Back when we were working to get out of debt, our blender broke, (along with our crock pot and coffee maker!) We saved up whatever was left over from our small household budget and finally bought a $10 blender on a Black Friday sale. We still haven’t replaced our cheap little blender, because we’ve found a way to make it do almost everything we need in it for only a tiny fraction of the price of the other high end blenders.read more
So, I’ve been working hard putting together the 21 Day Savings Challenge. I am REALLY excited about this because I believe it is going to launch you so far forward in your savings goals, that you just won’t stop until you reach them. And I’m confident, that even if all you do is the 21 Day Challenge, then you’ll still knock months or even years off your debt.read more
Not too long ago, I had a particularly busy time for work. I was constantly feeling guilty for taking time in the evenings and weekends to get work done. I had no time with my husband. I could see that this was not sustainable or healthy for our family if we let it continue. Practically though, I need to work for us to make ends meet. One night I was feeling very frustrated with finding enough time to grow my business and meet our financial needs while still meeting the needs of my family. For once, I quit working and talked it out with my husband. We had to make a plan to make things better, because I was on the edge. Things could not keep going down the same path.read more
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