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Donating to the food bank is really important to me. I always check their focus and at the moment it's UHT milk and toiletries. I like to spend around £10 a month doing a mini shop to donate. It's not huge, it doesn't hurt my budget but it could really help someone that needs it 💕 For anyone in the financial position to do so, I really recommend donating to your local food bank. And, if you financially are not able to, donating your time to worthy causes is just as important! ❤️ We have been lucky to never need to use the food bank, however who ever knows what is around the corner? We are trying our best to be prepared financially for whatever life may throw at us, but the truth is that sometimes life throws the unexpected. Most of us are only a few pay checks away from being homeless if it all goes wrong I don't want anyone to think this is a brag, it's not at all, I just want everyone to keep in mind the large impact we can have without even giving too much. Our local food bank is a trusselltrust ran food bank. Check out their website for one in your area 💪 daveramsey daveramseybabysteps budget budgeting money moneysaving finances frugal savingmoney savingforahouse debtfreecommunity budgetlife saving debtfree debtfreeuk debtfreecommunityuk debtfreeliving ukdebtfreecommunity daveramseyuk totalmoneymakeover giving donation foodbank fooddonation trusselltrust livelikenooneelse soyoucangivelikenooneelse

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£148.02 water bill paid from sinking fund (this is only for 6 months ) with the rest to be paid off in September. I didn’t have to worry about this I KK as if already saved the money in my sinking fund to cover 🙌🏼 ukdebtfreecommunity debtfreecommunity ukdebtfreejourney debtfreejourney debtfreeuk ukdebtfree debt goodbyedebt financialfreedom debtfreegoals debtfreedom debtfreewannabe debtfreeliving debtsnowball debt debtisdumb financialfreedom discoverunder10k financialfreedomstartshere getoutofdebt credit savingmoney moneysavingexpert

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Follow and click the link in my bio for my Extreme couponing course $17vs.$70 This course will add great value to your life ! It will decrease those bad spending habits and increase your savings ! Let me teach you my ways of smarter shopping . This course not only teaches you how to use a coupon, discounts etc. but will teach you how to shop without one! budget debtfreecommunity debtfree budgeting debtfreejourney money financialfreedom frugalliving finance debtfreeliving personalfinance frugal couponcommunity savemoney debt savingmoney wealth daveramsey debtfreedom hustle financialliteracy budgetplanner save entrepreneur shop personalfinanceforwomen repost stockmarket shoppingsmart goals

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Ben Franklin speaking the truth! all that spare change sitting in your couch cushions and car glove compartments all add up to something! so start putting that $ in your savings, investment, or retirement account and get the ball rolling this week! every little bit counts themodestmba financialfreedom budgetlife byebyedebt frugalliving personalfinanceforwomen moneygoals mbagraduate savemoney savingmoney debtfreejourney personalfinance financialindepedence bosswoman bossgirl savemore frugal invest buildwealth financialhelp debtfree moneymindset moneymanagement financiallyfree moneymoves debtfreeliving girlboss livingmybestlife finance101 bossbabe

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Click the link for my Extreme couponing course $17 vs.$70 This course will add a great value to your life ! It will decrease those bad spending habits and increase your savings ! Let me teach you my ways of smarter shopping . This course not only teaches you how to use a coupon, discounts etc. but will teach you how to shop without one! budget debtfreecommunity debtfree budgeting debtfreejourney money financialfreedom frugalliving finance debtfreeliving personalfinance frugal couponcommunity savemoney debt savingmoney wealth daveramsey debtfreedom hustle financialliteracy budgetplanner save entrepreneur shop personalfinanceforwomen repost stockmarket shoppingsmart goals

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Oink, oink! Ask yourself every single day"What did I do to save money today?" Skipped the expensive coffee? Put $5 in your "Dream Jar?" Created a budget? Try to take one tiny step towards your financial goals each day! 😁

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Are you Stressed about your student loan debt? Do you feel like you’re just always going to have it? Are you frustrated with your balance that seems to keep growing even though you’ve been making your payments faithfully for months and months? This download is for you! It's a list of 5 Student Loan Debt Tips. As an attorney, I had my own student loan to deal with. When it comes to paying off your debt, information is your secret weapon. This download can help start you on your way to paying your student loan debt off, once and for all! ***For 5 Student Loan Debt Tips, click on the link in my profile!⁣ ⁣ savemoney debtfree personalfinance moneymanagement wealth money moneymindsent finance debtfree financialfreedom studentloans studentloan studentloandebt greatliving savemoney buildwealth debtfreedom millionairemindset moneytips debtfreeliving financialeducation financialhelp financialdomination financial entrepreneurmom debt financiallyfree financialliteracy dollars cash

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Friday I posted, and explained, how I plan to use this spreadsheet to get a month ahead + fully fund my sinking funds. • I promised to recreate it in Google Sheets so that you all may have access to it as well. It’s F R E E and the link is in my bio. I’ve included instructions on how to use it, and I’ve also saved my stories from Friday in my ‘Budgeting’ highlights. • I hope this spreadsheet helps organize your thoughts as it did mind. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions budgetingmommy kickingdebtwithkayla debtfreedom debtfreecommunity debtfree budgeting budgets debtfreejourney roadtodebtfreedom financialfreedom debtfreeliving budgetplanning moneymanagement daveramsey ynab ynabcommunity youneedabudget financialindependence sixfiguredebt

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Groceries, car and fun are three of the categories that are included in my budget every month The first two are a given, I need to eat and I need to travel to get to work. Utilities and such are obviously budgeted but not in envelopes as they are direct debit payments My fun category is important to me, and should be to everyone working their way through Baby Step 2 Fun for me can be anything from going out for dinner, to having a massage. There isn’t a restriction on what I can do under the fun heading just need to make sure it’s in budget The only thing that may change is the amount allocated. If it’s been a stressful month I try to ensure the following month allows for a little more fun to create a bit of balance in my life between enjoying the debt free journey (as much as I can) and absolutely kicking debt in the backside and working like a crazy lady

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If you missed today's newsletter, you missed out on some great wit & wisdom for your wallet! Sign up by clicking on the link in my profile! ***For 5 Student Loan Debt Tips, click on the link in my profile!⁣ ⁣ savemoney debtfree personalfinance moneymanagement wealth money moneymindsent finance debtfree financialfreedom studentloans studentloan studentloandebt greatliving savemoney buildwealth debtfreedom millionairemindset moneytips debtfreeliving financialeducation financialhelp financialdomination financial entrepreneurmom debt financiallyfree financialliteracy dollars cash

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I am a public figure and i put my life out there for people to consume. I share vulnerable stuff about ivf and infertility, money and mentalhealth. One thing I don't care about is strangers' opinions. What I mean is, I welcome discourse but I don't get all emotional about it. I leave comments up that disagree, that's cool because my opinion is just that, an opinion. And you can't really do much to make me offended or angry. I made the choice a long time ago not to care. My singular focus on a few goals is what allows me to achieve success on my own terms. My time is worth more by loving the people in my life, helping, spreading positivity, and doing a good job at my day job. debtfreecommunity debtfreeliving debtfreejourney retirement savingmoney frugal earlyretirement fire goaldigger 📸 genandgus

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I am throwing around an idea and I would appreciate any help I can get! I have many questions! Our goal is to build a smaller house (about 1000 square feet) out in the country. It will just be my husband and I next year as our 🙎‍♀️🙎‍♀️ will be moved out and starting their own lives (I still don’t know how I feel about that, but that is a story for another time!) I would like to pay off our mortgage on this new house within ten years of building. This would mean double mortgage payments for ten years. I am fascinated by the idea of saving for one year and buying an RV (which we want to do anyways) and renovating it. We would purchase our land and live in the RV on our land for 4-5 years and save everything and pay the new build off in cash. This would cut 5 years off our plan and leave us COMPLETELY debt free. I just don’t know what this involves. I am worried about the winter as well. We live in Ottawa, Ontario so our winters are VERY COLD. Obviously we would have to install a septic system and water and hydro. This we would eventually have to do anyways for the house build. Any tips or stories from those that are already living the RV life?? We are not ready to travel as we both have full time jobs. So this would be a stationary RV living for awhile. I can’t wait to hear stories and tips or things that I may not have thought of! debtfreeliving debtfreecommunity debtfreejourney financialfreedom rvliving tinyhouseliving rvrenovations rvtravel

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This is the chance of a lifetime. It works if you work, its that simple! What’s a better future worth? —- Wealth building is the goal, not just make some money! It’s not just a mindset, its understanding and action! 🤔 You work, you win This is strictly for the doers! Not the dreamers! These Courses cover: 1. Wealth Building - With money you don’t have to sacrifice Go here to learn more: - for individual courses, visit: . Learn all this without having to worry about: No Second Job No Buying No Selling No Investing No Begging or Borrowing No need to start a business . Start paying off student loans, straighten up that credit and protect your assets! These courses will literally change your life. If you work, then that's all you need. Just make $50,000 or more and you're qualified to start on your future. Imagine, being able to put down 20% or more on a house in 5 years or less. Continue the process and actually pay off your house in 10 years Imagine your whole family being able to save toward generational wealth, foundational goals, without stressing over money! The choice is truly yours, with these amazing courses! wealth financialwellness taxes payoff debtfreeliving debtfree credit creditrepair financialfuture payoffstudentloans carnote financialfreedom taxrefund assetprotection generationalwealthcourse wealthbuildingwithtaxes wealthbuilding retirementplanning homeowner studentloans nomorestudentloans mortgagepayoff

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Book 22 of the year. This one is going to take me awhile to get through as it’s a long one but it’s so incredibly interesting. If you have any interest in human behaviour this one might interest you. Has anyone else read it?

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Getting this far into debt taught us how much it costs to move countries . As our Visas are only for 2 years, we theoretically have another international move ahead of us next year . I don’t want to go into that move with less than we had the first time. I want to be confident knowing that we can make the move without getting in debt What is your why?

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He’s not too sure about the waves. I think it throws off his balance so he always wants picked up when the water is close by! lifeofleviwesley

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✨Are u thinking of starting a side hustle? Here’s my advice- DO IT! Start by asking yourself what do you love to do? What do you lose track of time doing? Then get clear on your WHY. Why do you want to bring in more income? Here’s my WHY: I need to feel like I’m contributing more in my marriage. Yes the debt is a big motivator right now but that will be gone in a matter of months-then what? Imma stop the hustle? Hell no. I’ll then focus on getting our 6 month emergency fund in place- then set up my own retirement. (15% income into a Roth IRA) Since January I’ve realized how small I’ve been playing and I’m just getting started! I know it’s cliché but seriously- if i can find a way to almost triple my income from last year, so can you! March has been good to me for sure- at the end of the month I’m going to break down my income & side hustles for you. I’ll show you how I’ve budgeted for the month with paying down debt AND saving for upcoming trips. 🌈🤸🏼‍♂️✨ • • • budget debtfreecommunity debtfreejourney debtfree debtfreeliving debtfreelifestyle babysteps love life motivate inspire

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The system is designed for the rich to get richer and the poor to stay poor. Mainstream is pushing a consumerism culture, where poor ppl are trying to buy the latest trend, latest gadget, most expensive cars, latest everything to keep big Corp making money at the detriment of the average Joe’s savings and retirements. There’re tools out there to learn about the system and beat the cycle of poverty and debt. The road is not simple and easy but it’s totally worth it. The strong willed can shift their mindset from following what everyone is doing to ultimately succeed financialfreedom finance blog blogger newblogger money moneymanagement financialpeace financeliteracy financialsuccess financetips womeninfinance blackwomeninfinance financialempowerment wealth wealthbuilding financialadvice debtfreecommunity debtfreejourney debtfree debtfreeliving debtfreegoals budget budgeting budgetplanning millenials investing savings

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I got tired of living life on survivalmode. I was constantly drowning in clutter, stress & overwhelm. I had zero time to focus on my creative time, online business and let alone my mental health.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Slowly I started realizing that being 'busy' and stressed were the direct results of my choices in life⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ - I said yes to all invitations that came my way, knowing damn well I would end up cancelling last minute.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ - I wanted a clean house, yet I continued to let clutter into my house.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ - I wanted to have productive mornings but instead I started my day with 30 minutes choosing an outfit from a cluttered closet.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ - I wanted to stop owing money but I continued buying stuff I did not actually need.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ FACT Our choices & habits are what will make us or break us in the long term. My former choices and habits definitely broke me and worst of all took a hit on my health.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ If you feel like you are on constant survivalmode and feel like your clutter, stress and busyness is holding you back, I want to talk to you. I am putting a program together to help busy women simplify their lives so they can thrive and make space for what truly matters in their life. DM me if you are insterested! Spots are limited!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ minimalism minimalliving debtfreeliving simpleliving simplifyyourlife simplelifehappylife happinessproject focusonwhatmatters declutter marikondo kinfolk moreproductivity worksmarter entrepreneurlife healthyhustle thehappynow selfmade girlpreneur changeyourlife badasswomen vsco_best travelmore prettylittlethings allyouneedisless livemore declutteryourlife womenpower

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[REGISTRATION LINK IN BIO] A recent survey asked several adults in their 40s their biggest financial regrets and most said: * ➡️Not saving enough money ➡️Living too large in their 20s ➡️Racking up unnecessary debt * We can’t afford to leave our ’ financial future up to chance. The schools aren’t teaching it, information online is not reliable, so it’s up to US. * That’s why I am teaching a FREE webinar tomorrow on this very topic. * If you have a special person❤ in your life who is struggling to find their footing in college or just out of college, OR if you just want to help them avoid🚫 the unnecessary stress of trying to navigate their financial future on their own, CLICK THE LINK in my bio.👆🏼 freewebinar webinar breakthecycle staywoke financialliteracy financiallylit saveandinvest savemoney financialfuture debtfreecommunity debtfreeliving debtfreedom makeyourmoneyworkforyou millennialmoney millennialfinance financialfreedom MMA millennialmoneyacademy

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This is a long post. I need to be honest with you. Today I am bringing up something I’ve never talked about before🤭 While it appears life is fun and laughter all the time, it isn’t. Surprise!😂 ••• 💵We budget. A lot. We do a pretty darn good job at having fun on a tight budget— 🚣🏻‍♀️Kayaking is free, since we already own the kayaks. 🧗🏻‍♀️ Hiking, climbing, and visiting places covered with our parks pass (it practically pays for itself) are other great free activities. While all this budget traveling is happening, something else is happening. ••• Let me explain 🤫We are NOT 100% debt free. 🏡We have a house with a mortgage (unknown to most of you). It has had renters for several years, but we still own it. 🚐We have an expensive truck. 🌲And a piece of property. 💸And one other random loan. ••• This means while we travel on a budget, we are also accumulating interest!😬 YIKES. We make our payments every month but that doesn’t get things paid off efficiently. WHAT I AM GETTING AT IS: Sometimes we stop traveling for a few weeks or months and we take care of our adult things. We work. We pay off some debt. We put a new roof on the house. We take care of the essentials. After a phase of adulting, we hop back on the road and budget really well until we are ready to pay off another chunk of “debt”. ••• This all being said the next 6 weeks of posts will be throwbacks from this winter. Right now isn’t play time, Louis is working his butt off 10 hours a day and I’m working when I can, so we can get one step closer to being debt free💸 ••• Are any of you on a debtfree journey? Tell me about it!

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We believe that it is a great idea to have monthly goal review meetings with an accountability partner. In this blog post, we shared four potential outcomes that come from having monthly goal meetings. Please check it out. Link in bio ❤️ > >

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March numbers are done. $1216.43 to debt this month. I think this is actually our smallest towards debt since we started last year but we have some things coming up in the next few months we needed to save for. I am happy to say we put over $5000 this month into savings, paying premiums in full for our new life insurance policies. I also put $1000.00 to my Roth IRA. We may not being doing a plan like everyone else but it is working for us and keeping us motivated. youdoyouboo debtfreegoals debtfreeliving frugal debtfreecommunity debtfreejourney

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Twenty-two years ago I made the decision to leave my full time job teaching high school English and French in exchange for caring for my fulltime. One led to more 👶🏼👶🏼 and a homeschool and a few more 👶🏼👶🏼👶🏼 We’ve made a point of living on one income since 1997 since life is uncertain. And so far, we’re still standing. 👫 Living on one income is not as easy as it was in the last century. It requires hard work and determination and some of these strategies. They've worked for us for over 20 years. I trust they will work for you, too! Read: Living on One Income and Living Well Link in profile. lifeasmom sahm budget frugal frugalliving frugalliving debtfreecommunity debtfreejourney debtfreeliving

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“Vote” -PEP hit 52 week high 📍For a brief moment, this e-mail was disregarded with the “my vote doesn’t count” mindset. Then there is the fact that I’ve had a love-hate relationship with PEP, and single stocks aren’t advised (ugh). The fact is, while the decision to hold or sell is being delayed, there’s been more in dividend payouts and valuation gains than any interest received on my savings account. 📍📍Seemingly unimportant decisions from self-invalidation will create unhealthy long term habits. Check your beliefs about money. 📍📍📍Addendum goal for today- review the 108 page document to make an informed voting decision and either act or sleep on the 52 week high price trigger alert. bigfacts- Multiple income streams and compound interest is your friend. You do not need to be rich to invest. You need to invest to get rich. debtfreeliving prerich everyvotematters successmindsets

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I’ve been trying to meal plan more this month and actually make food at home to bring for lunch. I’ve been doing pretty well and have learned something I didn’t expect throughout this process: I actually like the food I make and bring BETTER than food I can buy! I never would have expected to actually enjoy my food, and look forward to eating the food I have cooked, more than anything I can purchase at places near my office. debtfreegoals dfc debtfreejourney budget debtfreecommunity debtfree debtfreeliving debtisdumb debtpayoff

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Anyone out there with a variable income? 🙋🏽‍♀️ Budgeting on a variable income can be tricky, but it’s easily achievable! • Each month, budget off of what you know you’re going to be bringing in. This can be your base earnings or the lowest month you’ve had in the last year. Then list out all the additional things you’d like to do in your budget if you brought in more. Then if you bring in the bare minimum, you’re covered. And if you bring in more than expected, you have a plan for where those dollars should go. • Budgeting on a variable income may take some additional planning, but it’s totally possible! • Check out the link in my bio to get a budget template of your own and start budgeting! • • • debtfreecommunity debtfree debt money budgeting budgetingtips budget income variableincome budgetinglife thebudgetingwife sidehustle basesalary bonus commission variable debtfreeliving emergencyfund

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Today I am starting the garyvee $1.80 strategy 💪 I'll post updates to track my network growth

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I’ve pissed myself off a whole lot this month 😂 really tho, discipline during the debt free journey can be so infuriating. But I WANT that fast food cheat meal, I WANT that cute top. I’ve been saying no for so long and sometimes that gets old too, ya know?? Still trying to do what’s best tho. Real talk, this month has been hard. Essentially we’ve been able to cash flow some unexpected expenses, but that means less going towards debt payments and that hurts a little bit. Better luck next month! 🤞🏼 • • • • • • debtfreecommunity debtfreejourney debtfree debtsnowball debt debtfreegoals debtfreeliving debtfreedom debtisdumb cashisking daveramsey daveramseybabysteps daveramseybudget daveramseyplan daveramseycommunity daveramseyapproved gazelleintense sidehustle ebayseller ebayreseller ebaycommunity ebayhustle parttimereseller kickingdebtsbutt ebaysales busyweekend cashflow

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READ youngadultsurvivalguide 👈LINK IN BIO - NOT traveling while you are is one of the biggest regrets people have - Traveling can be expensive, so I put together 4 ways to travel without going into debt - Have you done any of these before? Number 2 was my favorite! I wish I knew about number 1 when I was younger - How have you traveled on a budget?⬇️⬇️⬇️

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I look happy, right? That would be because my accountant found me $24K I didn't expect. For reals. There are two lessons to be had: 1. Sometimes really good things happen unexpectedly too. 2. Use an accountant. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ I use Philip at EPR Yellowknife by the way. Loved EPR Yellowknife even before they pulled this rabbit out the hat. 867-669-0242 They are lovely and smart. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ PS - it has to do w/ declaring principle residences retroactively and saving on capital gains. And that's all I'm going to say about it :)

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OPPORTUNITY COST - I've posted a similar illustration in the past but I love this one in particular because it's a massive eye opener. And a lot of people see it and think, "well how come non-smokers aren't rich then?" For the same reason that most people aren't, they don't invest! They take the extra money and spend it at the bar, on food or leisure activities. The main principle at work here is consistent investment and compound interest. * * * * * * investing investor stockmarket wallstreet finance personalfinance financialfreedom investingforbeginners stocktrading influencer investingtips debtfreedom financialeducation smartmoney moneymanagement selfeducation moneymindset financeblogger debtfreeliving businesstips thinkandgrowrich realestate bookstagram selfhelpbooks billionairesclub successmindset savingmoney longterminvesting investingforus passiveincomeinvesting

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Three in one day 🤪❤️ I’m so happy it’s a small mini record for myself. The two yellow sold over on my mercari and the white one on my poshmark What sold?? 1. disney Little Mermaid Shirt 2. A bohemian flarepants that were brand new 3. Was a 2 piece set of elastic belts . Don’t have poshmark use my code RELOVEFASHIONN . thriftedthis goodwillfinds thriftstore vintageclothing vintagefashion thriftstyle thrifting poshmarkcloset poshboss thriftfind vintage4sale secondhanpshop secondhandshoes ecofriendly sustainablelifestyle debtfreeliving pricedtosell relovefashionn

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On to a new coloring chart! Now that all the credit card debt is gone, our next biggest debt in my car loan. As of today, we owe $14,000.00. I purchased the car new for somewhere around $26K in 2015. The old me used to upgrade/change cars every 2-4 years. Now I plan on keeping this car till the wheels fall off 😂

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It’s important to make sure loved ones who depend on you are financially safeguarded if you unexpectedly leave them behind. The way you provide that protection is with life insurance. Give us a call at 773-280-7999

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Another payment towards my Capital One credit card. I’m beginning to see the light at the end of this tunnel 🤗 Only $4,300 left until this debt is eliminated I honestly can’t believe I’ll be free from creditcarddebt this year🙌🏾💃🏾 payday credit payment worktheplan committed

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Is it Spring where you live? It’s finally starting to feel like Spring after an unusually long Winter by California standards! I’m looking forward to warmer weather and changing up routines and habits. At the top of the list: 1. I am (trying) to join the 5amclub with debtfreeinsunnyca 2. Make my bed every morning 3. Transition back to cash envelopes. What are you changing in Spring? organized organization hustle cashenvelopes debtfreecommunity budget debtfreeliving budgettingtips budgetliving frugalliving savingmoney budgetfriendly savingmoney savings savingmoney budgetfriendly savingsaccount daveramsey budgeting januarygoals februarygoals savingsgoals debtfreegoals 2019 financialfreedom financialindependence thebudgetblonde

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Money tight? Bills piling up? Can’t afford to be financially supportive for those who depend on you? Tired of lying about why you can’t join your friends out on the town? We hear you. Life doesn’t have to be this hard and money doesn’t have to be unfamiliar. You can change your habits and beliefs in just 30 days. All it takes is the desire and commitment to change. Click the link in bio.

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