In January….

Bills were unpaid, rents were period was getting out of hand, landlords were getting impatient and pockets and accounts were empty. At this point, the dilemma set in. to make the matter worse the overall economy run into a recession. This was not short term but would last for the next two years before the situation would stabilize. At this time hell broke loose. Everyone was running for loans which would in turn increase interest rates and become a burden to bear. However it was a lesson well learnt, not to use all your money on festivities.

But thank goodness, all is better now.

Last Year in Dec.

December 20th of Last Year….

We were all looking forward to break for Christmas. Mixed up with joy of celebrations of the festivity season. We waited gladly to have a break from work and at least enjoy some times with our family members. People spent money on goodies and gifts. The economy experienced what economists’ terms as a short period boom. The joy overwhelmed the environment and made most of us forget that January was nearing and would hit hard. Looking for unsecured bad credit loans helped a little bit but not too much because I was trying to get into college.

Later, I also found that I was looking for more than 1 way to get into college. I thought about trying to different programs that award money, I did talk to my advisor about a site I found on quick scholarships, but I was leary about the processes this went through

As We Move Forward

As we are moving forward and into the beginning of 2014. There are some lessons we have learned in school. Some of which have been very help and others, well they may just take up empty space because I wondcandleer if some of the things I have learned have been able to really give solid direction in life.

The video has some great moments and I am glad that most dogs are not as moody as we are.

I love that video, because not only do I love the water, I have been able to teach our youngest on how to swim.

Our favorite site for US money news  ABC Money

Whew, that was fun, in accounting class yesterday, we were looking at a sample article from consolidation loans for people with bad credit although we took the stance that it may not be beneficial to go the route that the site was talking about, the country is def. in a different state. However, some argued that this is nothing new but that the problems are just shifting around a little bit, for example, this pree release on credit debt basically says the same thing, but really? This may be something we may revisit for our readers, we will give a couple of resources about this as well. For example in Money and Life on Yahoo

A look into Forbes will give you anyone a a little bit of a different story too. This mostly shows people who have been able to make something from nothings, and sometimes it gives great ideas on business too.