Turning 30 Years Old

This Article In Turning 30 Years Old Was Written And Published By Candice Mack

Hello world! I hope you’re having an amazing day thus far. I know it’s been a while but last week I reached a new milestone in my life, something that had been given me anxiety prior to the date. Last week I turned 30 years old! As a woman, 30 marks a new revolution in life. I share his because there’s a lot of people who sets certain deadlines and goals by the time they turn 30. I was one of these individuals. I wanted to be financially free, own properties, be married, and have the ability to do what I love for work. Having dreams and aspirations are great, but where people tend to go wrong is under estimating what it will take, how much hard work and dedication that it takes to get to the goal self. I own property and was forced to spend all of my funds that I set aside to pay off my debt on finishing the rehab. I shared in previous articles that I came across a contractor that sold me dreams. I will say it again and again and again, “do your research”. I’m not yet married but I’m back with the father of my child and we’re on a phenomenal path today.

Turning 30 Years Old: Goals

I do what I love everyday, helping individuals start a new chapter in their lives, purchasing a home. Life will take you through obstacles, especially when you’re focused on accomplishimg your dreams. The further you get in life, and the more money you start to make, the more obstacles will be thrown your way. A lot of people give up if something isn’t going as planned. If over coming obstacles was a easy thing to do, everyone in the world would be rich! Waking up on the morning of February 17th turning 30 was a breathe of fresh air. I feel like I’m starting a new chapter in my life, a new beginning. I forgave the contractor that steered me wrong and let it go. Instead of bottling up all of that unnecessary anger and wasting good energy, I will continue to educate as many people as I can to hopefully help you avoid unnecessary mistakes. It’s never to late to live your dreams, and a date is just a deadline. If you don’t make it, it’s ok. Just set a new date and keep going! I will put my positive energy to use, helping each and every one of you! Have a great day and until nest time world!

About The Author: Candice Mack

Candice Mack is a writer with Gustan Cho Associates and a moderator at Lending Network USA and a licensed mortgage loan originator. Candice Mack is an expert in FHA Loan Origination which includes FHA 203k Rehab Loans and helping borrowers with prior bad credit, self employed borrowers, and borrowers with high debt to income ratios. Candice Mack can be reached at 312-605-0371 or email Candice Mack at cmack702@gmail.com. Candice Mack is available 7 days a week, including evenings and holidays to take calls from her viewers and answer all of their questions.

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