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10 years after introducing 43 Things to the world, we have decided we have met our last goal: completing the incredible experience that has been 43 Things. Please join us in giving one last cheer to all the folks who have shared their goals with the world, as well as all the people who have worked at The Robot Co-op to build this incredible website. We won a Webby Award, published a book, and brought happiness to a lot of people.

Starting today, 43 Things users can export their goals and entries from the site. Starting August 15, we will make the site “read only”. 43 Things users will still be able to view the site and export their content, but we won’t be taking any new content from users. We hope to leave the site up for folks to see and download their content until the end of the year. Ending on New Year’s Eve takes us full circle.

It has been a long ride (one of our original goals was to "build a company that lasts at least 2 years” - we beat that one!) While we wish the site could live on, it has suffered from a number of challenges - changes in how people use the site, the advertising industry, and how search engines view the site. We wish the outcome was different – but we’ve always been realistic about when our goals are met and when they aren't.

As of today, you will be able to download your goals and entries. See more about that on the FAQ page. Thanks for 10 great years of goal-setting and achieving.

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pixie2122More Debt....

So since my last post more debt has accrued. Although my car is completely paid off. We now have a hospital bill from when we had our baby, my student loan, the barclay credit card still, and some other doctor bills!! It’s crazy but we have a new plan in place where i will pay just under 4000.00 in 4 months and my husband will pay for the Hospital bill which is just under $3,300.00, but he will not pay that off in 4 months.
We can do this I have faith in myself and my husband! 6 months ago


SpeshLTonyFebruary 2014

Work 401K Loan – PAID OFF JUNE 2012
Target Visa Credit Card – PAID OFF NOV 2012
My AAS Student Loans – $8,750
My Rasmussen BBM Student Loans – $8,750
My Bethel BBM Student Loans – $9,500 approx
K’s Student Loans – $9,000
Home Mortgage – $150,085 6 months ago


SpeshLTonyDecember 2013

Work 401K Loan – PAID OFF JUNE 2012
Target Visa Credit Card – PAID OFF NOV 2012
My AAS Student Loans – $8,500
My Rasmussen BBM Student Loans – $8,500
My Bethel BBM Student Loans – $9,000 approx
K’s Student Loans – $8,500
Home Mortgage – $151,000 8 months ago


Stacilynn88Getting so close!

B of A paid off!
Chase paid off!
Discover hoping to be paid off in the next 6 to 8
Months! WOO HOO! 12 months ago


SpeshLTonyDecember 2012

Work 401K Loan – PAID OFF JUNE 2012
Target Visa Credit Card – PAID OFF NOV 2012
My AAS Student Loans – $8,000
My Rasmussen BBM Student Loans – $8,000
My Bethel BBM Student Loans – $6,000 approx
K’s Student Loans – $9,500
Home Mortgage – $154,000 20 months ago


SpeshLTonyJune Update

Work 401K Loan – $2,600 approx
Target Visa Credit Card – PAID OFF 7/16/2011
My AAS Student Loans – $7,612.40 – In Deferment
My Rasmussen BBM Student Loans – $8,385.26 – In Deferment
My Bethel BBM Student Loans – $10,000 approx
K’s Student Loans – $9,295.60 – In Homemaker Deferment
Home Mortgage – $156,020.52 2 years ago


zfish 2 years ago


SpeshLTonyEarly March 2012 Update

Work 401K Loan – $3,117.88
Target Visa Credit Card – PAID OFF 7/16
My AAS Student Loans – $7,612.40 – In Deferment
My Rasmussen BBM Student Loans – $8,205.26 – In Deferment
My Bethel BBM Student Loans – $8,000
K’s Student Loans – $9,129.60 – In Homemaker Deferment
Home Mortgage – $156,699.13 2 years ago


arabon04 5 years ago


pixie2122Capital One Credit Card

Is completely paid off!!!
Now on to:
Barclay
Student Loan
Car Payment 2 years ago


pixie2122Untitled

Only 26 more dollars to pay off my capital one credit card and then I can focus on paying off my student loan and my barclay credit card. I’m so excited! 2 years ago


SpeshLTonyLate January 2012 Update

Work 401K Loan – $3,117.88
Target Visa Credit Card – PAID OFF 7/16
My AAS Student Loans – $7,612.40 – In Deferment
My Rasmussen BBM Student Loans – $8,205.26 – In Deferment
My Bethel BBM Student Loans – $8,000
K’s Student Loans – $9,129.60 – In Homemaker Deferment
Home Mortgage – $156,922.53 2 years ago


SpeshLTonyDecember 2011 Update

Work 401K Loan – $3,361.22
Target Visa Credit Card – PAID OFF 7/16 !!!
My AAS Student Loans – $7,601.94
My Rasmussen BBM Student Loans – $6,096
My Bethel BBM Student Loans – $12,500
K’s Student Loans – $9,500
Home Mortgage – $157,385.39 2 years ago


pixie2122Payment Plans typed out--

Capital One Credit Card-179.15. Pay $25 biweekly until it is completely paid off
Barclay Credit Card-1273.46. Pay $50 dollars biweekly until Capital one is paid off and then start making $75 dollar payments biweekly.
Student Loan-1403.85- Make 60 dollar payments biweekly until it is paid off.
Car Loan- I shudder at the thought of this one :( I will post as soon as I’m sure of the amount. And then My car payments are $159 biweekly. So yeah.. I won’t have much money left over to do much else with. 2 years ago


SpeshLTonyNovember 2011 Update

Work 401K Loan – $3,570.54
Target Visa Credit Card – PAID OFF 7/16 !!!
My AAS Student Loans – $7,540.20
My Rasmussen BBM Student Loans – $6,334
My Bethel BBM Student Loans – $12,500
K’s Student Loans – $9,500
Home Mortgage – $157,603.65 2 years ago


erin_morrell 2 years ago


pixie2122 2 years ago


SpeshLTonyEnd of October Update

Work 401K Loan – $3,673.54
Target Visa Credit Card – PAID OFF 7/16 !!!
My AAS Student Loans – $7,540.20
My Rasmussen BBM Student Loans – $6,334
My Bethel BBM Student Loans – $12,500
K’s Student Loans – $9,500
Home Mortgage – $157,838.62 2 years ago


SpeshLTonySeptember Update

Work 401K Loan – $4,200
Target Visa Credit Card – PAID OFF 7/16 !!!
My AAS Student Loans – $7,400
My Rasmussen BBM Student Loans – $6,633
My Bethel BBM Student Loans – $3,200
K’s Student Loans – $9,550
Home Mortgage – $158,350 2 years ago


BrenshayUntitled

This is a big one to many people as economic crises build and prices rise.I plan to be debt free by this time next year 3 years ago


Brenshay 3 years ago


SpeshLTonyAugust Update

Work 401K Loan – $4,400
Target Visa Credit Card – PAID OFF 7/16 !!!
My AAS Student Loans – $7,967
My Rasmussen BBM Student Loans – $6,633
K’s Student Loans – $9,750
Home Mortgage – $158,586 3 years ago


SpeshLTonyEarly July Update

Work 401K Loan – $4,500
Credit Card – $605 (To Be Paid Off by July 25th!)
My AAS Student Loans – $8,000
My Rasmussen BBM Student Loans – $6,700
K’s Student Loans – $9,750 ($5,750 by August)
Home Mortgage – $158,586 3 years ago


SpeshLTonyUpdate - End of June

1998 LeSabre – PAID OFF
401K Loan – $4,600
Credit Card – $700
My AAS Student Loans – $8,000
My BBM Student Loans – $6,700
Her Student Loans – $9,750 (soon to be $4,750)
Home Mortgage – $159,000 3 years ago


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