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This past week we ran the numbers in the snowball calculator and if we only pay what we are able, payoff isn't til December 2009 and we pay over $22K in interest.

If we can come up with another $100 per week, we cut that down to $12K in interest with a payoff date of September 2004..........which is MUCH more appealing.

So, I've decided to get a job outside the home for now.

I've sent out a few resumes today and will put in a few applications tomorrow. I did go in for an interview a few months ago for a job I applied for online and totally blew the darn thing. It's been at least 5 years since I had an interview and it was for a very casual place of business. This one was a bit more formal and on top of being nervous, I wasn't feeling well. When the interviewer asked me if I had any questions or comments, I just went blank and couldn't think of anything to ask.

Any tips on things to do and not to do during an interview? Questions to ask?

Also, any advice on how to "fill in" a sparse resume for a SAHM?
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