Taking the Long View

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  1. Michele Covino says:

    Bravo, Lisa! So happy for you. I’m dealing with similiar things but one day at a time and one payment at a time, I will get there. So encouraging and inspiring!

    • stilllearning2b says:

      You WILL get there! BTW – I framed the payments as the down payment on a better life. It made them more palatable and also gave me the conviction to not allow the money to go to waste. Something to think about:)

  2. Anonymous says:

    Congratulations 🎊🎉🍾 to you Lisa!!

  3. Congratulations!!!! I would give you a parade and pop the bubbly if I could!

  4. That’s awesome! I too can commiserate. It took me from 2007 to about 2017 to fully rebound from the “other’s” spending problems. Congrats!

  5. Congratulations! My ex left me with debt and a foreclosure on my credit, and I am trying to rebuild my life at the age of 42. It’s been a process, and your post made me feel so much less alone in this process. Thanks.

  6. Inspiring story! Congratulations

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