If you’re short on cash but have plenty of bills to pay, then you may be worried enough to just start ripping your hair out.
However, before you do that, you should try something a little more constructive. Try to prioritize your monthly debt obligation
From blogs chronicling their author’s debt-free journey, to a radio show that invites callers to celebrate becoming debt-free, it seems as if there is a subculture of debt-free fanatics that are challenging our “buy now, pay later” culture.
Bills, bills, bills. They are overwhelming. Every day they continue to pour in and every month you will likely receive a power bill, gas bill, your mortgage or rent, water bill, internet and cable bill, and phone bills – and that’s the least of it. How do most people handle it? How do you handle it? I know. I know what you do.
This post has been sort of rattling around in my brain this week, just waiting to get out onto the screen…but posts have a hard time forming in my head until something inspires the concrete ideas and words that make up what I want to say. This week, what I want to say came to me at the grocery store while I was contemplating how much money my blog made in October, and looking at a box of $16 chicken fingers.
Hi, I’m Carly!
Full-time stay at home mom, full-time blogger. This little corner of the internet allows me to earn an income from home while being the primary and central influence on my kids in their formative years… and I hope to encourage and equip other moms to do the same, because I believe that on purpose – and present is one of the BEST things we can be as mothers.
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