The Best Way Out

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“The best way out is always through.” -Robert Frost

Slogging through debt and saving money can seem impossible. And sometimes I find myself thinking “there must be an easier way!” But in the end, the best way out was straight through. Always through. It isn’t glamorous, but it’s rewarding.

How are you getting through your debt? Talk to me in the comments!

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  1. Jane

    It helps me to hold onto the feeling of freedom as I see my debt just about eliminated. This is especially important when I am tempted to use credit again.

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  2. Katie

    I especially love this time of the year (tax season!-I know, crazy, right?) because I usually end up getting a pretty good refund. This year is no exception-I will be able to pay off about $2,200 of one of my student loans, which feels like a weight being lifted from my very heavy shoulders. And what’s really exciting is that this loan only totals about $2,500, so I am like THIS CLOSE to paying it off! Now, would I rather take that money and spend it on myself or save it? Sure! But the best way to get rid of this debt that I will undoubtedly have for a while is to throw everything I have at it! AND this debt-busting payment has given me some wonderful renewed inspiration and motivation!

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  3. Henriette

    yes it’s hard sometimes. I started around october last year and we are in the middle of a renovation project that needs to be finished. It’s hard to save when you are also commited to a project. So many bills! But it’s going to add a lot of value to our house so it’s worth it.
    I save a lot every month and have become a minimalist! De-cluttering, selling stuff and try think is it something I need or want?
    My motivation is also freedom. it’s my goal!

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  4. Frugal Millennial

    My husband and I are paying off our six figure student loan debt in three years by living with my parents, implementing a three year spending ban, and driving 16 year old cars. It’s tough, but it’ll definitely be worth it!

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