Q: My wife and I made a resolution this year to pay off $20,000 in credit card debt we’ve accumulated. I want us to follow your plan, and live on a really tight budget. She wants us to use a debt consolidation company, like some of her friends have done. I’m really against her idea, but how can I change her mind?
Columns & Letters
Q: Why do I periodically NOT get my Greer Citizen Newspaper?
By Jessie S. Cochran
Greer Run Club Founder
I have been part of the competitive running world for 17 years, full of highs and lows, from high school to college, to road races of all different distances, and now coming full circle as a high school coach.
Q: What’s the deal with the new cameras at the intersection of Highway 14 and Poinsett Street in downtown Greer?
Q: I’m getting married next summer. My fiancé and I are in agreement about how to handle money, and we both follow your plan. Do you recommend pre-marital counseling? If so, what do you feel are some of the important areas of agreement for couples before they get married?
Navigating snowy landscapes and icy streets can be difficult and uncomfortable. Winter clothing is largely classified by clothes that keep you warm and some that keep you even warmer, but winter need not be strictly about function.
Q: How do I submit a nomination for Citizen of the Year?
By Donna Yarborough
Secretary of Greer Council of Garden Clubs
As 2019 comes to a close, the Greer Council of Garden Clubs would like to thank the Greer Community for supporting our two major projects this year: the Nancy Welch Memorial Butterfly Garden and the “Joy of Christmas” Tour of Homes.
Q: Will there be a splash pad at Kids Planet when renovations are finished?
Q: I’ve recently begun living on a budget, and I’ve got $1,000 saved. At the moment, I have $150 left over each month after everything is account for in my budget. I also have three debts totaling about $12,000. Should I use this extra cash to pay off debt, or would it be a better idea to start investing the money?