Credit Card #1 and I have officially broken up!!!!!!!!

Yeh baby!

I just paid the last balance owing on Credit Card #1! It’s official – things are over between us.

In the 9th week of my debt smashing mission the balance  of Credit Card #1 has gone from  $2377.12 to $0.00

And it feels great!! I’d love to say I will miss his relentless interest and sneaky fees, but I absolutely will not!

The last time I saw his balance as $0.00 was at the start of our relationship. Everything always seems so great in the beginning right?

Anyways, its a WIN on my path to Debt Free!

I’m now onto Credit Card #2. Staring down the  barrel of that $4700 debt feels a bit draining (geez, it seemed like such a battle to knock out Credit Card #1!) BUT it can (and will!) be done.

To debt free, and beyond!!

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11 thoughts on “Credit Card #1 and I have officially broken up!!!!!!!!

  1. Fantastic Work! A huge accomplishment!

  2. That is awesome!! Keep it up 🙂

  3. Excellent! Congratulations!!!!

  4. that has to be an amazing feeling!!! congratulations

  5. That is so awesome. $2377.12 in 9 weeks is so incredible! Well done.

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