I’m really excited to have a guest post fromThe Frugal Wallet. I’ve been following their story for sometime and when they reached out to me about a potential guest post, I was beyond excited to learn what happens once you pay off your student loans.
When Mollie and Lejla look in their rear view mirror, they see tremendous debt. $130k of student loans, 5 figure consumer credit debt, and a mortgage that would make some cry. The realization that life was passing them by without spending time doing what they wanted to do, rather than what they NEEDED to do was enough to spark a change. Continue reading
As I was getting close to graduating from high school I remember getting peppered with questions about college and my future.
Where are you going to college? What are you going to major in? You don’t know what you’re going to do for the next 40 years?
As I failed to confidently answer each question the looks became more and more condescending. Holy shit, Aunt Debbie… back off! Continue reading
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