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$34,000 in Scholar Loans | My Financial debt Tale





$34,000 Scholar Loans Financial debt! | Who’s to Blame?
I attended a private HBCU. I grew up in a single parent residence, and with no personal savings for faculty. Watch this video clip if you want to know a genuine story of financial victory. Yrs of difficulty and dedication were equipped to aid me lastly commence the journey of financial liberty. Following disappointment of “not winning” I located the Whole Dollars Makeover by Dave Ramsey. It was difficult to accept the reality of my dollars errors. 3 decades soon after examining the Whole Dollars Makeover, finishing Toddler Phase 2 is my reality. This journey took faith to endure numerous trials. From underemployed to hospitilisation, to dropping dad and mom this is my story. Singles, you CAN get out of personal debt! Money liberty IS for Millennials! Love!

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10 comments

  1. Thank you for sharing your story and life's lessons!

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  2. BOOM! this is seriously needed…I was near 50K!

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  3. Great story young lady. Everyone’s stories are different.

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  4. Jalisa! This video is very inspiring and reminds me that I need to do whatever it takes to try to get this mountain removed from my life. Sometimes it gets discourging and the thought of paying off my loans of greater than 150K seems impossible, but people like you give me hope. Thank you for sharing your insights with the world! 🤗

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  5. I have 5k in debt because I realize that college isnt the end all be all and that it doesnt matter where I go to college so long as I major in something super technical and continually learn during and after it.

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  6. Debt can be crippling…but planning helps!!

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  7. It is so awesome that you are sharing your journey. Now I’m ready to go back to my Dave Ramsey workbook.

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  8. Paying off debt can be daunting, but taking one at a time makes it MUCH more feasible. Which debt would you pay off first?

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  9. Great educational benefits in the military.

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  10. Love this!!! Wish my sons would take heed. Lol! I imagine it takes a lot of passion, drive, and discipline to get here. Great job!

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