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Jasmine Golden

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Surviving Cents
General Finance
budgeting, personal finance, savings, raising money smart kids, goal setting, money management
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Ravenna, Ohio, United States
African American
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DIK (Dual Income, Kids)
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Most American families are confronted with news and issues surrounding the economy on an almost daily basis. But I must admit, it is easy to let big words and unfamiliar terms fly over my head. As it turns out, I am far from being alone. A 2010 study published by Pew Research Center reveals what anyone might expect: the majority of the American public is aware of basic facts regarding ...
Posted: Feb 20 2018 @ 2:08 PM
I write these posts to help and to genuinely encourage others that there is HOPE. So many times we find ourselves in what seem impossible situations financially. What you are going to read isn’t one of those posts where I’m going to sugarcoat how we saved $30,000 in 9 months and all I had to do is budget. I wish! I strive to be transparent with you because I believe ...
Posted: Feb 06 2018 @ 8:15 PM
Feeding the whole family can cost a fortune if you aren’t careful. Especially if you have a family of 6 like me. The great thing about food is that almost anything is possible when it comes to putting something together. You can go Mexican, Italian, Brinner (Breakfast for dinner), or pretty much whatever you want. Related: 9 Delicious Keto Meals That Will Save You Time & Money That’s the great thing ...
Posted: Feb 02 2018 @ 1:24 AM
By the end of this post, we are going to be friends and because I know this I’m going to talk to you like a friend. This post is legit. This post isn’t going to sell you on some snake oil are hide some big secret from you. I’m going to tell you how I legitimately paid of $89,000 in debt in two years but before we get into that ...
Posted: Jan 23 2018 @ 8:31 PM
When I was little my Dad used to always say that the easiest way to cook was to simply throw things into a Crockpot and simply walk away. The problem was that I had no idea what a Crockpot was but I trusted my Dad. What my Dad failed to mention was that using a Crockpot could save me a ridiculous amount of money. Instead of buying a ton of ...
Posted: Jan 23 2018 @ 6:16 PM
Hi there! My name is Paul Scrivens and I’m a blogger. That’s such a weird thing to say because the term blogger doesn’t have the best connotation but that’s really what I am. I have blogs and I write for them so technically I’m a blogger. However, if you really want to dive deeper into then I guess you could say that I’m a problem solver, but that’s a bit ...
Posted: Jan 16 2018 @ 8:49 PM
Your credit score. A 3-digit number, that most of us don’t understand and would love if we could totally just forget about it. Well, you can if you plan on buying a car and house in cash. But the odds are you aren’t quite there yet or you wouldn’t be reading this post. But I pray one day you will be. The reality for most of us is that your ...
Posted: Jan 08 2018 @ 2:49 AM
Stress, anger, frustration, limited. Are feelings that are often associated with debt. The great thing about it though is that you can learn how to get out of debt. You don’t have to live limited, stressed, angry, or frustrated. You just have to make the step to “GET OUT” by taking action – the right action. To get out of debt, you need to: Learn what got you into debt. ...
Posted: Dec 13 2017 @ 6:58 PM
When I think of debt it personally makes me want to cry.  I don’t know about you but at one point in time, my debt ranging from credit cards to student loans was literally half of my monthly income. And that was only what I was paying monthly. YIKES!!! I’m not about that life. You Have a Choice To provide the most positive financial future for you or your family. ...
Posted: Nov 28 2017 @ 5:31 AM
If you know me or have gotten some sense of my personality, then you know I’m not really the one to beat around the bush. You’re here because you want to know what it is I have to say about the hundreds maybe even thousands of overpriced blogging courses that render themselves useless. Or Maybe you share my exact sentiments because you like myself have purchased a blogging course because ...
Posted: Nov 14 2017 @ 2:50 AM


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