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Debt Free Hustle - The Hustle and Sacrifice to Becoming Debt Free Skip links Skip to primary navigation Skip to content Skip to primary sidebar Debt Free Hustle The Hustle and Sacrifice to Becoming Debt Free Main navigation About Progress Reports Net Worth Tracker Contact Us Debt Free Hustle Progress Report 2 of 36: February 2016 March 7, 2016 by DebtFreeHustle Leave a Comment So here we are again, month two of our 36 month journey of hustling and sacrificing to become debt free. February was a big month for my family and we’ll get into the details below. To recap, January 2016 saw my family earn an overall “B” grade in our first ever Debt Free Hustle Progress Report. In each to these reports, I aim to give an honest and thoughtful review of the progress my family has made towards paying off all of our debt. Let’s get right into it. The first piece of good news for our family in February was I received my annual performance bonus from work, meaning I saw a large cash windfall which we used to fully pay off three credit card balances. This is an annual bonus, so we do not expect any additional large cash payments for the rest of the year. We will be back to our normal debt snowball plan for March. It’s also not a guarantee each year that I’ll receive this bonus, so I normally don’t work this amount into the budget. Debt Free Hustle Progress Report 2 of 36 In our January progress report, I shared with you the five factors that effect our monthly Debt Free Hustle Progress Report. To recap, here’s the five factors again: How well we followed the financial plan? How many milestones did we reach? Did we use credit for any purchases? Did we hustle to earn extra money to accelerate our debt reduction? Were we able to cross off any major goals? Here’s what our debt snowball plan and order looked like back on January 1. Debt Free Hustle debt snowball order as of January 1, 2016 Positives We completely paid off three credit cards; Retail Charge #1, MasterCard #1 and Retail Charge Card #2. This was a total of $7,534.87 total debt paid off in one month!! We did not add any additional debt to our balances. Negatives I again deferred my student loan payment for February and chose to put it towards the next credit card in our debt snowball, MasterCard #2 Individual Grades for February 2016 Following the Financial Plan: B+ (7 points) Our annual performance bonus was announced back in January so I knew it was coming in February. We were able to successfully put 90% of the money towards debt reduction and then set the other 10% aside for something in the future. I am giving us a harsh B+ in this category because I think we can do much better in cutting out the waste in our monthly budget, mainly our eating out. We went a little overboard for the month of February. Reaching Milestones: B- (5 points) While paying off three additional lines of credit in February is a great accomplishment, we did not reach our first milestone of 10% of overall debt paid off. Still a solid month in paying down debt but we need another milestone to push our grade higher. Using Credit: A+ (10 points) No additional debt was added in the month of February. Enough said, we get an A+. Hustle: F (0 points) This damn performance bonus I knew I would be getting really gave me an excuse not to hustle to earn extra money in February. I know, it’s a sorry excuse but I just allowed that mindset to sink in that I didn’t have to do anything extra in February because I was getting a large amount of money. I can’t let this happen again. Major Goals: N/A A longer post is in the works to lay out my major goals in this debt free journey. It’s still too early to hit any of the major goals so we are not using this category in our scoring quite yet. Overall Grade for February 2016: B- (5.5 points) My grade was really drug down by my lack of hustle in February to earn more than I have budgeted coming in. I honestly feel guilty about it and vow to never do that again. The hustle it takes to pay off $106,000 in debt is the backbone of this blog and I can’t be slacking anymore if I want to get this done in 36 months. In order to do that, I have to take on side hustles and try to earn extra money where I can online or offline to put towards paying down debt. The books are closed for February and there’s nothing I can do buy look forward. We’re already several days into March and it’s time to get to work on cleaning up this mess. Until next time, keep hustling because the short-term sacrifices will be overshadowed by the long-term benefit of no debt. P.S. We found out in February also that my wife is pregnant again. We’re expecting our second child later in 2016! Filed Under: Debt Free Hustle Progress Report Tagged With: Debt Free Hustle Progress Report, Debt Snowball Debt Free Hustle Progress Report 1 of 36: January 2016 February 5, 2016 by DebtFreeHustle Leave a Comment I can’t think of any better way to launch my first blog post on Debt Free Hustle than by jumping right into the deep end and revealing my first ever Debt Free Hustle Progress Report. Here’s the deal. My wife and I have A LOT of debt. The exciting part about this problem is we’ve developed what I feel is a sound financial plan for the next three years. I hope this plan will help us make significant strides to becoming debt free. At the beginning of each month, I will look back over the previous month and give ourselves an overall grade on how well we did on a variety of factors towards becoming financially independent. These factors include the following: How well we followed the financial plan? How many milestones did we reach? Did we use credit for any purchases? Did we hustle to earn extra money to accelerate our debt reduction? Were we able to cross off any major goals? I’ll be getting into a lot more specifics in future posts about all those grading factors above, but for now, I’ll start with our Debt Free Hustle Progress Report for January 2016. I am calling this my first progress report of 36 because I have a three year plan to pay off the entire $106,001.79 of consumer debt which is currently a pain in me and my wife’s backside. Debt Free Hustle Progress Report 1 of 36 So here we go, folks. Welcome to the first edition of the Debt Free Hustle Progress Report for January 2016. Debt Free Hustle debt snowball order as of January 1, 2016 Positives We completely paid off Visa #1 two months earlier than plan. Our original debt snowball plan called for paying off this credit card in March 2016. Fortunately, I was able to direct additional funds to this Visa card in January and completely pay off the $862.91. Here’s how I did it: Extra $325 selling stuff on Amazon Student loan payment deferment of $243 (Not ideal, I know.) Stretch baseline amount of $256 Negatives We added to my student loan balance. I had intended to pay for my first MBA class of 2016 with an employee education card Unfortunatly, this card was not ready to use on January 4 and the college automatically funded my balance with left over student loan money. Student loan payment of $243 was deferred. (More on this later) Individual grades for january 2016 Following the FINANCIAL plan: A+ (10 pts) Again, we paid off the Visa #1 two months early, which is awesome in my mind. We also paid every credit card on time and followed the debt snowball perfectly. By paying off the Visa #1 early, it puts us ahead of schedule for 2016 and brings me to my next grade… Reaching Milestones: A+ (10 pts) Because we cleared out Visa #1 two months early, we ended up reaching our first milestone in January 2016, instead of March. That milestone entails paying off the first full debt in our debt snowball. Using Credit: F (0 pts) We added debt with my student loan for my MBA class. The reason we get an F here is because it was a significant amount, over $2,000. Hustle: B- (5 pts) I made $325 in January selling things on Amazon. My goal was $500. While I made good progress with $325, I really want to earn an extra $500 per month in side hustles. All this extra money would go towards debt reduction. Major Goals: N/A It’s too early to give a grade on our major goals. These are different than “milestones” from above in that these are much bigger and take a lot more time to reach. For instance, one major goal is to pay off 33% of the $106,001.79 by the end of 2016. This is a “major goal.” Overall Grade for January 2016: B I got a passing grade for January 2016 because of two main factors; reaching a milestone early and following the plan. What really sank us in January was adding to the total debt, which is a big no-no in my mind moving forward. Overall, January felt pretty good. I am proud of getting one credit card paid off quickly and being able to start focusing on the next one in line, which is Retail Charge Card #1. It has a balance of just over $1,000 and I will be aiming to pay that off completely in February. As I close out the books for the month of January and begin to focus on February and the rest of 2016, I am extremely excited of what is upcoming. I hope you enjoyed the first edition of the Deft Free Hustle Progress Report and hope you’ll follow our journey. If I can motivate one person to start their plan then I would be happy. Until next time, keep hustling and sacrificing in the short term because the long-term benefit of no debt will be much sweeter. 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