makes a big difference. I have been hoping to be debt free by the end of June, but I’m still not sure if that’s going to happen. So this week I realized that I think we’re suffering from debt repayment burnout.(more…)
Cape Split in the Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia will always have a special place in my heart. It was one of the first long hikes I went on, and we also got engaged there in 2014! It’s a challenging hike with some of the most beautiful views at the end. The incredible scenery is created by the Bay Of Fundy’s tides coming in and out, carving away at the 200 foot cliffs, once you see it, you’ll know why hiking Cape Split is one of my favourite activities in Nova Scotia!(more…)
There’s been a graphic circulating in the personal finance world the last few days. Recent research shows that the “average american” spends about $18,000 a year on non-essential items like eating out, cable, streaming services and subscription boxes.(more…)
I’m obsessed with all things travel Airports make me happy I love a good spreadsheet & I want to show you that you can have your cake and eat it too, by paying off your debt and being financially free, you’ll have more money for the things you love Read More