HOW TO CLIMB OUT OF YOUR OVERDRAFT AND BE POSITIVE AGAIN

How to climb out of your overdraft and be positive again
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HOW TO CLIMB OUT OF YOUR OVERDRAFT AND BE POSITIVE AGAIN



Written by Esme Rees
31 Thursday 31st March 2016
 
I have a degree, a job, a life and a roof over my head. But I don't have any money, I spend the majority of my time living out of my student overdraft (which is now several years out of date and probs charging me interest). I see minus numbers as plusses. Being minus £100 down to me means that I am up.
 
But I'm sick of it.
 
I'm sick of being told I'll never own anything, that I'll never be able to save, that I can't afford a car.
 
So I'm going to do something that my Grandparents did 50/60 years ago and invest.
 
I'm not really sure what it means, or why the stock market appears on my iPhone. But websites like Binary Uno explain it all for you. There's a helpful live chat to offer me advice.
 
I'm not saying I'm going to jack in my job and make millions on the internet, I just want to make a few bob to get me into positive numbers again so I can stop being so negative.

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