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Becoming debt free takes hard work and sacrificing. This is my lunch today. Dont get me wrong, I love me some ramen noodles so this isn’t a big deal, but the fact that I have to eat them pisses me off.
I’m pissed that we’re back in a space we vowed never to be in again. I’m pissed that we were debt free for so long and now we have to climb back up again.
We did so much to get to a place of peace by getting out of debt. This feeling is overwhelming and disheartening.
There is a silver lining, though.
When I feel like saying, ‘fuck it’ and throw all the bills in the toilet, I remember why I’m at lunch eating a super version of noodles.
It’s because I want to take my little babies on a Disney cruise.
Because I want to show them how good financial habits will reward them in the present and the future.
Because I want to leave them with generational wealth instead of trying to start from the beginning.
Because I want them to focus on their lives and not always on their work
I want to provide them the basics and the comforts of home.
What are you doing to get out of debt?
I don’t want my bad choices to determine their future. We have to get right for them, but…DAAAAAAANG!!!
I never thought I would be so concerned about another human being the way I am about my babies. Its unreal.
If you’re in debt, don’t give up. Find the purpose for getting out. Eat your noodles.
Hook that shit up, yo!
Eat ’em up.