Debt Be Gone!

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  1. Maryl

    Right now I'm trying to stick my finger in the dike! A leaking hot water heater, an ignition control gone kerflooey in the furnace, and both my laptop and desktop computers attacked by a vicious virus. Plus the regular bills coming due at the beginning of the month. But I can get through it and I will get through it, with some gouging into my emergency fund. It hurts, it hurts, it hurts, but it hurts less than having to get a loan.

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  2. Chelle

    Maryl,

    Why does it seem like no matter how much you work at paying off the debt, some new expense keeps coming your way? I am under water right now with a leaking water softener, a washer and dryer about to quit, a refrigerator on its last legs, and my 10 year old car in need of service. Oh and my son is going to want to take summer classes – tuition and books. Not to mention that the kids need new shoes.

    Yesterday, my husband's quarterly life insurance bill came. I always know it's coming, yet I never seem to expect it. I feel resentful of that $208 every three months – it's just not fair. I just paid a $381 water bill because we had a leak on the same water softener that is now pouring water onto our basement floor and was supposedly fixed. How do you ever make progress when new things keep coming up. You can say I'm not going to spend money all you want, but when the bills for things you have to have keep coming and coming, then what are you going to do???

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  3. ashleycolean

    you're right!! i'm doing it!! thanks, in large part, to motivation by you!!!
    i never thought being so cheap would be so exciting! i know i will have bumps in the road and i won't be nearly this excited when something comes up i would love to do but can't afford on my mini 'wants' budget/month….but for the time being, i'm really excited about it and SUPER excited about the light at the end of the tunnel!!

    thanks for being so candid and so motivational!!
    ashleycolean

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  4. Mike Della

    THis is the type of motivation people need. It is so hard to get out of debt, but if you plan your spending it becomes a lot easier. I like to make a list when I shop so I stay on task and refrain from buying extras that suck away money and leave me with nothing to show for it.

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