Most of us dream of being a millionaire. I too have that dream. Who knows? It could happen. It’s not impossible these days. We all like to talk about what we would do if we were a millionaire. Here’s what I would do:
1. Pay Off Students Loans
As much as we like to joke about not paying back our student loans, we should pay it off. Not to say that I won’t eventually pay mine off if I don’t become a millionaire because I will…. Eventually!
2. Pay Off Debt
This includes car loans and credit card debt. Whatever debt that my fiancé and I have would be paid off.
3. Buy A house
I love looking at houses and would love to own one, one day. The house I would buy would be a mansion. Why? Because I would want each of my children and future bonus children to have their own room. Not to mention all the other important rooms I would need such as a Music Studio. I would have a guest house with a Photo Studio in it. I would still walk around cutting off lights that are on for no reason at all.
4. Donate A Large Sum of Money To The Troubled Movement
A local non-profit that I dedicate my time to and my charity of choice. The founder and my fellow board members have done a lot for me. It would be the least I could do. I would donate toward the building of our community center. To learn about TTM, you may check out the site here!
5. Relocate My Mom
I would move her to Houston with me. She will be able to open her own business and chillax. It also gives us the chance to spend more time together.
6. Become A Multi-Millionaire
I would invest in myself and others so that I would generate more income to become a multi-millionaire. A lot of the time people become millionaires and then go broke. That will not be me. Maybe a chain of restaurants would be a good idea. Or a bookstore. I like books. Look out for my future book reviews.
7. Start College Funds
I would put money away for the kids so that they can either use it to go to college or use it to buy a house should they decide to get a trade and start their career instead of going to college. College isn’t for everyone and why should I force someone to go and create debt trying to obtain a degree that they may never receive because school isn’t for them. Some of the most intelligent people I know do not have degrees.
8. Go On A Vacation Twice A Year
Once with my future husband and once with the rest of the family. I want all of us to experience different cultures and have the chance to unwind with no worries. I plan to do this anyway. Well, one trip every other year may be okay for now.