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    I still haven't... LOL. I can't really afford to right now. But hopefully the job I get after school will allow me to pay off debts, get a house and save for retirement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArgonCoagulator View Post
    I still haven't... LOL. I can't really afford to right now. But hopefully the job I get after school will allow me to pay off debts, get a house and save for retirement.
    What line of work you working on getting into?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MindlessWork View Post
    What line of work you working on getting into?
    Healthcare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArgonCoagulator View Post
    Healthcare.
    That’s good. My niece is an ER nurse and is finishing up her masters in public health and is in the running for public health director at the hospital she works at.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MindlessWork View Post
    That’s good. My niece is an ER nurse and is finishing up her masters in public health and is in the running for public health director at the hospital she works at.
    The ER is probably the most stressful environment to be a nurse. So kudos to her for handling that, as society depends on bad asses like her. Not sure what a Public Health Director does, but it sounds like more responsibility then I would want to take on. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArgonCoagulator View Post
    The ER is probably the most stressful environment to be a nurse. So kudos to her for handling that, as society depends on bad asses like her. Not sure what a Public Health Director does, but it sounds like more responsibility then I would want to take on. LOL
    Not sure of the exact title of the job she applied for but it had to do with public health.

    Yeah she be going home crying every night because of all the COVID-19 deaths she had to deal with as her unit was overflowing with cases for a good while. Also she just had a baby as well so that made her determined to better herself and i
    am sure she will succeed.
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    I am horrible with money and have been an irresponsible fuck for a long time.

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    When I turned 30 I had an awakening, a come to Jesus moment, without the Jesus part, if you will. I've always held a steady job, made decent money, and had a strong work ethic, just never saved money well. Most of my money went to partying and drug addiction during my 20's. Well when I turned 30 years old I had a realization and knew shit had to change. Now, several years later I have a family, a great wife, an amazing little boy, house, typical "American dream" situation I guess. I still battle my demons and still have plenty to work on in the personal growth department, but over all life is good.

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    I've always been financially responsible since I started working in 5th grade.....lol True story, I cleaned up a bingo hall on weekends when I was 10yrs old, rode my bike a couple miles to get there.
    Not saying I always made the best business decisions tho, but I never owed anybody money that I didnt pay back. That's why I have excellent credit score
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    Quote Originally Posted by HPM3TAL View Post
    When I turned 30 I had an awakening, a come to Jesus moment, without the Jesus part, if you will. I've always held a steady job, made decent money, and had a strong work ethic, just never saved money well. Most of my money went to partying and drug addiction during my 20's. Well when I turned 30 years old I had a realization and knew shit had to change. Now, several years later I have a family, a great wife, an amazing little boy, house, typical "American dream" situation I guess. I still battle my demons and still have plenty to work on in the personal growth department, but over all life is good.

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    Congrats on fighting the demons and never letting them take control. Getting a handle on things before they got out of control is a wise move as life is too short to piss away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Multislacking View Post
    Look into Dave Ramsey's "financial peace". It's simple and it's GREAT advice. I recommend it to everyone.
    I've read a few of his books. Listen to his radio station some times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MindlessWork View Post
    And that was only one time because I was laid off back in 2008 due to my department being eliminated. Took classes and now have a solid IT job. There are times you stumble thru no fault of your own and need help...that happens. In addition I paid a lot of taxes prior to that big layoff.

    KrossEyed and his buddy Bft84 are desperately upset I am in their heads now 😂😂
    I will take anything the government hands out. I've paid plenty to the feds.

    People bitch and complain because Biden wants to help with student loan debt but fuck y'all and your high horse bullshit. They are using my own money.

    Anyway, tangent

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROID View Post
    I will take anything the government hands out. I've paid plenty to the feds.

    People bitch and complain because Biden wants to help with student loan debt but fuck y'all and your high horse bullshit. They are using my own money.

    Anyway, tangent
    A lot of people get too many handouts without paying shit though...
    I understand where you're coming from, but you always have to look at things from both perspectives.

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    When I got a paper route as a kid (and then a real job at 15 washing dishes), our era, we grew up with strict parents working hard-ass jobs, saving and providing.
    I also paid 25.00 a month to live at home and eat their food at age 15 on, til I moved out at age 22. (25.00 a month in late 70's / early 80's was most of my paycheck).
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    When did you become financially responsible ?

    Quote Originally Posted by MindlessWork View Post
    Congrats on fighting the demons and never letting them take control. Getting a handle on things before they got out of control is a wise move as life is too short to piss away.
    Is that why you sold the “free candy” van and got rid of the cages???


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