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Monthly Archives: November 2011
I just wanted to write a short post and wish all of my family, friends and readers a very Happy Thanksgiving. I am thankful for a lot of things. Just to name a few of the things I am thankful for: Family Health Friends Job I am sure I could sit here and come up with a whole list! The thing I want everyone to remember is to be thankful for someone or something in … Continue reading
An Epic Day Today is an awesome day. I finally knocked out Sallie Mae! I knocked her out and dragged her out of my house with permanent eviction! In other words… I paid off my student loan. :-) Goodbye student loan payment, goodbye student loan interest “leeching” off of my income and a big goodbye to another payment I have to make each month. Paying off a debt is a definite accomplishment and also helps … Continue reading
An avid reader of The Angry Millionaire asked my opinion about when I thought a child should have their own mobile phone. Should a child have their own mobile phone at 8 years old? How about 10 or 12 years old? Age is nothing but a number My rhetorical question, in return, was…does he need a cell phone? If so, why? I usually don’t answer questions with questions, but I like to challenge people’s minds … Continue reading
Yes, you deserve to pay “Why do I deserve to pay those high fees that Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo and Citibank are charging me? Mr. Angry Millionaire, you are just plain mean, angry, hateful and I don’t deserve those fees” Yes you do! You deserve to pay those fees because you STILL BANK WITH THEM!!! Why in the world, would you continue to bank with these “institutions of mass financial destruction?” … Continue reading
Can you believe it? I can hardly believe it myself! Carrie Smith, the Personal Finance Blogger over at Careful Cents has asked The Angry Millionaire to write a guest post for her awesome personal finance blog! I was seriously flattered by her request, so I wrote an article about Budgeting for the Unexpected. Please click the picture and enjoy the article! I appreciate everyone’s support. Please help keep me motivated at writing financial articles by following me … Continue reading
No, I am not expecting another child nor are we currently planning on having anymore children. My intent by writing this article is to engage your critical thinking skills by taking a step back and looking at your children’s learning environment, how you educate your children and if you are preparing them for success later in life. When I had my “come to Jesus” meeting with my finances and my family’s well being, I looked … Continue reading
October seemed like a blurrr. It was here and gone in a blink of an eye. I figure the beginning of November is a great time to look back at October and see how my finances closed out for the month. Let’s take a look at my over all debt. I have laid it out in an easy to read format: OCTOBER DEBT AS OF 10/31/2011 Credit card #1 $ 5,500.00 Credit card #2 $ … Continue reading
Wow…where did October go? Where has 2011 gone for that matter? It seemed just like yesterday when I was planning out my 2011 goals at the beginning of the year. I must say, collectively, 2011 has been a good year. It really has been a time to reflect on the past, live in the present and focus on the future. Life always seems to be changing and if I have some input on those changes, … Continue reading