Melanie shared her debt repayment journey, which is as unique as she is. In total, she racked up $81,000 in debt and is now down to $35,000. She has paid all of this off while earning very meager incomes and at one point, she was even making so little that she qualified for food stamps.
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It’s the last Friday of the month, which means it’s Happy Hour Friday on my podcast. In this episode, me and the ladies chat about frugal travel tips and share some great travel stories. There is really a lot of great information and of course funny stories in this episode, and I hope you enjoy! affordable clothing, cheap clothing, frugal clothing