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Blogging Away Debt
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to help document our financial transformation and keep us on track to pay off our credit card debt
Start Year:
2006

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Portland, Oregon, United States
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Latest Blog Posts

At what point is someone else responsible for car damage? While driving Princess and her friends somewhere, I hit an DEEP pothole, resulting in a flat tire. It was my first flat tire EVER! The good news is that I have emergency roadside assistance with my car insurance. Therefore, within 30 minutes a guy showed […] The post And then this happened… appeared first on Blogging Away Debt. ...
Posted: Jan 16 2019 @ 7:06 AM
We hit the store today. And spent $151. I believe this will take us through the end of the month easily. I even sat down and completed a meal plan for the next two weeks prior to going to the store to be certain. $151 in groceries for the month when we typically spend $600 […] The post Grocery Store Run appeared first on Blogging Away Debt. ...
Posted: Jan 14 2019 @ 8:46 AM
We are almost half way through the month of January. And we have spent NO Extra Money (I did pay our rent and utility bills, of course.) Unfortunately, it does look like I will have to spend some this week. Our Pot Bit the Dust First, one of our 4 cooking pots bit the dust. […] The post An Update on #NoSpendJanuary appeared first on Blogging Away Debt. ...
Posted: Jan 12 2019 @ 11:30 PM
Last week I wrote about looking forward to the end of my debt payoff journey and the possibility of being completely debt free in just two years! I also decided, on a whim, that we would be doing a #nospendjanuary. In having these discussions with the kids this week, we’ve also looked back at all […] The post Looking Back and It’s Okay appeared first on Blogging Away Debt. ...
Posted: Jan 04 2019 @ 3:54 PM
I know many of the BAD readers would say it’s time, or even way past time. But as I committed to #nospendjanuary like never before yesterday, I went over the forecasted spending for the next four months with a fine tooth comb. The Chopping Block I am committed to cutting any “fat” out of my […] The post Motivated and Brutal appeared first on Blogging Away Debt. ...
Posted: Jan 02 2019 @ 10:41 AM
My monthly budget for the first month of the year has been updated to reflect some of my goals and also my passions and pursuits. I believe this illustrates the quote on my 2019 financial vision board, which explains that the way people spend and save money is a reflection of their beliefs and desires. […] The post January Budget appeared first on Blogging Away Debt. ...
Posted: Jan 01 2019 @ 7:35 PM
have decided to start my 2019 with a bang! Our No Spend October led to an incredible last quarter for us financially. Some of my financial highlights from the last few months were: Saving $1,700 for a Thanksgiving trip to Texas Paying an extra $2,500 toward my tax debt Putting $1,000 more towards my EF […] The post No Spend January appeared first on Blogging Away Debt. ...
Posted: Jan 01 2019 @ 3:47 PM
It’s a bit odd writing for a get-out-of-debt blog when so many of my own debt numbers are totally up-in-the-air for the time being. So without being able to go into too many specifics, here are my hopes for the New Year: 2019 will see the selling of our first home While this is a […] The post Happy New Year! appeared first on Blogging Away Debt. ...
Posted: Dec 31 2018 @ 11:21 PM
My daughter and I had a heart to heart this evening about dual enrollment, high school graduation and the looming milestones approaching…drivers license, college or technical school after high school. And that brought up a long term dream of mine, to build a home. And her statement was that in all these years that I […] The post Looking Forward to the End appeared first on Blogging Away Debt. ...
Posted: Dec 31 2018 @ 10:12 AM
2019 is the first year that I am writing down a unique set of financial goals for the new year. I believe in the power of writing goals down, and since I am a visual learner, I also love tangible reminders like vision boards. For 2019, I want to identify my distinct financial goals and […] The post My 3 Must-Achieve Goals for 2019 appeared first on Blogging Away Debt. ...
Posted: Dec 30 2018 @ 6:27 PM

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