I thought that this would be a novel way of looking at how to pay off your debt – using what got you into debt in the first place to pay it off. However, I appreciate this cannot cover all bases as there are so many different reasons why people get into debt, such as illness, but I hope that this can give you some good ideas on how to pay off your debt. (more…)
12 Month Blogging + Side Hustle Income Report I’ve officially made it to one year of blogging! It has been an amazing year, but it definitely doesn’t feel like it’s been a year – I think because I didn’t really do anything with it in the first few months due to the fact that I […]
Project Holiday – Earning Extra Money To Go On Holiday If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ll know that one of my goals for this year is to take my daughter on holiday. I have now paid off all of my debt, so it’s time to work on my other financial goals. In […]
What Is a “Good Debt”? 3 Things To Check. The following post is a guest post from Sara who blogs over at Debt Camel. She is a debt adviser and is full of knowledge about debt. She has provided many people with solutions and support to their debt problems – I recommend heading over to […]
Mistakes That I Made Whilst Paying Off Debt As you will know if you have been following my journey, I have recently paid off all of my consumer debt. If you have only just stumbled across this blog, feel free to read more about the debt journey here and here.
How ‘Wombling’ Can Save You Money On Your Shop Have you heard of wombling? It’s affectionately named after the books and TV show in the 1970’s ‘The Wombles of Wimbledon Common’ who used to go around collecting rubbish to clean up the area and recycle in unusual ways.
The Benefits of Investing Early Now that I have paid off my debt, I have now turned my attention to my finances for the future – I can now use them for positive things that will help me build my wealth and set me up for the future.