Through mis-management of my money in my early twenties I learned a lot of life lessons - both financial and personal. After 12+ years of teaching, and 3 years of working as a school-librarian, I moved to Nebraska and found a job outside of school/library with good benefits and okay pay. The move was mainly to pursue the possibility of a long-term relationship ...
Now in my early 40s I'm married and a homeowner. :)
Debt Related Financial Goals:
1. Pay off DHs Medical debt
2. Pay off DHs Student loans
3. Pay off the house by my 60th birthday (about 20 years.)
1. Mini and Major Vacations (i.e. 1 year anniversary trip to Branson)
2. Car replacements
3. DH boat/tv
4. Fencing yard
5. Landscaping changes
6. Retirement by 62
1. Work up to reading the Bible/studying the weekly lesson 30 minutes a day.
DD = Daily Dozen. This is a list of foods/activities suggested by Dr. Greger in his book "How Not to Die."
Thanks for the offer, but she already rented one and is using it. I think we'll just let it go. In the future will have her be more aware if it will be necessary before the class starts. As an art/music major the odds are very low she'll need another one.