Do you love the idea of freeing up extra money in your life, getting out of debt and finally being able to … well … be free? Free of financial burdens and stress? Free of owing other people your money every month? I get it and I have been there, friend. What really stinks is wanting so badly to make
It’s pretty well known that we busted our butts to become debt-free in early 2019. What might not be as well known is that I nearly drove myself to the brink of insanity while we did it. We scrimped and saved and put as much money toward debt each month as we could. We were very “gazelle intense.” When I’d work to make extra money, nearly all of it would go toward debt payoff. While I don’t regret becoming debt-free, I definitely see now that there was a better approach to it.
I finally admitted something that was super terrifying to admit, especially when you’re a part of the #debtfreecommunity. That is that I’m not totally gazelle intense any more. If you’ve taken Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University classes then you know what I’m talking about. Gazelle Intense is a way of explaining extreme debt payoff. Like a gazelle running for its life from a lion. It is a great motivational tactic, but for me, it almost caused me to have a nervous breakdown.
We paid off our $6,000 of debt in 6 months by using sneaking debt hacking tricks. The thing is, I’ve been holding out on you. Even though we didn’t personally take advantage of all these options, there are actually a lot of ways to hack your debt, get it paid off sooner and finally get your life back. Check out these 13 ways to pay off your debt faster while still enjoying your life!
Today, I am so excited to be able to share with you one of my favorite debt-free success stories. After receiving her first student loan payment in the mail, Michelle knew she had to get serious about paying off her debt. She knocked out her loans in only 7 months thanks partially to her side hustle: blogging. I was fortunate enough to get to interview Michelle about her debt payoff and the success of her blog, Making Sense of Cents. Keep reading to see how she turned her blog from a
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