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These Are My (Debt) Confessions — Pt. 3

If you missed my other 2 confessions, (a) you are a terrible fan, don’t you know that reading RDS is as important as the air

These Are My (Debt) Confessions — Pt. 2

Happy Wednesday and welcome to part two of my confessions! So I told y’all on Monday that my debt journey started back in January 2012,

These Are My (Debt) Confessions — Pt. 1

Welcome to part 1 of my week of confessions. Today I will discuss when my debt payoff journey started, Wednesday I’ll talk about the issues

No Debt?! Let’s Talk to a Financial Badass

Hi guys! Today, instead of rambling incoherently about how awesome I am, I’m giving you a post from someone equally as awesome, Erin of Broke

You Can’t Hide From Your Debt

I love television. I know people say it is a waste of time, but I really don’t care. TV is freaking great. Not great enough

How to Pay Off Debt in the Most Complicated Way Possible

A few weeks ago, I wrote a post about the three major debt payoff methods and my struggle to choose one. After reading all of

Psychologically, mathematically, or emotionally – how do you pay off debt?

When it comes to paying off debt, everyone has an opinion on the most effective way to do it. Okay, not everyone. Mostly personal finance

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