“Gratitude turns what we have into enough.” – Melody Beattie, bestselling author. In the movie Wallstreet, iconic speech by Gordon Gekko declares “…Greed, for lack of a better word,  is good. Greed is right.  Greed works…”  Gordon was wrong.  Drive is good.  Inspiration is good.  Desire to improve the world is good.  Pure, unadulterated greed…

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DebtReliefZones.com can help you find freedom from debt, but staying committed to your budget will make all the difference in your level of success. It is winter in the northern-lands, and cabin fever is a threat, so I am looking for things to do without blowing our budget.  The following list excludes activities like watching…

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According to the International institute of Finance, Global debt is the first 6 months of 2019 surged by $7.5 trillion.  I can’t even imagine that many zeroes, but if governments around the world can’t balance budgets, how will you and I budget our households? What if you have been doing better than you thought?  I…

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We rang in the new year, and for so many of us, the bills are starting to come in.  Yes, you will need to get the extra charges paid off, but there are other things you can do to think ahead for next year. Get inspired by the journey to Debt Freedom in 2020 by…

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Ouch!  This season of joy is seriously crimping my wallet!  It’s okay.  I expected it and because becoming free of debt is so important to me, I am working to stay focused on gratitude for what I have, not on what I want.  As one blogger recently posted, consumerism has a negative effect not just…

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Finally, you took the job as ride share for money on the side. It makes lie and budgeting easier, but are you covered? This article from The Simple Dollar spells out Best way for Insuring yourself in a gig economy. https://www.thesimpledollar.com/insurance/auto/rideshare-insurance

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We are in the final quarter of 2019, and facing the most dangerous spending months of the year.  It is time to make your holiday budget plan and your new year’s resolutions for debt free living in 2020!  Here are five hints I’m following this year as part of my resolution to be debt free…

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Well, it has been just over the 6 months I committed to on my spending moratorium.  I have been able to save some money, so I can pay off some of my debt. I do not think I will continue on the spending moratorium to reduce debt, but I do think it has taught me…

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Fall can be a fun time of year, with costume parties, and clam bakes and Octoberfest celebrations.  But for people struggling with debt, fall means more stress as the holidays loom around the corner and that one snarky office person brags about having almost all her shopping done.  If your debt is not already under…

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