It has taken a bit of soul searching, but I'm going to set one financial goal. It's going to be a long term goal and progress is going to be slow. However, it is the thing that weighs on my mind when I consider financial issues.
My goal is to pay down approximately 20K in loans. These are loans that aren't backed by a corresponding asset. They are pure debt. Several other classes of debt have already been wrapped up and taken care of, but not this one.
While telling the world my financial details is somewhat difficult to do, I think slapping this goal front and center will be liberating. I had thought to make some less revealing goals, such as perhaps goals related to compliance, where it would be easy to maintain a high percentage.
Oh well, no use fooling myself, here's a real goal...
Pay back $20,000
Shoot, the gradations on my meter aren't even going to allow movement on a monthly basis! Ah well.
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