Are you ready to master your money by 25? First, tell me if this sounds like you.
You just graduated or have been out of school for a few years. You left school with a thousands in student loan debt. And you probably don’t love your job, but, hey, it’s why you went to college. So, you suffer through it.
Any of that ring a bell?
I’m 32 years old as I write this, but I’ve been where you are. I’ve been confused about the student loan bills coming in the mail. Wait, I owe how much?
I’ve hated (and still do) being stuck in a cubicle and not being able to see the sunlight.
I left St. Joseph’s University in 2006 (Go Hawks) with $20,000 in student loans.
The difference between you and I is I’m on the other side of it. I’m you about 8 to 10 years later. And, guess what, I survived.
If you hang in here with me, I’ll show you how you can master your money by 25. (Note: If you’re older than that, should you just forget the advice below? No, read it anyway! Unless, of course, you want to keep living in the dark about your money).