I just wanted to share the awesome news that I’ve repaid my student loans and life is good. I’m so happy and I wanted to tell you, don’t give up. You can bet on yourself. One day you’ll get there.
Budgeting helps see my blog post Budgeting tips on a few tips to help you get there.
It may not be student loans it can be paying off your car note, mortgage or that loan you needed to handle business. Whatever it is, create the plan and work towards it. I’m already planning on smashing more goals in 2021.
You’re always reading, 😑 annoyed my husband said to me. He’s been nagging me to spend more time with doing anything else other than being tucked away in our bedroom reading books.
It’s been several months since the pandemic. We would be much busier trying to maneuver our respective jobs , raising a toddler and making things work.
It’s not easy, things are not the same or as they used to be. Our lives have been uprooted and so we have to get used to the new norm. We have conflicting schedules, online schooling taking care of a sick parent. Listen, I’m always cooking, juggling being a wife and caregiver but this sh*t is just too much. I thought I was going to lose it. Things got tighter, financially and while we’re still okay I had to cancel most of my subscription boxes, yes I had to make sacrifices we both had.
So, on October 5 I created this blog. I didn’t know what I was doing, still don’t ,but like all things before I’ll figure it out. I started reading books. One good book led to another, and another you get the picture. Book Reviews came and like this post in between ramblings. I haven’t set up a schedule just yet but I’m working off my mood for now.
How has Covid-19 affected your life?
Reading books and posting on my blog has been helping me not to go completely insane.
That’s all for now, I’m currently reading #WIldGame by Andriene Brodeur-