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Congratulations Jenniffer our $10,000 winner!

 

Happy New Year!
Jenniffer
2017 has been quite a year for my finances. Grab a cup of hot cocoa or a Starbucks tall decaf raspberry non-fat no whip no foam mocha and sit down next to fire to reminisce with me.
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The ego of spending
Venus
Around the holidays (Christmas mostly) I notice how money comes in forms of our own ego. When I refer to ego, I’m talking about an expanded version of ourselves. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t think there is anything wrong with having a big ego, I think it’s pretty healthy actually. Having a big ego is what helps many very successful people succeed. They operate from a bigger version of who they currently are, therefore that become that. In that form, an ego help us create a better reality which is great.
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Roxy’s Holiday Expressions
Karl and Heather
Throughout our months in Project Money we have shared feelings and thoughts of every family member with the exception of one…Roxy. The fact that she is a dog is all the more reason for us to share how she’s handling the elevated financial stress of the holiday season.  
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Looking Ahead
Moriah and Terrance
Our Project Money experience has been centered around good planning and execution. Now that we are coming to the end of this journey, we thought it would be good to tackle one more area in which we need some help: Retirement. We have no idea what we are doing when it comes to retirement planning. 
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What’s next?
Venus
Now that I accomplished my goal of paying of my credit card debt and watching my credit score go up, now what’s next? The reason why I chose to focused just on my credit card because it was doing major damage to my credit score. One of my biggest goal is to purchase a house next year. 
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To Invest or Not To Invest?
Jenniffer
That’s the question that I’ve been asking myself for the past couple of months since I finally peeked out of the debt hole that I have been in for the past year. I am finally carrying little to no debt thanks to Project Money, and I’m smelling the fresh financial air for the first time in my life. And I’m really liking how it feels.
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