It also helps to get motivated and stay motivated with the advice and stories of others. You can keep up the momentum and remember why you are making the hard choices. The WHY will get you through this. Here are four things that get me excited to stay on budget and pay off debt.
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Let’s face it: college reading is really hard. Grad school reading is super intense. This is coming from me, and I love to read. Always have. If strong readers get overwhelmed by a mountain of books, then what about those of us who struggle with reading, or just don’t enjoy it? How can you do your assigned reading if you’re just not a reader?
This week’s challenge was a doozy. We were tasked with creating a new budget – a budget that works! – accounting for income, planned savings, bills, groceries, other expenses, and even fun stuff. Thankfully the workbook breaks it down step by step, so you complete each task and check the box. You don’t have to finish it all in one sitting! Here are 3 simple steps I implemented during this week’s challenge.
An annotated bibliography is a lot like the bibliography you would find at the end of your research paper or a book, but with more information. Besides research paper assignments, you will find annotated bibliographies as part of a dissertation or thesis. There are even published books that are extensive annotated bibliographies on a particular topic.
It takes guts to face your debt head-on. But you don’t have to do it alone. Are you ready for this 90-day money challenge?