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4 Ways to Stop Swiping Credit Cards So You Can Get Out of Debt

Credit Cards

One of the first pieces of advice you’ll likely run across when you are looking for help getting out of credit card debt is to quit using your cards immediately. This is excellent advice and should be followed to a T. Some suggest cutting up your cards and canceling your accounts as ways to help you stop swiping plastic so you ... Read More »

3 Signs You’re Headed for Financial Trouble

Financial Trouble

When it comes to finances, some people just prefer to keep themselves in the dark regarding the true state of their accounts, especially if they are in debt. If you aren’t making enough money to cover all of your expenses, it can be easier to just ignore the problem rather than meeting it head on and finding a solution. Of ... Read More »

3 Ways I’m Getting Financially Serious in 2015

Financially Serious

As of this week I’ve been budgeting and blogging for one year. Though I’m still relatively new to both activities (at least compared to some, like John), I finally feel like I’m getting the hang of them. 🙂 Unfortunately, I got nowhere close to my financial goals in 2014. I set some pretty lofty goals and I had no idea ... Read More »

Get Out of Debt: Staying the Course

Greetings, friends!! Last time we talked in our getting out of debt series about dealing with roadblocks. Today we’ll talk about staying the course and finishing your journey to becoming debt free. One might think it’d be simple to stay on track once you’re smooth sailing on your debt free journey, but as with any goal, there are little monsters that ... Read More »

Dealing With Roadblocks to Debt Freedom

debt freedom

Good day, friends! Today is our next post in our series on how to make and keep a plan for successfully reaching debt freedom. Last time, we talked about making a personalized plan for your road to becoming debt free. Today, we’ll talk about overcoming potential road blocks. A journey to debt free often takes at least one year, and often two ... Read More »