Sara Anderson is a mother, wife, and environmental scientist based out of Philadelphia. When she’s not helping local governments plan for climate change, she enjoys exploring new or re-experiencing old things with her toddler, fixing up the 100-year-old row home she owns with her husband, or just binge watching old TV shows with her cat curled up next to her on the couch.
We had a plan.
We were three years into our marriage and had three years left on a credit card consolidation loan. My student loans would also be paid off in three years.
With our debts…finally paid, we would actually be able to buy a house. We figured we’d take some time to settle in, get used to our new life as homeowners, then start a family. This would give me time to further establish my career as an environmental scientist and put me firmly in my early 30s —… >> Read More