Struggling to create a budget and get. out of debt?

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It took me nearly a year to figure it all out and actually start budgeting and taking control of my financial future.

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The One Thing I Would Do Differently

When I was growing up, and more memorably in high school, after completing something that was a big deal to me my dad would always ask me, what would I do differently for next time? I came to better understand his question as, “Now that you have had the experience,...

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Working From Home – Is It All It’s Cut Out To Be?

As with just about everything in life, there are pros and cons to anything we have or do in life - and that goes for those of us who are working from home too (or want to work from home).  What are the benefits of working from home? Working from home has some...

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Dustin. A Debt Survivor.

Not only did I get out of debt – I did it while being laid off… Twice!
Want to learn how I did it? I’ve got budgeting strategies and money management tips so you can be successful too!

$45,000

Of Debt

Unemployed

Twice!

2 Years

to Debt Free!
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Student Loans

My debt comprised almost entirely of student loans. Both private and government.
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Income Streams

I had my full-time job paychecks – but I started donating plasma and photographing engagments and weddings.
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Time to Payoff

It took me 2 years and 3 months to pay off my loans. The time it takes you will vary based on loan amounts, interest rates, and extra payment amounts.

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