When you turned 18, you were probably “rewarded” with your very first credit card. What that first credit card said to your young, impressionable brain was, “the bank sees me as a grown-up who can be trusted with their money!”
Getting out of debt and treading your own path can be achievable – but you need to have a plan.
In your 20s you learn, in your 30s you earn. At 22, I wouldn’t make money your “soul” goal (or you’ll risk losing your soul, and wind up working in banking).
Getting the can this close to Christmas is a shocker!
Like a high school nerd trying to score a date to the dance, being rejected 150 times is God’s way of telling you that you need a new plan.
Good evening ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to the Fogey Awards for 2014…