‘The Year Of No’ monthly report: May

Even though I felt like this month has felt a little slow, we are now a step away from the end. For the month of May, we paid off $1,979.39. We have $1,676.75 left. Through some creative budgeting (it’s fine, really – nothing crazy), it appears the final debt payment will be June 15, 2018….

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‘The Year Of No’ monthly report: April

Whew, what a month April was. To start things off, we hit the four-figure month at the start of the month. I had hoped that number to happen at the end of March, but a delay in the paycheck from my side gig kept that from happening. But a paycheck is a paycheck, even if…

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‘The Year Of No’ monthly report: March

While much of the United States is caught up with college basketball fever this month, we’ve had our own version of March Madness. This month has been a very busy one. I have worked a lot, and Amy has been busy tending to the kids more than usual. However, we did take time for a…

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‘The Year Of No’ monthly report: February

The theme for February was full steam ahead. It’s tax season, and even though we no longer own a house that we can deduct interest from, having three kids and student loan debt interest is still a tax saver. I have tried cutting the money I get back from the government each year by raising…

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‘The Year Of No’ monthly report: January

We are making good progress. It makes sense to me that if I’m going to continue to record the emotional progress of our debt snowball, that I should also record some numbers as well. I don’t have real solid data from long ago, but as evidenced in the audio recording from 2005 in my last…

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