Tag: "debt freedom"

Living With an Emergency Credit Card!

Living with Emergency Credit Card

I’m a bit flabbergasted with the horrible and unfounded Financial advice that many are given in living with credit cards.  In fact, we are taught in society today that it’s quite normal to carry around a plethora of plastic, pretending to be rich and spending what you don’t have. “Fake it till You Make It” […]

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Part 2: Watch Me Knock Out $5000 In Debt (Case Study Series)

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Part 2 of Case Study Series If you’ve been following the blog lately, you’ll notice that I took on another personal challenge to take on $5000 worth of debt to invite you to look over my shoulder on how I put debt busting on steroids.  It’s my way of helping others like you get out […]

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Can You Really Afford It?

Can You Really Afford It?

It’s amazing to me how much people spend most of their discretionary income on things that don’t actually matter.  Want to see an example?  Try going to a major mall or even a designer store and just observe how people shop.  Pretend you are a reporter about to do a research article on people’s spending […]

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Driving Too Much Car? The Simple Car Principle

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Ok, I know, just about everyone or at least someone you know has a car.  A car is a very useful tool to get us from point A to B and many times as an enjoyable voyage.  Having said that, have you ever thought to think just about if you are driving a little too […]

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