If you like Suze Orman for whatever reason, you will know that she picks the biggest loser winner based on their financial health. It is a direct correlation, she says, to be financially fit and physically/mentally fit.
Interesting concept, and I can't say that I disagree with it. As much as it pains me.
We do have a substantial amount of debt. I didn't listen to my mother when she said don't get a credit card. In fact, we have several credit lines and I have only managed to pay off two. It's not all credit cards though, car loans, engagement ring, student loans. Some are a little easier to manage than others.
But I have been feeling a little financial unrest. I work so hard, my husband works so hard, yet we don't have much to show for it. I am wanting to get things taken care of. I want to have a good savings. I want to be able to move. I want to hire big, strong, muscular men to come move my heavy things for me so I dont have to recruit friends or make hubby do it, because lets face it, I'm not going to.
With hubby's new job comes great benefits, stable pay (better than being a pizza delivery boy, where your income depends on how cute you are or how generous they are feeling at the moment)
I really want to pay off my car the most, it would be three years early and I would be able to lower my insurance too. Huzzah!
If your head and your heart are in the right place, then surely the body will follow, right?
By the way I figure it, I will be able to pay