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5 Reasons You’re Not Making Progress Dumping Debt

5 Reasons You’re Not Making Progress Dumping Debt

When dumping debt, the journey is rarely an entirely smooth ride. Sometimes the  progress will stall or stopped altogether. It happens. It’s normal. Don’t worry. Whether you have lost your motivation to continue saving or you’re simply going about dumping debt in all the wrong ways, you can recover from any setback and get back...

Make Hard Choices to Dump Debt Faster

Make Hard Choices to Dump Debt Faster

We talk a lot about cutting back. It’s easy to talk about cutting frivolous spending or things of no real consequence. Well…sometimes it’s easy. You will live without cable, gourmet coffee, or clothing upgrades. You will, trust me. Unless your debt is small or your income is large, you’ll likely need to make hard choices...

Debt Free At 61 – Never Too Late To Begin

Debt Free At 61 – Never Too Late To Begin

Dallas native, Elizabeth Amerine, holds a Ph.D. in Neuropsychology (the study of the relationship between behavior, emotion, and cognition on the one hand, and brain function on the other – I had to look it up). How does such a smart lady end up at 72 years old still owing $185,000 in student loans from...

Don’t Give Up

Don’t Give Up

If you’re not up on Sesame Street’s music production, you’re missing out. Grant it, with toddlers running around my ankles – Sesame Street and other children’s programming have become a part of my regular routine. Enjoyed throughout my childhood, Sesame Street really keeps up with the trends while keeping the focus purely on educational development....

Loosing Weight vs. Debt

Loosing Weight vs. Debt

The comparison between losing weight and dumping debt has intrigued the Divas for some time. As we continue to help people work towards debt freedom and I inch toward minimizing this post baby bump (not cute after the kids start walking and talking), the similarities are clear. In both cases, discipline and internal motivation are...