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

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 Total:…

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The Carnival of Personal Finance

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 how…

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Why YOU Need To Be a Millionaire

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 how…

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What Time and Memory have to do with Personal Finance

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 free,…

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Who Else Wants to be Debt Free?

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 bad…

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