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    Default Success! --- 6 mo FFEF is done!

    Whoo Hoo!

    Finally done!

    Today is pay day, thus just transferred the last of the funds needed to completely fill my 6 month EF.

    It's been a long time coming.

    I'll still be adding money to this fund, we have a car replacement needing to occur soon as well as a maternity fund to save and the land downpayment, so we will still be in BS3 for some time.

    However, I do have money in the bank to cover 6 months of no income.

    Just had to share, I had some struggles with maintaining my intensity a few months ago, and the village did help pull be back into the straight and narrow, so thank you to all as well.

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    :woohoo:



    That's awesome!

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    That's fantastic!

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    Wow! Great work. I am no where near that accomplishment.
    The math never lies, budget in INK!


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    Awesome job with the FFEF!

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    Congrats and well done.

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    Congrats on all your hard work!!

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    that is inspirational!

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    YAY!! Way to go!!!

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    Good for you!
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    Yay!...Lucky you! What a lot of hard work! Good job!
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    wow - just wow...
    I am about 2 pay days away
    I hope it feels fatastic!

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    1st off... CONGRATS! 2ndly on a sad note, I just now figured out what FFEF means! haha!

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    that is awesome. Congrats. WTG.

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    Thanks all.

    I had some real motivation issues, flat screen TV's calling my name, etc. But I powered thru it and now it's done.

    It's a cool thing for certain, but I don't feel that huge sense of accomplishment as I still have a lot of other goals to meet with savings.

    For whatever reason it was a lot more "fun" to pay off debt, than it is to save money in the bank.
    Last edited by Denvergirlie; 04-16-2009 at 09:22 AM.

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