Post # 62
Right now we’re pretty much only saving for the wedding but once that’s over we’ll be saving for my student loans since I have to start paying those back next year and we’ll also be saving for an anniversary trip to St Lucia which we would like to take next year
Post # 63
We’re currently saving up for invisalign for me. Planning to start in October, and hoping to have the majority of the 5,500 total as a downpayment!
Post # 64
Just started a new job today (yay!) so hopefully with the increased pay, I’ll be saving for a down payment on a car. I am loving the new Scion FR-S although my car is cute and running fine so I don’t really need one.
Post # 65
We are now focused on a new roof and some serious landscaping for our yard. Our garage/basement has some issues when it rains.
Besides that, our first year anniversary trip, along with all the other holiday mini trips we have to take to KY. And Christmas!!!
We never use credit cards, sometimes it can be frustrating!
Post # 66
Right now we are saving for the wedding and for a down payment on a house, which we will hopefully be buying next summer 🙂
Post # 69
Just my student loans. Although that’s not really saving — more like actively paying out every cent I have every month!
Post # 70
Well, we’re definitely sacing for a house! We hope to buy within a year after the wedding.
Not sure if it counts as saving, but I booked our honeymoon way early and we’re sending them monthly checks so it’s paid off by the time the wedding rolls around.
Also, yay! Hawaii!
Post # 71
I’m saving for Suze Orman.
I was stuck in traffic a few months ago and was listening to her show. She scared me into saving for life in general.
Post # 73
A car! I have been driving the same cheap, compact car since 2003. My car is old and needs to be replaced!
Post # 74
The wedding & a down payment on our future home! 🙂
Post # 75
Wedding is done and dusted, so I am saving some money to go on my honeymoon. Will be going in march next year
Post # 76
i am currently saving money for travelling. I want to have a long journey and leave everything back and then come back to my work. I think young people should travel a lot, read a lot and think a lot. All of these experiences make us become maturer.