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Krystel

Blog Info

Name:
All She Saves
Category:
Debt
Tags:
Millennial, Travel, Student Loans
Start Year:
2017

Blogger Bio

Net worth:
$40,000.00
Location:
Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States
Age:
20s
Race:
Asian
Gender:
Female
Life stage:
SINK (Single Income, No Kids)
Profession:
Corporate Event Planner
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Latest Blog Posts

Sad. Worried. Jealous. Overwhelmed. Hopeful. I have felt all of these words at some time during my debt payoff journey, sometimes more than one feeling at once. What is it about paying off student loans that makes you feel emotionally drained? When I started this aggressive debt payoff at the beginning of the year, I felt like I was on top of the world. After YEARS, I finally had a solid ...
Posted: Oct 15 2017 @ 4:54 PM
If you know me, you know that I love to travel. I believe that traveling feeds the soul, and though I’m on a journey to become debt free, I can’t stop my wanderlust. I like to travel as much as my budget allows, and Tom and I have a goal to travel internationally at least once a year. After each trip, I’ll document my best money savings tips and share ...
Posted: Sep 10 2017 @ 10:13 PM
Summer is officially coming to an end, and though it makes me SO sad, that means I can STOP SPENDING SO MUCH EXTRA MONEY! As I mentioned in my July Savings Report, there have been a lot of life activities this summer (i.e. weddings, travel, etc.) that made my spending significantly increase. Here’s how I did in August with my goal of paying off $50,000 of student loan debt in ...
Posted: Sep 03 2017 @ 3:27 PM
If you know me, you know that I love to travel. I believe that traveling feeds the soul, and though I’m on a journey to become debt free, I can’t stop my wanderlust. I like to travel as much as my budget allows, and Tom and I have a goal to travel internationally at least once a year. After each trip, I’ll document my best money savings tips and share ...
Posted: Aug 27 2017 @ 9:09 PM
Hello everyone! I hope you’ve been having a wonderful summer. I must say, summer is NOT an easy time to try to save money, which you will unfortunately see in my next two Savings Reports. All of my additional expenses have gone to items that I definitely would not want to cut or say no to in my life, such as travel or participating in a friend’s wedding. That being ...
Posted: Aug 26 2017 @ 9:25 PM
It’s time to share my first monthly savings report with all of you! Since I started this blog in May, my goal is to stick to a specific monthly budget to plan to pay off $50,000 in student loan debt over the next 4 years. So how did I do in June? Budget areas on goal in June 2017: Bills & Utilities Student Loan Payment Restaurants Charity (non-profit donation) Rent Staying on target with my non-profit donation ...
Posted: Jul 09 2017 @ 8:55 PM
Summer is one of the hardest times for me to limit my spending. Summers in Minnesota don’t last long, so I want to soak up (no pun intended) every minute of it. If I could choose, I would spend every summer afternoon on a patio, sipping on mojitos. But since I’m on a budget, I need to find alternative ways to make that happen. Fortunately, one of my favorite things ...
Posted: Jun 15 2017 @ 11:19 PM
Last week I wrote about the first part of my plan to pay off $50,000 in student loan debt. This is Part Two: How I Plan To Pay Off $50,000 of Student Loan Debt. Click here to read Part One. Track my debt payoff Now that I have a plan in place, I am going to track my spending in each budgeted category through Mint. Each morning, I log onto Mint and make ...
Posted: Jun 06 2017 @ 9:48 PM
So, here I am, month one of my goal of paying off $50,000 of student loan debt in the next four years (or less). How exactly do I plan on doing that, you ask? Here are the main components of my plan, some of which I’ve already done: Remove unnecessary spending In 2014, I had a debt emergency (more on that in a later post). My emergency forced me to look at all ...
Posted: May 30 2017 @ 8:17 PM
Well, here goes nothing. This is my first official post for allshesaves.com and wow, does it feel good! I initially created this blog in March of this year as I began my journey to paying off $50,000+ student loan debt in four years or less. Three months later, I finally got off my butt and gained the courage to write my first post. This blog is purely to hold me accountable to ...
Posted: May 29 2017 @ 7:08 PM

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