@Risk Remix: A Look Back

1 06 2009

Photo courtesy of ZaksterNT

*This is the second time I’ve turned to this image for a post, the first was “Full Circle: How our TMM Began…“. I encourage you to read it as well. This picture represents perfectly how our financial situation felt before (Barren) and how it feels now in comparison (Overflowing)

Today I found myself looking back over a few posts from nearly a year ago, just to see how far we’ve come in that amount of time. I really must say that I’m pretty amazed by what I saw. The post in question is “1/3 way home” And it was about how excited we were to reach a minor milestone in our journey.

At the time we had just finished paying off the 10th bill out of the 30 that we started with, so we had just passed the 1/3 mark on our debt snowball list.

Fastforward to today and we are WELL into paying off the 32nd bill out of the 41 we now have on that same list. That means we are 3/4 of the way done with the ‘list’!

At the same time we have officially passed the Half-way mark on our debt total as well. We’ve paid off $52,730.06 and have $$51,506 left to pay before we are DEBT FREE!

WHAT A DIFFERENCE A YEAR MAKES!! So I guess in our case you could say that “Hindsight is 50/50!” We’re halfway there!!! I can’t wait to see where we are this time next year! We should be heading into the Home Strecth at that point!

It’s never too late to start, if you have not already! We’re here for you, so let’s GO!

@W

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