Credit Card Debt

Avoid 5 common money mistakes people make!

5 Common Money Mistakes People Make

People who struggle with money share similar money mistakes that can be avoided through intentional actions.  It’s about clearly seeing where you are and where you want to go.

Millennials are not usually good with money. Read about this thriving millennial!

Not Your Standard Millennial

Today I have a special guest post from Johnzelle.  Johnzelle stumbled upon my blog as I was just starting up and has been extremely supportive ever since.  He is a great motivator and currently writes about mental health and lifestyle on his blog Perfectly Imperfect.  I appreciate him taking the time to add his perspective to …

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Check out these 7 easy healthy habits to get out of debt!

Do These 7 Healthy Habits To Get Out Of Debt

Let’s face it, the reason you’re in debt is partly due to some bad habits.  To simplify it even more, you spend or have spent more than your income which has left you in this stressful position.

How I’m Going To Dig Out Of Credit Card Debt

I’m very excited about this post today!  It is a guest post from Melanie over at Partners In Fire who I work with on a regular basis.  She has been blogging about financial independence for a while now and even has a new podcast!

How To Feel Good About Christmas In January

Christmas in January?  You know what I’m talking about – Christmas in February, March, April…. the gift that keeps on giving, through credit card debt.

Find out how to pay off your debt fast!

The Debt Payoff Playbook For Beginners

Paying off debt and building a future you can live off of is the primary focus of this blog. We are not talking about merely surviving in our golden years, but actually thriving! Unfortunately, the world is not geared towards helping you thrive in retirement.

When It Pays To Use Credit Cards

Credit cards can be a great tool for earning rewards and cash back if used properly.  Unfortunately, according to NerdWallet.com, the average household that’s carrying credit card debt has a balance of $15,482.¹