Tag Archives: cancer

1 year cancer free!

I am currently spending 1 year cancer free!  Yay!  Let’s take a moment to celebrate that. So what are we doing now that we’re heading toward the clear and our medical bills are all paid off?  Well, for starters, our … Continue reading

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How we Paid off $8,000+ in Medical Bills in 1 Year

Medical bills are a hot topic everywhere today.  One year ago, when I made my first appointment at the doctor for my lumpy neck and tea colored urine, I had little idea of what I was getting into.  It quickly … Continue reading

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Starting to Plan a Wedding

I know I’ve been terrible at posting lately.  I was a terrible wreck the last week and a half because I had a scan and on that scan was a spot.  This is like a nightmare scenario for any cancer … Continue reading

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February Savings

February was a big month for me.  I was declared cancer free for all of two weeks and because of that, we did some celebrating.  Who knew it would be premature celebration? So I may not be cancer free but … Continue reading

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Doing Our Future Selves a Favor

Well, I had a biopsy today because we found a lump. So maybe I’m not cancer free.  But, this lump didn’t change any of my financial plans. Let’s talk for a few minutes about one of the greatest gifts you … Continue reading

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The Little Savings

Well, I had wanted to post sooner but the thing about poor health is you never know when you’re going to have bad days.  I had a series of bad days, then a series of doctor appointments which leads to … Continue reading

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The Beginning

My story starts a long time ago when I was born but I will spare you the first quarter century of that story. Since I was a teenager, I had one dream: to retire at 45.  Well, I was well … Continue reading

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