Why Live In Debt

Debt Is A Four Letter Word

Debt is a four-letter word. After my divorce it wasn’t easy meeting all the demands of running a house with two kids on one income, and I was sliding backwards each month. Not by much but enough that it was incredibly stressful, and my unsecured debt had increased to five figures even though I vowed I would never go there again after having it all paid off at one point.

Paul’s advice in August 2015 came at a critical time in my life. I was frustrated with money but didn’t know where to start, or how to make the changes I needed to make. His simple steps allowed me to turn things around for good, and that positive energy gave me the confidence boost I needed to go after freelance work to make it all happen even faster.

I can now see the light at the end of the tunnel; my credit cards are paid off again, and a personal loan will be zeroed out by September 2016 at the latest. I actually enjoy logging into my online banking account instead of procrastinating when it’s time to pay bills. No more juggling, and I have a solid direction for my financial future.

Jen B Blogger

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