Category Archives: Debt Free Living

It is super easy to look at your financial situation and feel a bit down, especially when you’ve been in a situation like we have been. There’s no doubt that most of our finances haven’t been easy in the past two years or so. However, we’ve finally gotten a bit of a break and I’m…

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Monday Income Moment: Money Chunking

Monday Income Moment: Money Chunking

Monday meets money chunking On this Monday Money Minute, one of our first videos ever, David shares our money chunking hack. Money chunking will make today’s paycheck last until you get your next paycheck. Note: This article contains affiliate links. This means we’ll receive a small commission at no cost to you if you buy…

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Oftentimes, it is easy to get bogged down about what isn’t going right with your finances. Maybe you’ve gone over budget or you feel like you’ll never get your debt paid off. However, in times like this, you need to find the motivation to keep pushing forward towards your financial goals. When this happens to…

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My debt situation and money situation hasn’t necessarily improved since I last updated you here. Some major changes have been: Open discussion about selling one of the cars. Finding other items in the house to sell. A solid plan to find my other half a job through temp agencies in the area. When we have…

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According to the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF), “About a quarter (26 percent) of U.S. adults ages 18-64 say they or someone in their household had problems paying or an inability to pay medical bills in the past 12 months. Now think about these same statistics as people age. With age, health care needs and costs…

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Did you know nearly 30,000 Americans commit suicide every year? Although there are many reasons someone may choose to take their own life, in many cases, finances play a huge role in suicide. More specifically, individuals in debt are more likely to have suicidal thoughts. So, as a part of the 3rd Annual Suicide Prevention Awareness…

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Budgeting can be a huge pain, especially if it seems like you are constantly revisiting it. With my other half out of work, I feel like we are constantly examining our budget for places to trim and save more money. Even if you’re not in the midst of a financial crisis, you should review your…

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Consumer Statement: I was applying for a personal loan and wasn’t approved for it. The next day I received a call from a guy named Ryan Garvin who explained he was with a company called Rockwell Legal Group. He shared with me information on how he could help me become debt free with the help…

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Buying a car is a very subjective experience. Some love nothing more than to wander the aisles of a car lot, evaluating potential options. Others, on the other hand, are brought to the lot kicking and screaming. Some who desperately need a new car will put it off for as long as possible simply because…

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