Things People Don’t Tell You About Paying Off Debt

I was thinking about my debt-free journey today, and God revealed to me many misconceptions I had about this journey. I thought it would be easy to pay off, that it would take one year to pay off, and that I would be happier or [insert adjective] when I finally got out of debt. And while I’m only a third of the way to financial freedom, I thought I’d share some things people don’t tell you when paying off debt. I hope you enjoy.

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Budget With Me

Hey everyone! I know I talk about finances a lot on my blog, so I wanted to show you a video on how I budget each month. The way I budget is slightly different, in a sense, from the way others create a budget. I don’t use an excel spreadsheet, but instead, use pen and […]

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Growth: My Word for 2019

Hey everyone! It’s that time again, the time to choose your word for the new year. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, let me explain. Ever since I’ve been going to my current church, our pastor has continued to encourage us to think of a word/phrase for the upcoming year. The thought […]

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It’s August, How Intentional Have I Been?

Hey everyone! I’ve been meaning to write this post for a couple of months now, hoping for improvement before I expose my progress to the world. Overall, I don’t think I’ve been as intentional with my goals as I wanted to be. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, read my New Year’s resolution […]

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Beyond Surviving: How I’m Trying to Save Money

Happy Saturday everyone! Last month I wrote about a huge milestone I made in my life…living on my own for one year (check it out here). And while I am truly grateful to have survived on my own (well not entirely on my own), I want to do more than survive. So now I am […]

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