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Looking forward to tommorrow...

August 16th, 2006 at 10:42 am

Spoke to the buyer of my timeshare today and I should be getting paid for it tomorrow Smile

First thing to do:
1. Get current with CC2
2. Save my mini EMF
3. Renegotiate a lower rate with CC2

Then I think I will let it sink in that I have some extra money to put against debt and see if I make bonus at the end of the month. If I don't I will need to use some of the money towards daily expenses.

Either way, what a relief Smile Smile

Met with the CEO of my client today and he wanted to see if I would be interested in negotiating towards the end of August. Told him it would depend on whether the Managing Director had left or not - that was the most important issue. Then of course, secondly what they were offering.

In the meantime, I have to stay focused on working towards my sales target - don't want to get sidetracked on something that may never happen.

Feeling better today - just the leftover headache from my migraine. Think an early night should sort that out.

Roll on tomorrow...

3 Responses to “Looking forward to tommorrow...”

  1. ima saver Says:

    Getting rid of that timeshare should really take a load off your mind.

  2. LdyFaile Says:

    Horray! I'm doing the same thing, I just signed and sent off the paperwork that I needed to fill out today to transfer my timeshare to someone else. She'll then fill out her part and mail it on to the company. I'm so excited! I have a similar list of things to do with that extra money.

    First, pay off CC2 which should only be used for grocery/gas (because I get 5% cash back on those purchases and pay the balance of those purches off twice a month) but has lately been used for emergency other things.

    Then I'll be able to stop doing the rob Peter to pay Paul thing with CC1. I use CC1 to pay cell and cable, then take the money I would have paid on cell and cable and use it to make up the minimum payment on CC1.

    Whatever is left is heading straight into savings towards creating my Emergency Fund.

  3. freeme journey Says:

    Yup no timeshare - what a relief that the levies won't come through again next year.
    Robbing Peter to pay Paul - been there too - not fun but the things we do to get by.
    Wonder what would happen if we applied our creative minds to saving money instead of moving it around to cover ourselves - I think it could be quite interesting.
    Keep going - WE ARE GOING TO GET THERE
    Bronwyn

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