Keep your eyes peeled for something new.
I'm not going to reveal what kind of car it will be just yet, but I will say that it puts my Veloster to shame.
I haven't wanted a new car in a long time. Hell, I haven't ever wanted a car this badly before!
I did calculations and it is completely doable, too.
This will be the first car that I get on my own... It really
will be my baby. <3
Aside from getting a brand spankin' new car without my parents' help, it will also help me with my spending habits.
I've been bad about splurging lately on things I don't need.
(So now I'm buying a new car? Hah...)
But now that I will have to save up to make payments, I won't just throw my money away.
I hope to gain responsibility out of this that will teach me a valuable lesson.
(As well as getting my affordable
I'll begin working again soon, too. I will only be working a minimum of two eight-hour days a week as of right now (unless the salon owner needs me other days) as a receptionist, since I still do not have my State Board testing dates. However, even with that, I will be able to make at least a month's payment. Once I get my license and can work on people again, it will be easy to make at least $100 per client. Even if I only have three clients in one month at $100 each, I'll be golden! I shouldn't have to even take out of my savings account (which is there for other bills and finances).
This is a scary, yet exhilarating leap. I just know it will feel amazing to pay off the car and know that I worked hard for it.
(And once that is done, I'm going to give her new exhaust, cold air intake, new wheels, tuning, etc... I'm going to spoil her. <3)