I broke up with Credit Card #2!!

Yesterday I paid the final amount of $930 to credit card #2.

Things are officially over between us. I am dragging that ball and chain (and interest rate) around no longer!

5k of credit card debt – SMASHED! Balance $0.00

Final debt challenge – my personal loan.

Bigger than either of my credit cards, but I feel like I’ve built some momentum breaking up that last card and I’m ready to go all the way to splitsville with the loan!

Let’s DO this.


8 thoughts on “I broke up with Credit Card #2!!

  1. Well done! I’m so proud of you! 😛

  2. Lana says:

    That is awesome so have you canceled the card?.

    • thank you! Yes,cancelled one of the credit cards I have paid off. That was a great feeling! The other I am keeping open (with a reduced limit) to charge work expenses to when I travel for work. I don’t have a company credit card unfortunately 😉

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