Blogger Profile

Amber from Deeply in Debt

Blog Info

Deeply in Debt
Frugality/Saving, Budgeting
Start Year:

Blogger Bio

Net worth:
Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States
Life stage:
DIK (Dual Income, Kids)
Lawyer (Attorney)
Fave $ Books:
Oops! We don't have this blogger's faves, yet. If this is your blog, fill out our poll here!
Fave $ Apps:

(Is this your profile page? Update your info here. To update your icon, go to gravatar.com.)

Latest Blog Posts

Our little man’s FOURTH birthday is coming up! So I’ve been on the hunt for a cheap place to have his birthday party (if we have one at all). Even though we are on a journey paying off six figures of student loan debt, I try to do my best to live an abundant life, […] The post CHEAP PLACES FOR KIDS’ BIRTHDAY PARTIES appeared first on DEEPLY IN DEBT. ...
Posted: Jan 14 2019 @ 9:02 PM
Ever since Dave Ramsey’s Total Money Makeover came out (if you haven’t read it, I fully recommend it as a great starting place) it seems like everyone these days is using cash. Dave recommends it as a tool to keep your spending in check and while he makes some obviously valid points (you can’t buy things […] The post REASONS YOU SHOULDN’T USE CASH appeared first on DEEPLY IN DEBT. ...
Posted: Jan 11 2019 @ 1:10 AM
The best things in life are free. But you can give them to the birds and bees, I want money.  — The Flying Lizards (but possibly someone else first) Sorry that you’re going to have that song stuck in your head the rest of the day, but this is something that has been on my […] The post SCIENCE AGREES THAT THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE REALLY ARE FREE appeared first ...
Posted: Jan 08 2019 @ 12:35 AM
Can you believe 2019 is upon us in just a few days?? 2018 was definitely a year of growth for our family. Like most years, it had its ups and downs. I’m definitely feeling ready for a fresh start in 2019. I have a feeling it is going to be a really big year for […] The post 2018 IN REVIEW appeared first on DEEPLY IN DEBT. ...
Posted: Dec 29 2018 @ 5:58 PM
It’s about that time of year again! Time for New Year’s resolutions. I LOVE goal setting and usually start thinking of New Year’s Resolutions around Thanksgiving. I typically set lots of goals throughout the year, but New Year’s is a time where I like to really reflect on how things are going and whether I […] The post OUR NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS appeared first on DEEPLY IN DEBT. ...
Posted: Dec 19 2018 @ 5:29 PM
When Danny and I were engaged, I remember hearing a lot of people (including in a marriage class that I took) talk about “being one” with your spouse. I’d heard this concept throughout my life and never given it much thought. How could I be “one” with someone else? Doesn’t the presence of someone else […] The post HOW TO GET YOUR SPOUSE ON BOARD FINANCIALLY appeared first on DEEPLY IN ...
Posted: Dec 17 2018 @ 3:17 PM
For December’s 10 things, I thought I’d share 10 Christmas things. As usual, some personal finance related and some not. Check out November’s 10 things here if you missed it. For Christmas shopping, I give myself a hard deadline on my Christmas shopping so that I’m not tempted to go buy anything extra. For some […] The post DECEMBER’S 10 THINGS appeared first on DEEPLY IN DEBT. ...
Posted: Dec 12 2018 @ 1:36 PM
One of my very favorite things to do during the holidays is to play games with family and friends. There’s nothing more dreamy than cozying up by the fire, passing around candy and hot cocoa, and duking it out with the ones you love most. Given that we’re on a debt free journey, we are […] The post FREE GAMES TO PLAY AT CHRISTMAS appeared first on DEEPLY IN DEBT. ...
Posted: Dec 10 2018 @ 12:55 PM
In the past few years, instead of setting New Year’s resolutions, Danny and I have come up with a theme that we focus on throughout the year. We’ve done themes like, “happy and healthy,” “simplify,” and last year’s was “control.” We’ve done this because we’ve kind of considered it a given that we’d have goals […] The post SETTING NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS appeared first on DEEPLY IN DEBT. ...
Posted: Dec 05 2018 @ 1:05 PM
My son’s birth was the catalyst for my husband and I to get our finances in order and learn how on earth to pay off our whopping $650k of student loan debt. But after our son was born, I desperately wanted to lose my pregnancy weight and quickly! We were on an extremely tight budget […] The post HOW TO LOSE WEIGHT ON A BUDGET appeared first on DEEPLY IN DEBT. ...
Posted: Nov 30 2018 @ 2:01 PM


"This is one of the best, most informative personal finance web sites I've ever seen"

-- Daffy Duck, DaffyIsSoTaffy.com

"This guy clearly knows his shit; with every post, I feel like he's got my back as one of those "savers", and his web site is pretty damn cool, too"

-- Scuba Steve, MyScubaGearIsSoWet.com

Leave a Comment

To leave a comment about this blog, fill out the following form.