Usually books of this nature are dry and hard to follow, but I found myself wanting to read it. At times I found it painful to get through, not because of the writing, but because I recognized myself in the pages. There was one passage in particular that could have been written about me and it truly startled me! He was writing about a time when he realized he had a problem with credit cards and he was afraid to open the bills, so he did it with his eyes closed out of fear. I have done that! Usually this occurred after a binge of spending and now I had to deal with the reality of my actions. It was a huge awakening that someone else in the world had the same experience as I had and did not shut down and give up, but decided that it was time to make a life time change.
That is my dream, My Revised American Dream, to be debt free as soon as possible and stay that way for the rest of my life. I want to be a blessing to my friends and family, not a burden. I want to spend my retirement with my grandchildren, not working to pay interest on my mistakes. I want to have choices!
I hope you tune in often to follow along and take the journey with me to live my Revised American Dream.