Behavior modified

It’s funny how things turn for the better when you set yourself a goal. Full credit to my husband for the tough love since I’m fuckin way too sensitive. I didn’t realize that all things adds  up with tiny purchases- and I’m able to see now the bigger scheme of things, as opposed to the loser behavior of looking at things in smaller batches,  and living life to what society dictates and suffer later.

I love our life, our lifestyle and it fulfills me that our vision together is motivation to have a better life, and not to look at others lives. It’s fulfilling to see that we don’t have debts, never owed anyone money, etc.

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Is my gig worth the literal pain?

Over the weekend i did a gig that needed me to walk for about 45 mins one way. The succeeding days were horrible specially yesterday amd today where i am now lying down in the guest bedroom where the matress is hard. I feel a little bad for my husband cos im unable to perform a lot of wifely stuff but i have to really take it easy. Tomorrow i shall do yoga and hopefully this pain will be done

new year, no debt

Unlike the majority of america starting this new month and new year, no january depression for me and my honey, no no no!

Why?

Because we did not insanely spend crazy last December. (Kinda sounded weird cos its only december yesterday)

After modifying our behavior specially the way i think, it has reinforced me to think weirdly about spending.

It blows my mind how my attitude shifted immensely after my hubby influenced me to watch dave ramsey. Marriage and money goes hand in hand and the more we communicate about our spending and financial fidelity the more i became more open and communicative to him. I am not even one of those spend crazy women but i know that all those impulse buys at ross, or target thinking “i deserve it” adds up.