Having paid off all my credit cards, allowed 200 for Brussels spending money AND booked all my December hotels

Having paid off all my credit cards, allowed 200 for Brussels spending money, AND booked all my December hotels, to still be only -1100 on my bank is not bad. Still within the limit after all that. It IS turning around. All I had to use my cards for was the £158 return train fare to Vienna and back.
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What an amazing experience with Adelina in Manhattan and with Lucy in 5th and with Amanda in WSK

What an amazing experience with Adelina in Manhattan, and with Lucy in 5th, and with Amanda in WSK, and with Manuela in Burggasse Peep. And of course THIS is why I travel. And why I always will. But amazing new revenue source I have discovered, I can have an extra £410 a month for reducing my credit card debts, or for travelling, by NOT going to strip clubs anymore! It is a Eureka moment. I mean obvious, but I had to come to a point where I was capable of stopping. Like it was obvious I had to stop drinking coke, but I had to come to a point where I was capable of stopping.

Feeling so sexually hungry these days. But it is fed now and nourished by the streams of new found financial confidence

Feeling so sexually hungry these days. But it is fed now and nourished by the streams of new found financial confidence, now I have found an amazing new source of money — stop going to strippers! I’ve always looked at my debts and seen no way out of them, as I have no possibility of any extra income. But magically by giving up strippers that is £410 a month I can use towards lowering my credit card debt BEYOND minimum payments; or bolstering my bank account so I am permanently above zero. That is an extra £4,920 a year I have just found for myself. Basically in just 4 years I could be back to zero on my cards! Of course I will not last that long. But even till Xmas will make a HUGE difference to my financial situation, give me a breathing space. Instead of £301 in my bank as I am now I would be £1,301. This is making me really excited to travel, when before I was dreading it and crying over more spent money I cannot afford.

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Giving up strippers means I can keep travelling

Giving up strippers means I can keep travelling. The incredible thing is giving up strippers (and reduction of credit card debt accordingly) almost allows me to have my own flat AND keep travelling. That is how much no more strip clubs would save me. Yes, my life is to be lived in permanent condition of travel; to be held always in suspension like piece of silt in a river. To Vienna, to Brussels, always.

I had double cum handjob with Manuela to start the year then ended the year with fantastic —-s with Jackie in WSK, Adelina in Manhattan and Lucy in Fifth Avenue

I had double cum handjob with Manuela to start the year, then ended the year with fantastic —-s with Jackie in WSK, Adelina in Manhattan and Lucy in Fifth Avenue. Now I stand on brink of a new great paradigm shift in my life—if I can give up strippers, even if only for 3 months! I SHOULD be rich. I SHOULD be able to afford a flat of my own no problem, I cannot because of my ever growing credit card debt and it is growing not because of travelling, but because I am wasting £410 a month at the ——–.

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Living with —— the worse thing was all my debt was because of giving all my money to our private landlord

Living with —— the worse thing was all my debt was because of giving all my money to our private landlord. At least now I can look at my debt and know this time it was all incurred on pleasure, and pretty much erotic pleasure at that. If you are going to go into debt, nothing better to go into debt over than erotic pleasure. But now I have to give consideration to the roof over my head, and my quality of life when I have to live alone again. I CAN have a wonderful quality of life, based purely on my excellent salary, if only it was not for the debt repayments taking it all away. So a period of sensibleness must ensue, while still allowing myself my occasional pleasures, like Brussels this month and Vienna at Christmas.

But of course as always I cannot be down on myself too much, all that debt was incurred on pleasure, and in particular travel, so was any of that money wasted? No

But of course as always I cannot be down on myself too much, all that debt was incurred on pleasure, and in particular travel, so was any of that money wasted? No, it was all spent on travel. And if I had all that money back again, I would just straightaway spend it all on travel again. So it is not like I wasted all the money on some terrible investment, or on something that then got stolen and lost. I spend it doing exactly the most important thing I want to spend money on. That money brought me the most fantastic sexual experiences with Adelina in Manhattan, Fortuna blonde, Manuela in Burggasse Peep, Amanda and Jackie in WSK, Andrea and Julia, and Inna and Lucy in Fifth Avenue, Maria in Pour Platin, Riccarda, Diana, Olga & Alla in Berlin etc etc etc. The only thing is for my safety and future harder life, I have to try to rein this in now. Rein it in for a while, just so I can go again. There is no point living like a monk and owing zero pounds and just carry on living like a monk till the day you die. I have to try to indulge as much of my pleasure as I can, while still young and fit and healthy (and single). I have to put all that pleasure in my bank, so when I am old and infirm at least I can look back and think well at least I did something, at least I travelled to some amazing places, and slept with some incredible women. That is why every penny of that debt is worth it. Not a single penny is wasted or do I regret. Yes, there have been some bad trips, but you never know until you get there. You have to keep spinning the roulette wheel to enjoy those occasional massive successes that live with you forever. The successes are of so much greater value than whatever they cost me in pure money terms. Adelina, Lucy, Andrea, Amanda, etc etc etc absolutely mind-blowing experiences. The highs that you remember for all your life. Important to reach a philosophical position on debt, as much as a practical management position on it.

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