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Financial Literacy!

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BC: SO, you've made it to the end of my little scrap book mind you this is just the begining of mydream life, it will get better!

FC: My life, as I know it.

1: This is a scrap book of how I achieved my dream life, or what I call my dream life, enjoy!

2: My mom helped me buy my first car, well.. my dream van. And I never got rid of it, I've wanted that car forever so I thought, why not keep it? | I didn't need to make any car payments, the van was around 3,000 dollars I had saved up half and my mom payed the rest. | I had to get new tires which were about $800 dollars, my dad paid for those

3: I attended UNC Charlotte, and I stayed there for about six years, and I earned my masters in clinical psyhology | I also had to pay to get the tags switched over and a new license plate, another 200 dollars.

4: Since I already had my masters in psychology, I was able to start right away as a psychologist, lucky me. I had clients waiting.

5: My dream house looks something like this! I got the inspiration from the movie UP. I just love the colors. I bought an old home for fairly cheep, (50,000) Once I was out of college, I started fixing it up. In total my repairs came up to $10,000. i paid for these in installments. | My morgage payments on this fairly cheep house were about $400 a month which wasn't bad. One thing I hated was the heat bill, It would cost me like $200 a month in the winter time.

6: So for my first actual vacation, I went to england! It was so fun, but it was crazy expensive, I spend exactly $3,000 it was well worth it though.

7: I spent about $75 on food each, day, and I ordered the cheep things, ahaha. I also had to pay for my hotel which was $172.00 a night. | I managed to spend about $400 for the car rental alone, Gas there was very expensive

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  • Title: Financial Literacy!
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  • Published: about 8 years ago