Have you ever tried to accomplish multiple financial goals simultaneously only to be disappointed that you were not able to achieve any of them? Personally, this problem that has plagued me. I have found more success when I focus on one goal at a time. It is okay to make incremental progress here and there on long-term goals, but if we split our attention it becomes challenging to fully achieve anything. Currently our focus is repaying the last of our vehicle debt. Rather than riding out the remaining three years of amortization, focus brings this down to six months. #
Today I cancelled the second credit card we maintained just in case there was fraud again on our main account. Just in case. What a useless reason to keep something we never used. It is ironic that by destroying something labeled “Freedom” we gained rather than lost anything. #
I have decided to “reboot” the website and strip out the (very little) content that was written here previously. Creating fully-developed and meaningful posts consumed more time and attention than what I can devote on a regular basis. Instead, my new focus will be providing short, but thought-provoking posts containing 100 valuable words or less.
I hope you as readers find value in these words and if desired achieve the peace that simplicity can bring. #