How life was awesome today: the :fuckyeah: thread

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if she could use some advice about IR/National Security/etc related stuff from a recent graduate, please DM me. I’ll shoot you a DM with some starters for now.
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I had to learn most of these first hand, so I assume there is a bit of redundancy. My parents never went to college and never went to school in the U.S. in general, so I had to learn a lot about how the "system" is as I went along.
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DFD. The forum where everybody makes the same choices and then tells anybody trying to join the club that they are the stupidest motherfucker to ever walk the earth.

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As of today, exactly seven years, two months, and 12 days after graduation, I am officially finished paying off my student loans. I just submitted my final payment of $1,964. It's been a really big pain in my ass but I paid back about $40,000. Thank God my tuba scholarship paid for most of college because that was bad enough.

I am now (other than my monthly CC balance) 100% debt free. Paid off car, student loans, and all other debts.

Feels good man.

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As of today, exactly seven years, two months, and 12 days after graduation, I am officially finished paying off my student loans. I just submitted my final payment of $1,964. It's been a really big pain in my ass but I paid back about $40,000. Thank God my tuba scholarship paid for most of college because that was bad enough.

I am now (other than my monthly CC balance) 100% debt free. Paid off car, student loans, and all other debts.

Feels good man.

:millennial:
:fuckyeah:

I’ve got another 12 years to go! Outstanding balances of ~$60,000. Only been paying for 8 years already too.

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As of today, exactly seven years, two months, and 12 days after graduation, I am officially finished paying off my student loans. I just submitted my final payment of $1,964. It's been a really big pain in my ass but I paid back about $40,000. Thank God my tuba scholarship paid for most of college because that was bad enough.

I am now (other than my monthly CC balance) 100% debt free. Paid off car, student loans, and all other debts.

Feels good man.

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Thats awesome, im just tad over a year away for my mk7's payoff, just in time for future potential german repairs and maintenance comes in. Definitely consider keeping it till around 90-100k. Given my driving situation as of right now, roughly 2.5 years. About 3 years and 10 months and almost clocked at 65k
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D Griff wrote:As of today, exactly seven years, two months, and 12 days after graduation, I am officially finished paying off my student loans. I just submitted my final payment of $1,964. It's been a really big pain in my ass but I paid back about $40,000. Thank God my tuba scholarship paid for most of college because that was bad enough.

I am now (other than my monthly CC balance) 100% debt free. Paid off car, student loans, and all other debts.

Feels good man.

:millennial:
:notbad:

We've still got $100k or so on the :haus: and probably will end up owing significantly more on the next :haus: - I kind of miss my old townhouse lyfe with no debt and no responsibilities.

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Mon Jul 23, 2018 9:38 pm
D Griff wrote:
Mon Jul 23, 2018 9:34 pm
As of today, exactly seven years, two months, and 12 days after graduation, I am officially finished paying off my student loans. I just submitted my final payment of $1,964. It's been a really big pain in my ass but I paid back about $40,000. Thank God my tuba scholarship paid for most of college because that was bad enough.

I am now (other than my monthly CC balance) 100% debt free. Paid off car, student loans, and all other debts.

Feels good man.

:millennial:
Thats awesome, im just tad over a year away for my mk7's payoff, just in time for future potential german repairs and maintenance comes in. Definitely consider keeping it till around 90-100k. Given my driving situation as of right now, roughly 2.5 years. About 3 years and 10 months and almost clocked at 65k
:iono: GTIs are pretty good cars really, other than a few lemons. I will likely own one again.

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D Griff wrote:
Mon Jul 23, 2018 9:34 pm
As of today, exactly seven years, two months, and 12 days after graduation, I am officially finished paying off my student loans. I just submitted my final payment of $1,964. It's been a really big pain in my ass but I paid back about $40,000. Thank God my tuba scholarship paid for most of college because that was bad enough.

I am now (other than my monthly CC balance) 100% debt free. Paid off car, student loans, and all other debts.

Feels good man.

:millennial:
:fuckyeah: Man, nice job! And you did it without living in mama's basement :crang: style. :like:
:wap: Where are these mangos?

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D Griff wrote:
Mon Jul 23, 2018 9:34 pm
As of today, exactly seven years, two months, and 12 days after graduation, I am officially finished paying off my student loans. I just submitted my final payment of $1,964. It's been a really big pain in my ass but I paid back about $40,000. Thank God my tuba scholarship paid for most of college because that was bad enough.

I am now (other than my monthly CC balance) 100% debt free. Paid off car, student loans, and all other debts.

Feels good man.

:millennial:
Outstanding. Might be time for a decent steak.
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Desertbreh wrote:
Mon Jul 23, 2018 10:46 pm
D Griff wrote:
Mon Jul 23, 2018 9:34 pm
As of today, exactly seven years, two months, and 12 days after graduation, I am officially finished paying off my student loans. I just submitted my final payment of $1,964. It's been a really big pain in my ass but I paid back about $40,000. Thank God my tuba scholarship paid for most of college because that was bad enough.

I am now (other than my monthly CC balance) 100% debt free. Paid off car, student loans, and all other debts.

Feels good man.

:millennial:
Outstanding. Might be time for a decent steak.
Had a nice salmon and shrimp dinner on the company card. :notbad:

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D Griff wrote:
Mon Jul 23, 2018 9:42 pm
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Thats awesome, im just tad over a year away for my mk7's payoff, just in time for future potential german repairs and maintenance comes in. Definitely consider keeping it till around 90-100k. Given my driving situation as of right now, roughly 2.5 years. About 3 years and 10 months and almost clocked at 65k
:iono: GTIs are pretty good cars really, other than a few lemons. I will likely own one again.
Couldn’t agree more. It’s just a genuinely good car as a viable only car for an enthusiast, great for road trips, super easy to park in DC. When I move onto something else, i’ll definitely miss it. I can see why :plac: went back to a GTI.

Most likely thinking about moving onto a 5.0h or a wrx when the time comes
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D Griff wrote:
Mon Jul 23, 2018 9:34 pm
As of today, exactly seven years, two months, and 12 days after graduation, I am officially finished paying off my student loans. I just submitted my final payment of $1,964. It's been a really big pain in my ass but I paid back about $40,000. Thank God my tuba scholarship paid for most of college because that was bad enough.

I am now (other than my monthly CC balance) 100% debt free. Paid off car, student loans, and all other debts.

Feels good man.

:millennial:
:bravo: man, that's a lot of :waxer: to shell out but playing it off ASAP is definitely the right move. Congrats on the accomplishment!

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D Griff wrote:
Mon Jul 23, 2018 9:34 pm
As of today, exactly seven years, two months, and 12 days after graduation, I am officially finished paying off my student loans. I just submitted my final payment of $1,964. It's been a really big pain in my ass but I paid back about $40,000. Thank God my tuba scholarship paid for most of college because that was bad enough.

I am now (other than my monthly CC balance) 100% debt free. Paid off car, student loans, and all other debts.

Feels good man.

:millennial:
Congratulations Griff!!!

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D Griff wrote:
Mon Jul 23, 2018 9:34 pm
As of today, exactly seven years, two months, and 12 days after graduation, I am officially finished paying off my student loans. I just submitted my final payment of $1,964. It's been a really big pain in my ass but I paid back about $40,000. Thank God my tuba scholarship paid for most of college because that was bad enough.

I am now (other than my monthly CC balance) 100% debt free. Paid off car, student loans, and all other debts.

Feels good man.

:millennial:
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D Griff wrote:
Mon Jul 23, 2018 9:34 pm
As of today, exactly seven years, two months, and 12 days after graduation, I am officially finished paying off my student loans. I just submitted my final payment of $1,964. It's been a really big pain in my ass but I paid back about $40,000. Thank God my tuba scholarship paid for most of college because that was bad enough.

I am now (other than my monthly CC balance) 100% debt free. Paid off car, student loans, and all other debts.

Feels good man.

:millennial:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JqbXQa05Z6c
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Thanks guys. It feels good man. That was a long road, but I've truly graduated from :trudy: status now. I still can't afford $12 avocado toast :doe: :disgust: .

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Tue Jul 24, 2018 10:32 am
D Griff wrote:
Mon Jul 23, 2018 9:34 pm
As of today, exactly seven years, two months, and 12 days after graduation, I am officially finished paying off my student loans. I just submitted my final payment of $1,964. It's been a really big pain in my ass but I paid back about $40,000. Thank God my tuba scholarship paid for most of college because that was bad enough.

I am now (other than my monthly CC balance) 100% debt free. Paid off car, student loans, and all other debts.

Feels good man.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JqbXQa05Z6c
:lolol:

I actually remember viewing this back when I graduated... Sallie sold my loans a few years back :doe: , final payment was to Navient.

It's funny though, I still haven't yet matched my income right after graduation. I worked a 9-6 job at Miami Beach for $15/hour then would go work at night clubs/weddings in the evenings making $30-60/hour as a sound mixer. Working 14 hours/day most days sucked but I paid $10k off of my loans in the first six months. It was slow going ever since.

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:lolol:

I actually remember viewing this back when I graduated... Sallie sold my loans a few years back :doe: , final payment was to Navient.

It's funny though, I still haven't yet matched my income right after graduation. I worked a 9-6 job at Miami Beach for $15/hour then would go work at night clubs/weddings in the evenings making $30-60/hour as a sound mixer. Working 14 hours/day most days sucked but I paid $10k off of my loans in the first six months. It was slow going ever since.
I paid back Nelnet 2 years ago. It took my ~4.5 year to pay back $11k borrowed. So :impressive: on your part man!

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My wife's business has reached the sustainable benchmark today. She is averaging over 15 appointments per week now. That puts her making more money than the job she left to start private practice. And she has reached each goal for business relatively quickly as she continues to grow.

very :notbad: overall.
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D Griff wrote:
Mon Jul 23, 2018 9:34 pm
As of today, exactly seven years, two months, and 12 days after graduation, I am officially finished paying off my student loans. I just submitted my final payment of $1,964. It's been a really big pain in my ass but I paid back about $40,000. Thank God my tuba scholarship paid for most of college because that was bad enough.

I am now (other than my monthly CC balance) 100% debt free. Paid off car, student loans, and all other debts.

Feels good man.

:millennial:
:impressive:

congrats. I had no where near that but still felt good to tell them to piss off
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My wife's business has reached the sustainable benchmark today. She is averaging over 15 appointments per week now. That puts her making more money than the job she left to start private practice. And she has reached each goal for business relatively quickly as she continues to grow.

very :notbad: overall.
That's awesome. What does she do?
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dubshow wrote:
Tue Jul 24, 2018 2:36 pm
My wife's business has reached the sustainable benchmark today. She is averaging over 15 appointments per week now. That puts her making more money than the job she left to start private practice. And she has reached each goal for business relatively quickly as she continues to grow.

very :notbad: overall.
That's awesome. What does she do?
out patient counseling/therapy :therapist:

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That's awesome. What does she do?
out patient counseling/therapy :therapist:

www.kimbroughtherapy.com
Nice man! Good for her.
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D Griff wrote:
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:lolol:

I actually remember viewing this back when I graduated... Sallie sold my loans a few years back :doe: , final payment was to Navient.

It's funny though, I still haven't yet matched my income right after graduation. I worked a 9-6 job at Miami Beach for $15/hour then would go work at night clubs/weddings in the evenings making $30-60/hour as a sound mixer. Working 14 hours/day most days sucked but I paid $10k off of my loans in the first six months. It was slow going ever since.
I probably wouldn’t complain working at clubs for sound mixing for a short gig. But that may get old fairly quickly. That was a great start
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My wife's business has reached the sustainable benchmark today. She is averaging over 15 appointments per week now. That puts her making more money than the job she left to start private practice. And she has reached each goal for business relatively quickly as she continues to grow.

very :notbad: overall.
:notbad: indeed.
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Tue Jul 24, 2018 2:36 pm
My wife's business has reached the sustainable benchmark today. She is averaging over 15 appointments per week now. That puts her making more money than the job she left to start private practice. And she has reached each goal for business relatively quickly as she continues to grow.

very :notbad: overall.
Awesome. She should be very proud, it takes hard work to succeed.
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