September ushered in, seeing several new medical bills come in, as well as the slide into over $12,000 again in credit card debt. I am determined not to let the credit card debt pass the car debt we have, which means that I’ll need to make at least $340 worth of payments against credit cards over and above the interest charges to stay ahead. Is it doable? Possibly. The medical debt is now made up of 7 bills, and so far, only one of those bills has a monthly obligation.
I am really hoping to send a few dollars in on the medical debt, but put the bulk of my debt reduction against the credit cards. Once the credit cards are dealt with, then we can begin the process of paying off the medical debts.
It is a very long road we have begun to travel on, and we started our journey at a time when, for many people, drastic measures are required just to keep afloat.
I have begun the process of rebuilding our emergency fund, and am very slowly but surely making progress there. We are within just a few dollars of getting to 25% of our $1,000 goal.
Hopefully, this month will see us better off than the past two have, at least in regard to everything except medical debt.
We’ll see, I guess.