How Having a Budget Can Help You Get Out of Debt

How Having a Budget Can Help You Get Out of Debt

It is bad enough to be in debt, but this is not one of those things that will go away if you let it alone. In fact, it is the opposite of quicksand, in the sense that if you don’t do something, you will be pulled under. Now, if someone suggested you to devise a [...]

2 Simple Steps to Start Your First Budget

2 Simple Steps to Start Your First Budget

In June 2011, I was completely maxed out. With only $100 in my bank account and maybe a little more than that left open on my credit card, years of swiping for the lifestyle I could never afford had finally caught up with me. And while I was too scared and ashamed to tell my [...]

Budgeting and Debt: Why the Two Go Hand in Hand

Budgeting and Debt: Why the Two Go Hand in Hand

For the first time since I was 18 years old, I don’t think about finances that much.

Why? Because I have been on a budget for 17 months straight.

A Simple Plan of Attack for Tackling Your Debt

A Simple Plan of Attack for Tackling Your Debt

According to TransUnion, the average credit card debt is close to $5,000 which makes it no surprise that paying off debts is one of the most popular New Year’s resolution. If your goal is to pay off debt and start living a more balanced financial life this year, this video is for you! You’ll learn how [...]

Great Resources From the Debt Movement Community

Great Resources From the Debt Movement Community

ow! To say that I’m not blown away would be big fat lie. The interest and support of the Debt Movement has been absolutely amazing. As I type this out we currently have over 600 people signed up and almost $17,000 of debt paid off in the first few days. It’s happening. We are changing [...]