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Month: October 2017

Debt Success Stories

Feeling trapped is exhausting, it can drag you down. Keep you in a slump. Once you get out of that slump, once you are free, you can finally live again.

You might feel dragged down by your student loans, car loan, or maybe you went a bit over your means with that credit card and now, you simply do not know how to get out of it.
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Spend Less, Live More

Since we started saving over half our income, our budget has slightly changed. We now shop less, eat out less, buy less, but that’s all good things!

We buy a lot less stuff, but we value experiences a lot more anyways. We still travel a lot, eat out in amazing restaurants, and do fun activities… We just spend way less time at the mall.
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Can you do Better?

Finding a good job is hard. Finding the perfect job is even harder. As part of our Better Self series, I am asking myself if there might be something better out there to not only grow in my career but as a person.

Although I recently changed positions 8 months ago, it was a lateral move. Work is now closer to home, which is great, but there is so much more out there… Sometimes I just wonder how it would be to change careers altogether.
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Blogger Recognition Award

I would like to start by thanking  The Financial Journeyman for nominating me for the Blogger Recognition Award.  We have been blogging for a while now and this recognition is a big deal to us.  With all the personal finance and early retirement blogs out there, it is a true honor see you took the time to read ours and to get a bit of recognition.
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Better Self – Start Living Now

As part of our new Better Self series, I am committing to reading a book-a-week. This week, I was reading the Art of War from Steven Pressfield. It describes how we can avoid the roadblocks of any creative endeavor and how Resistance is the root of all procrastination, hesitation, and laziness. It is a great book and I highly recommend it.
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