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How to Have a Debt-Free Christmas (+ 8 FREE Christmas Activities)

How to Have a Debt-Free Christmas (+ 8 FREE Christmas Activities)

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Just saying that and I’m sure your mind goes to cozy sweaters, lights, decorations, and all the joys of C...
How to Quickly Make Money from Your Clutter

How to Quickly Make Money from Your Clutter

You’re ready to get out of debt. Or just have a little more in savings. You’ve heard people talk about selling your stuff to make a quick buck. You...
How to Prepare for Rainy Days in Your Financial Forecast

How to Prepare for Rainy Days in Your Financial Forecast

Have you ever experienced flash floods, or an unexpected rain shower? Water is a force to be reckoned with! If it catches you off guard you can be ...
Get Rid of Student Loan Debt with This Game-Themed Chart

Get Rid of Student Loan Debt with This Game-Themed Chart

Over one-third of young adults have student loan debt. The median debt for those who have student loans is $17,000--and some of us hold higher bala...
How to Keep Your Family Vacation on Budget!

How to Keep Your Family Vacation on Budget!

Getting that itch to travel, to relax and take a break? After the crazy year we’ve had, who isn’t? But what about the cost? It can be so stressful ...
Progress is Better than Perfection: Danielle's Story

Progress is Better than Perfection: Danielle's Story

Paying off debt, saving money, and reaching big money goals are easier to accomplish when you have support (from family of friends) or have seen s...
Success is a Horrible Teacher

Success is a Horrible Teacher

When I was in Jr high, rollerblades were all the rage! I saved, bought a pair, and started “blading”. And then I ate it, hard. Both knees all scuff...
Why Your Emergency Fund is NOT a Savings Account - And What Ours Looks Like

Why Your Emergency Fund is NOT a Savings Account - And What Ours Looks Like

There’s a misconception floating around out there that I want to clear up: your emergency fund is NOT a savings account. And you are not a failure ...
13 Free and Fun Summer Activities

13 Free and Fun Summer Activities

The days are getting longer, and warmer. Summer is here! And if you don’t want a bummer summer, have I got some activities for you!  Save that mon...
How Visuals Help You Meet Money Goals Faster: Rebekah's Story

How Visuals Help You Meet Money Goals Faster: Rebekah's Story

Paying off debt, saving money, and reaching big money goals are easier to accomplish when you have support (from family of friends) or have seen s...
5 of the Best Self Care Printable Trackers

5 of the Best Self Care Printable Trackers

Daily life, work, and family often take up our time and leave little room for taking care of ourselves! These six printables can help you to stay o...
Decluttering Fun Printable Pack

Decluttering Fun Printable Pack

If you're anything like me, you need all the help you can get when it comes to getting the clutter out. That's why I made these pages to add more f...
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Linda Dougherty
This will be a great visual!

Planning ahead, so I downloaded this chart. It will be great visual motivation when the personal loan is in place. Definitely recommend it! Thanks for making this and so many others available at no cost.

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Verna Shelton
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This has been a big help to keep me on track, motivated, and accountable

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Debt Free Chart
DeeAnne White
Loving my debt charts!

These are absolutely fabulous! I love using my charts. I just started and I’m looking forward to finishing them and sending you the picture afterwards.

The visual tool I needed

I love that this is a fun, visual tool. It reminds me that I am taking the steps needed to get out of debt. I have mixed up my colors a bit between my minimum payment and the extra to show myself how well I am doing.

Keeping me on track

This is a great visual to keep me accountable for paying off my credit cards.