The Right Way To Do Vacations: Debt-Free

The Right Way To Do Vacations: Debt-Free


(upbeat music) – Alright, the part of the show where we get to celebrate you guys. That’s right. She Works Hard Saving Money. Rachel said—oh Rachel
great name Rach, love it. “We wanted to tile our bedroom
with wood-looking tiles. We sold some old furniture, but everything was way over that budget until we found a tile on sale
for 52 cents each at Lowe’s. The Lowe’s in our town didn’t
have the amount we needed, so we drove 30 minutes to another Lowe’s, where we found it full price for $2.89. We spoke to the manager and
she honored the sale price. Under total discount on our receipt, it says $406.56 and we paid cash #sheworkshardsavingmoney.” Rachel, that is amazing, so fun. Teresa said, “We have waited
five years to visit Scotland. Stationed in Germany. We knew it would be expensive, physical, and hard, but we did it. Our 19-month-old loved it and climbed through all the
castles and abbeys we visited. Our Scotland line item gave
us permission to spend.” Amazing, Teresa. Thank you guys so much for
your service, I love it. Rilea said, “18 and
debt-free in nine months. Paid off $7,000 between
my car and my phone, and now to pay for my
MBA without student debt. So far so good with community
college for two years. Have almost $3,000 of the $8,000 saved up to cover my first year of
my three year university in 2020. Woohoo, no more payments ever.” Amazing, Rilea. You guys, you’re killing it. I love it. So, so good. Remember to post your pictures and your videos with the
hashtag, #sheworkshardsavingmoney. (upbeat music)

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