I'm sitting here with two loans hanging over me, one a bank loan that I probably didn't need, and the other the mortgage on the house.
I yearn for the days when I'll look back and think of all this money owed and how much money I'd have in my ass pocket if I didn't have to pay them.
And I wonder, has anyone here cleared the house/car/whatever loan? And avoided getting another loan again? Has it actually made much difference to you? Or is it one of those goals that, when you pay the final mortgage payment you just feel a tad underwhelmed and it makes no odds to you whatsoever?
A fella that works with my brother finished his mortgage and immediately reduced his hours to part time and has claimed he just goes to work now for something to do and he'd never work a full time job again. I wonder is he legitimately happy with that, or after 6 months is he bored to death sitting around the house all day.
What about ye folks on boards? Anyone made it there yet? Any advice or "inspo" as the girlz on facebook say?