So, I looked….

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Debt Payment Plan

I shouldn’t have done it, but I did.

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Debt Free Living: Ka’ea’s Story

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Ke’ea is a long time friend of mine who I consider one of the most deep thinking people I know.  She is always thinking about what others are saying and taking it to heart.  I love that about her.  I feel like she has the true change of heart that it takes to get out of debt, so […]

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5 Ways To Fool Proof Your Budget

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There are many things you can do to fool proof your budget so that you don’t over spend.  These process can include a daily check on your blog or a friend.  Here are 5 ways you can fool proof your budget to help you stay where you need to and not go over budget each […]

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How to Make a Budget

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How to Start a Budget

While there are lots of people who use budgets, I get the question often about how to make a budget. It is very intimidating when you need to get started making one. I think this is the hardest part of budgeting.  You never feel like things are what they should be.  But just like couponing, […]

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The Scary Side of Debt and How We Made It through Part 2

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This post is continued from The Scary Side of Debt and How We Made It through Part 1 So what do you do? Obviously you have obligations to pay. And I am not going to be dishonest and leave people hanging. It was surprising how companies and people are so willing to work with you. The […]

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