By Josh Wilson, a Millennial working to become his generation’s personal finance thought leader. For most Americans, stress is a part of everyday life. It can often be a motivating factor in our lives, pushing us to achieve goals or work harder. However, stress can also be incredibly damaging to both our minds and bodies, […]
Having endometriosis or any chronic illness presents a lot of interesting challenges to any relationship, but now that I am married I feel the pressure ten-fold! Since the first moments my husband and I started dating, he knew that our relationship would be a challenge. There was one outing that I think will forever define how our relationship is different than others – the Kennywood trip.
The best part of this year is going to be starting it with the surgery I have desperately been awaiting since the start of my pain relapse in November. My doctor’s office finally called on Friday, December 30, and informed me that I will be having my pre-op appointment on January 17, and surgery on January 19, 2017. I could not have been excited – you would have thought I was told I’d won the lottery!
As I press submit on the small green button, my heart is pounding. I’m finally making a step in the right direction – a major step – to take back control of my life and move forward to the goal I set at the beginning of October. Pay off ALL of my credit card debt […]