Guest Post: Save Your Way Out of Debt

Guest Post: Save Your Way Out of Debt

Saving is the fastest way out of debt. Time and time again I see men and women in debt keeping themselves in deprivation mode saying things like, “I can’t buy new clothes until my debt is paid down,” or “I don’t deserve a vacation because I’m only paying the minimum...
Yes, I’m in debt. And yes, I bought that.

Yes, I’m in debt. And yes, I bought that.

Being in debt sucks. You know that. And it’s hard, when you are in debt to stick to your guns where spending is concerned. Especially if you are in debt, not for student loan or medical reasons. You got there because you like spend money, or get things, or go...
Debt Avalanche vs. Debt Snowball

Debt Avalanche vs. Debt Snowball

When you are in debt, you need a solution. Paying off the debt, is of course, the goal – but how to get there? That’s the problem. From my experience, and what I’ve read, there are two major ways to achieve the goal. And to be completely honest, I...
5 Ways to Make Money Without Leaving the Couch

5 Ways to Make Money Without Leaving the Couch

It should be clear to you at this point that it is entirely possible to pay off large sums of debt. And, just in case you missed it…the only way to do that is to make some money. When I first started down the journey to soul-crippling debt, it was as a lark. I...

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Guest Post: Save Your Way Out of Debt

My chains are gone…I’ve been set free.

My chains are gone…I’ve been set free – those words are part of the chorus of a newer version of the song Amazing Grace. And technically, it’s referring to the way Jesus’ death set all believers free from their sin (which is super...
Guest Post: Save Your Way Out of Debt

I’m Thankful For My Debt.

I bet you NEVER thought you’d hear anyone say that.  But, you know what, it’s the God’s honest truth. Four years ago I found myself with a mountain of credit card debt. At it’s highest point, I was hovering around $60k (no joke).  And I...