Re-experience What It’s Like to Feel Good About Your Money

by Jackie Beck

Have you ever felt bad for so long that you forgot what it was like to feel good? That can happen after a long illness, but it’s also what being in debt for a long time will do to you. You get used to carrying around the debt, and it becomes your normal. You forget that that things were different once.

But it doesn’t have to be that way.

Become debt free, and you’ll feel a weight lifted off your shoulders that you may not have even been fully aware of while you were carrying it. I know that’s exactly how I felt when I paid off my student loan.

Re-experience what it’s like to feel good

Get out of debt, and so much changes for the better. No more stress about needing to pay your creditors. No more paying more for everything after taking interest into account. Significantly less worry about what will happen if you lose your job or experience an emergency.

More money on hand, every month, to spend, save or invest as you see fit. More yeses. More opportunities.

Every little bit helps

Every time you pay off a debt — or even “just” send a snowflake toward what you owe — you get a little bit of that good feeling back. So take a step in the direction of debt freedom today. Send something toward your debt, and celebrate being that much closer to feeling really good about your money.

Get out of debt. Change your life for good.

Posted in Get Out of Debt Inspiration | 7 comments.

7 Responses to Re-experience What It’s Like to Feel Good About Your Money

  1. Yes, celebrating the small steps toward financial freedom is the only way someone will dig themselves out of a big hole.

  2. I am debt free, and oh man, it feels nice!

  3. Good thoughts. I still have a mortgage, but have paid off all of my other debts. I am now focused on achieving financial independence, which will be the next major dose of freedom. :)