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6 Ways To Stick To Your Budget

A few months ago I asked people on Instagram what they struggle with most when it comes to budgeting and saving money.  An overwhelming amount of people said that they struggle with actually sticking to their budget each month. I know firsthand that self-discipline is easy in theory, but can be extremely difficult in real […] Read more…

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Easy Dinner Ideas

If you’re anything like me, then you thrive off of easy dinner ideas to get you through the week.  I know that after a long day at work I’m much more likely to swing by a fast food restaurant and pick up dinner that I didn’t actually budget for.  To keep that from happening, I […] Read more…

How We Paid Off $111,000 Of Debt

When my husband and I first met, becoming debt free was not one of our priorities.  In fact, it wasn’t even on our radar!  However, after getting pregnant pretty soon after we got married, we faced our financial truth and total up our debt.  Honestly, we were both completely shocked to realize that we had […] Read more…

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The Steps One Family Took To Pay Off $490,000 Worth Of Debt

Several months ago I had the pleasure of meeting Sami Womack.  She’s a wife, mom, and budget coach who has an inspiring story of paying off $490,000 worth of debt!  I decided to have her over on Inspired Budget today to share a little more about herself and her journey.  Meet Sami! Tell us a […] Read more…

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Real Reasons To Pause Your Debt Snowball (And Reasons You Shouldn’t)

If I’ve learned anything in adulthood, it’s that life won’t go as planned.  And for a type A control freak like myself, that can be devastating news.  Things will go wrong and sometimes you just have to pause your debt snowball and take care of life.   To pause your debt snowball, you will continue making minimum […] Read more…

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