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My husband is graduating from college this weekend and I’m SOOOO proud. I’m still not sure how he pulled off working full-time, going to school full-time, and working side jobs on the weekends, but he did.

He took his last final yesterday and we’re going out to dinner to celebrate. Sure, it’s not very ‘Dave Ramsey’ of me to head out to our local steakhouse when we still have debt but…

I’m laying off the ‘gazelle intensity’ tonight. Sorry Dave. ; )


  • Reply mar |

    This is a once-in-a-lifetime event (unless he goes for an advanced degree) and no one, not even Dave, would/should begrudge you a one-time celebration!

  • Reply Honey |

    I think you should only go if you ALSO have a steak and a cocktail. Don’t salad-and-water your way out of this celebration!

  • Reply Nichole@40daysof |

    After listening to Dave for many years, I can say with 99.9% certainty that he would tell you to go for it! He would also poop his pants about your insanely small grocery budget, and tell you to “beef it up a little”. πŸ™‚

  • Reply escape |

    Forget Dave for the moment.These are the matters that makes everything else worth it.Spend quality time with him.Congrats to both of you.

  • Reply Thia |


    Congratulations!! This is a big achievement considering he went to work full-time and school full-time.

    If you don’t mind, do you think your husband can give detailed advice on how he did it?

    My significant other is struggling to work part-time and go to school full time…and in terms of money, we desperately need him to work full-time. We both just can’t see/figure out how to do this.

    How did your husband set up his classes so that they don’t conflict with work schedule?

    Every semester is a stress to figure out how to make it work.

    We’re probably the worst at time management.

So, what do you think ?