I haven’t swam in a few months, but my girlfriend has been teaching me. She says it now looks like I’m actually “swimming”, as opposed to simply not drowning.
But I’m not going to mark this complete until I can swim for a longer period of time. 5 months ago
$1110.15 paid off in the last five months. That’s an average of
$222.03 per month, which is a little less than what it was in the previous seven months, so I wonder if a couple of my interest rates readjusted up a titch. Even so, progress is being made. I’m under $28k.
I’ve still got a good nine years left to pay, but I think the next few years should show some awesome progress. 5 months ago
Finally under $30k! In the last seven months I have paid down $1699.11. That is an average of $242.73 per month. Two thirds of my payment hits the balance now. Huge progress. 11 months ago
I need to grab “The Wake” from the library and I’m done. Not a big fan of this series and I’ll be glad to be done. 19 months ago
I’m not really following a plan for this anymore, but I recently did 60 of them in a row. So, I think for now I’ll just continue to work on push ups and then see how many I can do. I just don’t feel like following the plan. :) 19 months ago
I’m looking through my goals and I see this is still on there and realized I’ve taken no steps to knock out this goal since I posted about it five years ago.
And, I don’t know what to say about this. I went to the pool a couple of months ago when I was in Texas (where every day is 100 degrees…or, 60 consecutive days are) and I swam.
Seriously. It was some sort of modified breast stroke, but it worked. And holy crap does swimming use a different set of muscle and endurance than running.
But, I don’t want to mark this as accomplished yet. I want to be able to swim better. A friend her said she’d teach me because she wants me to do a triathlon with her in the spring, which I can’t do because it’s a drill weekend, but still.
I swam, but I really want to feel like I can swim. 19 months ago
Eleven months since the last update and $2118.48 has been knocked off the balance.
Chip, chip, chipping away.
It’s still so far from being done, but it is nice to see the number dropping. Just a couple of months from being under $30,000. That’ll feel good. So will not having this debt, but one thing at a time. 19 months ago