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Happy Tuesday everyone. I hope you had a nice Thanksgiving. I went to Alabama for a few hours to visit with my family. It was my first time seeing many of them since last Christmas. I had a good time catching up with everyone. We also ate well too! I’m looking forward to seeing them again in December. Today’s post is my November 2017 debt & life update.
November was a lot slower than October was. I was happy for that. I was able to focus and get some things done that should help boost my side hustle income. At the time of writing this post, I had sold 11 items on eBay this month. That’s currently a record month for me. Below are a few of the things I sold. You can see the price that I bought it for and then you can see how much it sold for.
Have you thought about selling things on eBay but not sure where to start? If so, you should check out my course titled “The Beginner’s eBay Course.” The course has six modules that will teach you how to become an eBay expert.
I also recorded a video to show people how easy it is to create t-shirts with Teespring. Teespring is a platform that allows you to create t-shirts and other merchandise. You create a design and promote it. You get a percentage of each sale. You don’t have to deal with inventory or anything, which is perfect for someone who is looking to be as hands-off as possible. Selling shirts on Teespring is one of my favorite side hustles. You can watch the video that I made here.
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It’s time for my monthly debt update. Since October, my debt went down from $60,998.02 to $60,626.02. That’s a decrease of $372.
Loan 2 – Down from $2940 to $2640
Navient – Down from $23,257.10 to $23,187.87
Nelnet – Down from $34,800.92 to $34,798.15
If I can make over $626 worth of payments on this debt next month, I’ll be under $60,000! I know Christmas is coming up, but I’m going to make this happen by any means necessary. I won’t do anything illegal though.
How was November for you? If you’re in debt, how is the payoff coming?