Euphemia is doing 42 things including…

pay off my mortgage

16 cheers

 

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Euphemia has written 8 entries about this goal

The day of reckoning has arrived...

...I will do my expenses today. My company owes me thousands!! Must keep on top of my expenses. How am I ever going to pay off my mortgage if I keep bankrolling my company? Getting organised is as important as working hard and earning lots when it comes to this goal…



Is it really worth it?

On Saturday night I sat in transit at an airport and then tried to sleep on a plane. This is the life I lead in order to pay off my mortgage. I had tears in my eyes as I thought about not seeing my husband for another 10 days and the two weeks it had been since I had found time to call my parents, who are having a hard time. What a crap,terrible daughter. Also have 3 sisters who I would love to spend time with once in a while, not to mention all the other family and friends.
Is it really worth it? I sure hope so…



This goal is actually going quite well.

Been managing to fire some money away and on track to do well in the coming year.



Where does the money go?

For the last 18 months I have been earning REALLY well (lucky me in such hard times) and so this goal ought to take care of itself, but somehow we are not saving as much as we ought to be. It does not help of course that we got married last year, which cost a lot, and my step-daughter got married last week which cost me some as well. Time to BUDGET. I know that it is not the be-all and end-all, but if I focus we could be completely debt free within the next 3 or 4 years.



Inspiring link

I just found this very inspiring link on paying off mortgage early:

http://www.lovemoney.com/news/property-and-mortgages/mortgages/255/pay-off-your-mortgage-in-15-years

The couple concerned paid off their mortgage in 18 months!!



This would be the most life-changing thing

One should be happy with their lot, and not complain or wish that things were different. But my mortgage on the other hand, is the thing that enslaves me to work that completely takes over my life. To feel free to be me, and not to be a robot carrying responsibility and to do lists around, that is the ultimate dream



Money is coming in...

...so I have a well-paid job, so why am I making even less progress in paying off my mortgage early than I was when I was not working?!



Money is coming in...

...so I have a well-paid job, so why am I making even less progress in paying off my mortgage early than I was when I was not working?!



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