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New goals and challenges ahead...

June 14th, 2015 at 07:19 pm

only 20 days debt free and I still haven't fully realized what I have achieved. So today I sat down and started reading some of the blogs and quickly realized it was time to get focused again.

The first thing I noticed, is how focused everyone is on retirement and secondly how this forum helps cheer you on to reach goals that you never thought you would reach. ever!

So here I am now 53 years with only 12 years to go before I retire and very short on retirement savings. So my key focus has to be retirement savings at all costs with security for an emergency and enough money to get my daughter started at college. She will have to work for a grant or bursary after this money is finished or self-fund but that is the way it is.

I have just put her into an international school so that she can improve her opportunities for studying overseas on a scholarship and that is where I have spent the education fund mostly. So far it has been a great decision.

I am now in my 3rd year of my post graduate degree so next year I will be finished. That money will be put back into saving for my retirement funding.

I don't want to be one the nurses who are still having to work at 70 because they didn't have enough saved.

By the way I left my debt balances up in my panel as a reminder to me of how far I have come and also to encourage others that they too can get there.

Oh well that's about it for now... keep dreaming of the promise of financial freedom... its nearly here for all of us!!!

3 Responses to “New goals and challenges ahead...”

  1. Ima saver Says:

    Congratulations, you have done a great job!

  2. VS_ozgirl Says:

    Good luck with your next lot of challenges!

  3. freeme journey Says:

    Thanks everyone for all the celebrations!!! It's so great to have this forum - in the real world, people just look at me strangely when I say "that will have to wait until pay day, we'll manage until then". At least here I know, even when we say "I'll wait 2 pay days" someone will say "you can do it!" Have a great day.

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