What Type of Spender are You?

Tweet Everyone spends money. Whether you like it or not, whether you think it is good, bad or ugly, we all use it. You can learn a lot about what items lure you to spend money by taking a look at your habits. When you analyze your spending habits you can start to understand what […]

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Millionaire Links – Carnival Edition

Tweet MightBargainHunter.com has the new Carnival of Personal Finance: Unanswered Questions Edition up today. It details the new site Cash Commons which is a great resource to have your questions answered on personal finance (or give back, and answer some). I also am very excited because I was chosen as an editor’s pick for How […]

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How I Paid Off Over $70,000 in Debt and Quit My Job

Tweet Here is a quick history on what my husband and I did to pay off over $70,000 in debt in a year and how I quit my job even though I made over 2/3rds of our income! Our debt: Honda Civic $19,300 Student Loan 1 $3,400 Student Loan 2 $22,780 Home Equity Loan $24,560 […]

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The Carnival of Personal Finance

Tweet I’e been included in the most recent Carnival of Personal Finance, the Blogthority Relaunch Edition. There are some great submissions this week so take a look! Here are a few that I enjoyed: LeanLifeCoach at Eliminate the Muda has a great post on Ten Motivational Tips To Achieve Your Personal Finance Objectives. I loved […]

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Why YOU Need To Be a Millionaire

Tweet If you think that you will be ok financially without having at least a million dollars, you may be wrong. Why? Because in 1950 a million dollars was a huge amount of money. Today that million dollars is not worth the same. Our money loses it’s purchasing power. We all hear about inflation and […]

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What Time and Memory have to do with Personal Finance

Tweet The Passage of Time When I first started my debt free journey, I remember saying to myself, Time is going to pass no matter what I do. That was a profound statement to me. I wanted to have a baby soon. It meant to me, that right now I could choose to be debt […]

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Who Else Wants to be Debt Free?

Tweet Imagine that you are swimming in debt, want to start a family and be a stay at home mom but realize there is no way possible that you could quit a job you hate because you make 2/3rd of the income in the household. What do you do? Cry. Feel horrible that you made […]

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