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Work, Hurricane and Student Loan

September 26th, 2022 at 02:39 am


Well prayerfully we won’t get hit with a storm. 


I literally just got an estimate on hurricane shutters, $6k for all windows. The good thing is I won’t have to run around trying to get plywood, nails and someone to put them up once they’re installed. Not to mention, I think I also get a decrease on my homeowners insurance. I’m thankful I have the cash to pay for it. 


With the storm approaching I’m also thankful I locked in my price prior. Things tends to go up around here once there is a hurricane. 


Last week at work was much better, I’m still looking for another job though. I decided to put my foot down and not let that nitwit administrator run my department. S/he’s an idiot, and is now officially on my documentation list. I shared with my assistant that s/he isn’t to have one conversation with him/her without me as a witness and vice versa. I hate when things comes to this, especially since I’ve only been there a month, but this individual is trouble so I need to cover my 

a🀬 until I find another job. 


Everyone complains about this individual, but won’t share with the executive. I’ve shared my concerns with my executive and it’s whatever, well at least it appears that way.


Other news, I’ve applied to consolidate my student loan today. This will give me more bang for my buck if I am eligible for the loan forgiveness, it will allow for the full $20k pay off.  I’m just shy four years for 100% loan forgiveness, I worked at a nonprofit for about 6 years total 

4 Responses to “Work, Hurricane and Student Loan”

  1. Lots of Ideas Says:

    Stay safe Amber!

    Are you focusing your job search on non profits to qualify for loan forgiveness?
    Or with the $20k are you too close to done to make it worthwhile?

  2. Amber Says:

    @Lot of Ideas, thanks, hopefully we won’t have a direct impact. Regarding the job search, I’m open to either a nonprofit or a for profit organization, my primary focus is salary, benefits and a remote opportunity. If the salary is right I could knock this loan out in a year

  3. LivingAlmostLarge Says:

    Good luck and stay safe!

  4. mumof2 Says:

    stay safe

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