Don’t Give Up! You’ve Got This!

don't give up before the miracle happens

“Don’t give up before the miracle happens.” – Fannie Flagg

It’s easy to feel discouraged when things get tough through the getting out of debt process but I have to urge you to continue on. If you haven’t started your getting out of debt journey yet, believe that’s it IS possible to become debt-free.

Please, do not give up before you start. You deserve a debt-free life so let’s kick some debt-ass together and get on with some good living!

You’ve SO got this!

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  1. Kathryn

    We have paid off $45,000 and have about $10,000 left. My goal is to pay it off by the end of this summer. We’ll see! I’m so ready to be done with it!

    ~Kathryn

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  2. Charlotte

    That’s AMAZING Kathryn! How long did it take you? I think you can definitely do it!

    Whenever I feel to urge to buy something, I just think about how much money I’ll be “earning” when I don’t have to use it to pay cc interest. It’s definitely an inspiring thought!

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  3. Brad @ Mr. Write Awa

    I love that quote! My wife and I are a week away from being debt free. The weight has been lifted… dollar signs are heavy. I’m also reiventing/relaunching my blog on Monday so the quote couldn’t be more appropriate.

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  4. Meghan

    Thanks! My husband and I just started our spending diet and its lovely to be reminded how far we’ve come already and how far we still need to go.

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  5. Emily

    I really needed to see this today as well. I love that you quoted Fannie Flagg! Thanks very much for the encouragement. Getting ready to cut off my cable to today to help put my money where my debt is!

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  6. Sarah

    Thank you for this.. Just yesterday I paid off two credit cards with an income tax return. It was hard, and we have a ways to go but this really helps!

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  7. Candice C.

    Thanks for this! I come to your site every time I need a little “boost.” I’ve read through most of your posts and can relate on so many levels. I am a single grad student struggling with a lot of credit card debt and the soon-to-be-arriving student loan payment after I graduate this year. Started a spending diet last month and trying my best to stick to it with the support of my boyfriend. It is so hard! Putting every little bit I can toward my credit cards right now, including my tax refund. I am making baby steps, but every little bit counts! Thankfully I grew up in a very frugal-minded family and have perfected the art of couponing, so I know I can do this!

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  8. momoftwo

    Oh, this came at a perfect time. We have one of the three debt monsters (as the kids call them) paid off (he’s dead!) and one gasping for breath (it has received a mortal blow). An uplanned emergency expense caught us and one of the debt monsters got fed a little because we didn’t have enough in reserve. It was such a sad day. We are really committed and I’m trying to keep everyone’s spirits up. Just a little setback! I told the kids that even Anna did that sometimes. Changing habits is hard, but we can do it! Thanks, Anna!

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