skrill (skril), n. money; capital
Source: Urban Dictionary: skrill
In 2013, I graduated with $95k in student loan debt. I paid the minimum amount to get by because that was all I could afford to live comfortably. Less than four years later, after doing a little job hopping and side hustling, I was able to pay off my student loans and get on with my life. The only reason why I was able to get out of debt was financial awareness.
As a financial analyst, I was fascinated by creating financial models in order to forecast the future — of what could possibly be. I created a financial GPS for myself so I knew exactly where I was financially and where I could be. I created this website to show how you too can be financially aware.
- Drowning in student loan and/or credit card debt?
- Wanting to be financially independent?
- Wondering how you’re going to pay the bills?
- Wishing you can afford the things you value without worrying about all the above?
My goal is to relieve your financial stress. Let me help you build a map to guide you to financial stability. Although it may take awhile, the journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step. If you’re ready to take that step, subscribe and together we will be Skrillful.