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About a year after I finished graduate school, my grandfather passed away unexpectedly. My husband and I were exactly a year out from our wedding. I still remember getting the call as my mother-in-law and I were driving home from wedding dress shopping. I was working hard to save up for my contribution to the wedding and pay off at least one of my student loans before I said “I do.” It seemed like every dollar that came through my bank account was already earmarked and accounted for. My mom asked: “Can you come home for the funeral?” As soon as I got back to my apartment, I looked up airline tickets. It would cost nearly $1,000 round trip for me to fly home. Wow! I called the airline to ask about a bereavement fare. They could give me flexibility on my return flight, but the price was still the price. I checked my emergency fund, which I had been slowly building since graduate school, it wasn’t enough. I wasn’t willing to sacrifice my wedding or student loan repayment goals. So I told my mom, “No, I don’t think I’ll be able to make it.” Saying those words stung. I come from a close-knit family. I wanted to be there to support my dad. I knew that my mom would be wearing a lot of different hats in addition to dealing with her own grief. They needed me, and I needed to be with them. I am grateful my other set of grandparents called and offered to pay the majority of my flight costs so I was able to make it home for the funeral after all. After this experience, I vowed to make my emergency fund a priority. I never wanted to be put in a position again where I had to choose between my family and my financial goals. Whether you don’t currently have anything set aside or you’re in the process of saving toward the long-term goal, find some tips to help you build and maintain your emergency fund in this week's blog article #linkinbio #money#moneytips#moneymotivated#moneysaving#goal#goaldigger#goalgetter
I’m sorry but if you don’t help me grow then you gotta go. Make a list of the things holding you back and burn it. 🔥 - Today’s a new beginning. Vow to start the day knowing you are worthy of love, health and happiness. Anyone who doesn’t recognize that or anything in your way of that is yesterday’s news.
If someone were to ask you what chapter in life you’re experiencing, what would you say? I asked myself this question while writing this. My answer came out to be PATIENCE. With life’s twist and turns it’s easy to grow impatient while waiting for the things we’ve prayed for to manifest. It’s important to train our minds, body and spirit while we’re in the “waiting” season. If you allow life to just “happen” to you and confuse patience with inactivity, how could you reach your goals? What does patience mean to you? Are you still working towards your dreams while being patient as they come into fruition? Check out my new book, (LINK IN BIO) I touch base on this subject! #godscreation