My Life Plan

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A few years ago, we were struggling financially and I felt like our situation was hopeless. But once I created our debt freedom plan and outlined the steps we would take to wade through the hardships, I was overcome with relief. The plan allowed us to think beyond the financial struggles we were dealing with at the time and we could envision what our future might look like. I broke my goals into two categories: Financial and Personal. Pay off our mortgage debt.

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4 Ways to Enhance Your Financial New Year’s Resolutions

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As you might expect, especially among personal finance bloggers, financial resolutions are pretty popular. However, your New Year’s Resolutions should be about more than just generically “saving more”, “spending less”, or “paying down debt” What if you’ve been making solid progress in those areas? If you are looking for a way to financially level up, here are 4 strategies that can help you make better money resolutions.

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Shannon & Her Husband Paid off $22,000 in 9 Months

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Today’s Debt Free Story is from Shannon. What do you and your spouse do for a living? I’m Shannon Brown, and I’m a crunchy Christian mama blessed to live in beautiful North Idaho. I have been sharing my passion for simple living on GrowingSlower.com since 2011, and I now have added the Real Mom’s Guide series of books and courses to further encourage my readers! How much debt did you pay off? What kind of debt was it?

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Find out How Acadia & Her Husband Paid off $97,000 in Student Loans

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Today’s Debt Free Story is from Acadia. She writes about simple living, parenting and her family’s foster story at Fostering Simplicity. What do you and your spouse do for a living? How much debt did you pay off? What kind of debt was it? All of our debt was $97,000 in student loan debt. We ended up buying a house from a relative, which put us in even more debt. What inspired you to get debt free?

Find out how Anna paid off $23,605 in college, personal loans, and credit cards.

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Today’s Debt Free Story is from Anna. She is on a mission to help others become debt free. What do you and your spouse do for a living? . I lived there for 2 years then I moved to Denver to go to photography school in 1998. How much debt did you pay off? What kind of debt was it? It was a mix of college loans, a personal loan from my parents (for college), an overdraft account, and credit card debt. Debt Free Stories

Meet Stacy. She and her husband paid off $20,000 in 8 Months.

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Today’s debt free story is from Stacy. She shares delicious recipes, money saving tips and frugal living posts at her blog, Stacy Makes Cents. What do you and your spouse do for a living? We live in Southwest Virginia – I was born and raised here. How much debt did you pay off? What kind of debt was it? We were debt free before I was 30 , including our home. What inspired you to get debt free?

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