It’s an And Then We Saved Sketch Video!

I’m thrilled to show you this short sketch video that Becoming Your Own Bank created for And Then We Saved. If you haven’t done so already (or if you want to re-new your pledge) sign-up for the Debt Free Life Pledge right here. I don’t get anything out of you taking the pledge. I really just want you to have a debt-free life too! xo, anna

Thanks Becoming Your Own Bank!

 

What do you think does the sketch video tell my story and the And Then We Saved story well?

 

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  1. Aubrey

    I loved, loved it! I’ve never owned credit cards, never took out student loans and the only debt I’ve taken out were two car loans and they are long and paid off. I love living debt free. Even though I’ve never had problems with saving I am still drawn to your site, that’s the point I’m trying to make. You have my support and I think you are an inspiration to so many people who struggle with debt and poor money choices. You show them just what’s possible and to believe in themselves. I’ve been sending your link to all of my friends who I know are drowning in debt and could really use support and help like yours. Beautiful video and site!

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  2. CollegeMom

    Love the video. The story about the sunglasses reminds me about a time when I taught my then middle school daughter about buyer’s remorse. She had some birthday money from her grandfather and spent most of it on an expensive outfit. I took her back to return it the next day. She then made some buys off the clearance rack, bought a used video game and saved the rest.

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  3. Maria

    Love your film! It is inspiring and absolutely gorgeous. If you are the speaker, you have a great speakers voice.

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  4. Ginni

    Love the film…very easy to understand! I have recently discovered your blog/website. Very motivational! I am just beginning my journey. I was excited to see that you mention becoming your own bank. I have put a ‘bank’ in place and am really seeing the benefits of it. I’d love to hear your thoughts (or if you have already blogged about it, please point me in the right direction.)

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