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Why Personal Finance is Like Cross Dressing

This is a very special post dedicated to my friend JT McGee at Money Mamba, who is not a cross dresser (as far as I know). Please visit his site, where he will be linking to this post, very reluctantly I'm sure, in every post roundup for the … Continue reading...

I Have Too Much Stuff – Do You?

Last night I decided to take control of the laundry disaster going on in my house. With all the drama at work lately, everything else in my life has kind of been on pause. I admit I haven't been doing as much housework as I should any housework. And … Continue reading...

Online Surveys: Opinion Outpost Review

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Disclosure: I have not received any type of compensation for this review. However, all links in this post are affiliate links, meaning I get $1 if you use the link to sign up to take surveys on Opinion Outpost. So if you're the least bit interested, … Continue reading...

Saying Goodbye to Credit Card Debt

GOODBYE credit card debt! How exciting to finally be credit card debt free. I am dreaming of the day we can pay off all of our debt and be completely debt free. Credit card debt is so expensive and eats up so much of my monthly budget. Reading stories like these keeps me inspired and chipping away at my debt. It will all be gone one day, I just have to keep saving m7y pennnies.

Guess who no longer has credit card debt - THIS GIRL!!!!! Last night I was in bed using the Mint.com app on my phone, and I noticed that my direct deposit hit early. I earned exactly enough from my second job ($305) to pay off my Dell card. So I … Continue reading...

Rebuilding Credit After Bankruptcy: 3 Critical Steps

The following is a sponsored guest post by M. Sean Cydrus, an Ohio attorney specializing in bankruptcy. Wading back into the murky world of debt can be nerve-wracking if you’ve just gone through bankruptcy. But if you have financial goals, it’s … Continue reading...