Nor does my debt define me. Often times when we’re struggling with debt, it feels like it consumes our lives. I know that often times I spend way too many hours researching additional side hustles, scrutinizing our budget, or researching ways to cut costs more. But there comes a point during a debt payoff journey that we must realize that our debt is not who we are, nor does it make us a bad person.
I am not just a woman in debt. I am:
-a business owner
-and most of all, a child of the Living God.
All of us have dreams and hopes and plans and purposes to give and share and do on this earth. We are important. We make a difference on this earth, even if we think we do not. We are important – to somebody – even if we think we are invisible. We are special. YOU are special. And your debt does not change that in any way, shape or form. So as you go about, working to find ways to achieve your goal of debt freedom, remember all of the important and special roles and dreams you have in life.
Getting out of debt is important, as it provides you with a level of security and freedom, but being and enjoying who you are and the wonderful people and things and tasks around you is more important. So keep on working on that get out of debt plan, but remember that, debt or no debt, you…..are….AWESOME!