The Man Who Moves A Mountain

The Man Who Moves A Mountain

“The man who moves a mountain begins by carrying away small stones.” – Confucius

Paying off an extra $20 a month on your debts or saving $5 here and $10 there doesn’t seem like much. I know. When there’s a mountain of debt to move, it can be overwhelming. When there’s so little in your savings account, it’s easy to justify spending over savings. But the big things happen when you start carrying away those small stones. One day at a time, you can move mountains.

Tell me how you are moving mountains in the comments!

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  1. Nycole

    Setting up automatic payments to our credit card that are always at least $20 over the minimum payment. Using coupons & free apps (to save money or earn rebates) on purchases. Buying generic for the products that we aren’t picky about brand. Looking at the grocery ad and planning meals around what is on sale. Checking with service providers annually to make sure I’m getting the best deal. Setting up automatic transfers/deposits to savings so we don’t even miss the money in the first place. I have a bunch more things I like to do, but I could go on for days. Haha!

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  2. Nicole

    This inspired me during a very rough patch with my loans. I had to buy a new car (don’t worry, I paid cash, no more loans!!!) and that set me back a LOT. Goodbye, emergency savings fund. I guess that’s what it’s for though…the emergency of your car breaking down. Anyway, after I saw this, I stopped feeling bad about my money and worrying about whether I’ll have enough left for the week, and put $200 on my loan. :-) Thanks!

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