The car I wanted in 2017 was not the car I could afford, but it was the one my pride said I needed. I’m learning that a few years later. In May 2017 I had the privilege of getting to replace my vw turbo. How lucky of me. Right at 65,000 miles it needed toContinue reading “My pride bought me the car I wanted”
Category Archives: Budgeting
How we will save $1,200/year by making ONE change.
I’ve had gel or dipped nails for over 5 years now. and now that were getting super strict about our budget, I’ve decided that my manicure needs to go as well. If you asked me 6 months ago if id ever volunteer to give up my manicure, i’d say absolutely not. Actually, StephenContinue reading “How we will save $1,200/year by making ONE change.”
“be indebted to no one”
“be indebted to no one except to one another in love.” Romans 13:8 As I’ve been trying, and we continue to pay down debt, this verse has been on my heart. The idea of being in debted to no one EXCEPT in love. What an idea. That we only owe in love. It’s definitely madeContinue reading ““be indebted to no one””
Freedom is going to require change.
Stephen and I have been discussing what our life post honeymoon will look like. We both know that we’ll be buckling down when it comes to our budget to get out of debt as soon as possible. I was listening to a recorded sermon by one of my favorite Pastors Steven Furtick. He was teachingContinue reading “Freedom is going to require change.”