PAYING OFF MY HOME ONE MONTH AT A TIME (post #11)

Well here it is again.  Time to update you on the latest balance of my mortgage.  Only one month ago my mortgage was $2000.00 more than what I owe now.  I was hoping to be able to pay an extra $3000.00 per month, but that isn’t quite happening yet.  I will need to work a […]

SPENDING ON VALENTINE’S

So today I went to Albertson’s grocery store to buy some things that I couldn’t get at WalMart (they had no asparagus..my Walmart is usually out of everything, they don’t stock it very well) or at Aldi (amazingly, Aldi was also completely out of asparagus).  Albertson’s is one of your more expensive grocery stores here […]

PAYING OFF MY HOME ONE MONTH AT A TIME (post #10)

Well, so much for me updating my blog every 2 weeks! I really apologize to everyone.  With the holidays, the birthdays, the working overtime, and the illnesses of winter time (I don’t know why, but I have been sick more times this year than any other year in my life) I am finally trying to […]

PAYING OFF MY HOME ONE MONTH AT A TIME (post #9)

Well Merry Christmas to everyone!!!!  How did everyone’s budget do??? Mine did good.  I did not go over my budget this year (I usually don’t).  This year I had actually stopped saving cash every paycheck and instead sent money to my Vanguard cash account every paycheck so I wouldn’t have all that cash sitting around […]

PAYING OFF MY HOME ONE MONTH AT A TIME (post #3)

I know, I know….I was supposed to have this 3rd post out a couple of weeks ago but…..it’s very hard when your BF is already retired and wants to spend your days off with you. I’ll take all of the time with him I can get!!! So here we go: How does that look?  I […]

PAYING OFF MY HOME ONE MONTH AT A TIME (post #2)

How do you pay off your home early?  By being focused and on fire. The following shows how I am using my amortization schedule to keep track of how much I currently owe on my house.  I will show you every two weeks how my progress is going (growing?). 2 weeks ago I showed you […]