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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.

from GrowingSlower

How to Pay Off Debt Fast with a Low Income

How to Pay Off Debt Fast with a Low Income - This is a very in-depth article on How to Pay Off Debt Fast with a Low Income from a frugal mom who has actually done it. You'll learn how to get out of debt even if you don't think it's possible, make a better budget, save money even when you're already living frugally, and find ways to earn extra money to throw at your debt. You'll also be inspired by more debt free stories of real families who are paying off their debt fast, even on a low…

from Living Well Spending Less®

5 Habits of Successful Debt Slayers

Ever feel like you are drowning in in a sea of unpaid bills? Taking on that debt dragon can be incredibly scary but these 5 simple habits of successful debt slayers can help you kill that debt once and for all! debt free debt freedom #debt #debtfree #savemoney family finances, family budget

from Jessi Fearon

Debt is Not Forever - Define Your Why

Debt is comfortable. Even before we can legally own debt, we have been sold on the idea that adult life must have debt, but debt is not forever. family finances, family budget

from Debt Free Spending

Debt Payoff Update for November 2015

Find out how we paid of $50,000 in debt in six months and check in on our monthly debt free update for November 2015.

from Disease called Debt

Getting out of debt story: a mission to pay back thousands

Our Debt Story - How we ended up in tons of Debt TWICE! This post describes the circumstances surrounding our debt. family finances, family budget

from Jessi Fearon

How We Paid off $5,000 of Debt in One Month

We really did pay off just over $5,000 of debt in one month but it wasn't easy and this is definitely not something that will be possible every month, but slaying the debt monster is completely possible.

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from Making Sense Of Cents

Reasons You're Still In Debt

4 Reasons You’re Still In Debt. Yes, it is great to just start attacking your debt, but you also don’t want to fall into a vicious cycle of going into debt over and over again. http://www.makingsenseofcents.com/2014/02/reasons-youre-still-in-debt.html