Plan A: Pay all the bills, get back to zero (as I've mentioned a million times before), move to southern Connecticut.
Didn't work. Reason: Had to buy a new vehicle. Old one crapped out. Back in debt again.
Plan B: Pay just the credit card off, figure out something later.
This won't work either.. it's not a plan, really. More like staying in a rut.
Plan F: Save together some money and move somewhere else, start over. "F" is for fuggit.
After a discussion with a friend last night I came to realize that..
a) We all got bills and trying to get out of them is a futile attempt, because once you pay one off there's another right around the @*% corner.
b) Happiness is more important than money. At present, the happiness factor is low on the scale - that needs to change.
c) I've said it before, I'll say it again.. I really want to get out of here. After much thought, I don't believe "there" (my destination) will be another "here".
Time to execution of Plan F: Indeterminate, but I'll let you know. 😉
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