I hope through this series that you have seen how to truly get ahead and take control of your finances, instead of letting your finances control you. In order to do this you need to act differently than the way society teaches you.
As Dave Ramsey would say...
I could not agree more! We fell into the trap that so many other's do. Now that we see the light and the peace that can be gained through living a financially free life, I hope we never loose sight of that again. This is a long and painful process, but the end result will be well worth it! Don't loose faith and surround yourself with supporters and someday soon you will be yelling, "I"M DEBT FREE!!!"
If you have any specific questions or what to know more on any of the topics, please feel free to email me any time. If this truly sounds like a path you would like to take, I would recommend reading Dave's, "Total Money Makeover" and get on board 100%.
If you would like to read any of the other posts in this series, you can find them here...
Day 4 ~Shaving Down the Grocery Bill
Day 5 ~ Think Outside the Box
Day 6 ~ Baby Steps
Day 7 ~ Get Together
Day 8 ~ The Reluctant Spouse
Day 9 ~ Reward Yourself
Day 10 ~ No Credit Cards Allowed!
Day 11 ~ Emergency Fund
Day 12 ~ Bye Bye Debt
Day 13 ~ Earning Extra Income
Day 14 ~ Infrequent Payments
Day 15 ~ Avoid Impulse Shopping
Day 16 ~ Consignment Stores
Day 17 ~ Making Cuts
Day 18 ~ Be Careful Who Your Friends Are
Day 19 ~ To Tithe or not to Tithe
Day 20 ~ Making the Hard Decisions
Day 21 ~ Co-signing
Day 22 ~ Borrowing from Family or Friends
Day 23 ~ Start Young
Day 24 ~ Emergency Fund #2
Day 25 ~ Student Loan Debt
Day 26 ~ Buying a House
Day 27 ~ Oops I did it Again
Day 28 ~ Favorite Money Saving Websites
Day 29 ~ The Dreaded FICO Score
Day 30 ~ Do You Really Need all that Stuff?!
Day 31 ~ Be Weird (this post)