Calling All Spending Fasters + Spending Dieters

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I LOVE hearing from readers but I’m terrible with keeping my email inbox under control. I’ve been trying get my inbox under control for awhile now and it has become super, super, incredibly stressful for me. All that to say that while I love hearing from readers I hate that sometimes I’m not able to reply timely or at all. It makes me feel super shitty that someone would reach out to me for help and here I am not able to respond quickly because LIFE.

SO! I’ve come up with a solution! A lot of the emails I get most stressed about not replying to quickly are ones where people are doing a Spending Fast or Spending Diet and are looking for insights, tips, and help about a specific problem or issue that they person is going through. And, lately I’ve been getting so much out of Facebook groups that I’m a part of. I’ve been learning all about everything from Car Seats for The Littles (highly recommend if you have a kid btw) to tons of awesome photographer groups. Enjoying those groups so much got me thinking that we should have a group for people who are getting out of debt that want (need) a safe, supportive, private place to talk to other like-minded people about what they’re going through. This way we can all help each other and I’ll be able to connect with more of you more often in a more personal type of space!

If you’re currently doing a Spending Faster or Spending Diet or if you’re prepping up to do one, I’d love to invite you to join our closed Facebook Group: Spending Fasters #spendingfasters 

P.S. Ready to get out of debt ASAP? Check out the Spending Fast Bootcamp!

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  1. Jane

    Hi Anna–

    This sounds like a great idea!

    I would especially be interested in connecting with older folks who are trying to live frugally with the special challenges age presents. An example might be no loft beds in tiny houses :)

    Thanks.
    Jane

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