Today On Nate Berkus

Today is the day! I’ll be on The Nate Berkus Show talking about Downsizing Debt. My mom will be on the show too, and she’s having a viewing party with some of her friends and she made some sweets. I wish I could be there with her while she watches it so we could watch it together while eating sweets. Yum, sweets.

Welcome to any new readers that found your way here because of the show! And, find out when the show will air in your city with this show finder.

p.s. These are some shots that my sister took that played on the TV in the green room so that’s why they look a little weird.

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  1. Deirdre

    Fabulous show! Thanks for sharing! The only thing that I've been missing from my life is those dreaded coupons. Otherwise, debt free and loving it!

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  2. Skeptic

    I've got to say…I'm a bit skeptical of her story. It just sounds a little far fetched. She doesn't account for how she paid off her debt other than just not spending for a year. Did the $24k in debt not accumulate interest? Did she really spend $24k on frivalous items (mind you, money spent on top of her "needs" spending on housing, food, utilities, etc.) each year??

    I have a strong hunch that this here BLOG and the blog sponsors are actually what got her out of supposed "debt" rather than her version of the story/saving alone.

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  3. Lori

    Really enjoyed watching the show. Printed out the decision card – read it over. I keep hearing this over and over in my brain – "spending fast… spending fast… spending fast".
    I'm heading out of town for a few days, and normally I'd be stopping in at TJ Maxx or Marshalls to get something new to wear. But not this time – I'm going to use what I already have and make it out of here without spending! Will enjoy exploring around your blog & links. Thanks Anna!

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  4. Lala

    Hi Skeptic, I've been following Anna for quite some time and because of her blog I'm doing the spending fast too. It's legit. Once you stop accummulating debt, you start paying it off. It's amazing how it all falls into place. More amazing is how good you start to feel.

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