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{ my life goal: save $600 every month }

deafmuslimpunk:

My goal is to save $600 every month. I’d like to save up enough money to buy my own land (at least 3-4 acres) and a small house. I’m doing research on affordable U.S states that have plenty of forestry and woods, yet accessible to big cities by trains. Tennessee, by far, seems like a good choice. Memphis and Nashville are cool cities, yet there’s plenty of rural country out in the state. I like that. Any other state suggestions? I’m doing this for me and my horses. Nothing else matters.

(and NO, I don’t want to build a horse ranch, that shit is too complicated and only a good idea for people who have excellent, first-hand knowledge of ranch management and loaded with money, I don’t have that knowledge or that much money. I just want enough land for me and my 3 horses)

signal boosting if that’s ok with you.

(Source: badass-bharat-deafmuslim-artista)

post notes:

  1. vbellore reblogged this from beingblog
  2. afterromulus said: Check out Oklahoma— not much in the way of trains out here, but really cheap— and the pacific nw, Washington, Oregon, Wisconsin, etc. There aren’t many trains out in the Midwest away from the coast.
  3. beingblog reblogged this from badass-bharat-deafmuslim-artista and added:
    by Trent Gilliss, senior editor I found this post from deafmuslimpunk so endearing that I couldn’t help but reblog it....
  4. numol reblogged this from badass-bharat-deafmuslim-artista and added:
    signal boosting if that’s ok with you.
  5. badass-bharat-deafmuslim-artista posted this