Join in on My Debt-Free Journey (videos)

Hi Friends! So… as I’ve alluded to in previous posts, I’m hell-bent on getting out of debt much sooner than minimum payments allow. I feel like this is the newest frontier in my self-realization journey. And I’m having so much fun with the challenge of it!

In order to better motivate myself, and stay accountable, I’ve decided to record some videos tracking my journey. Below you will find the first three videos: The Decision, My Debt, and January Budget.

I also want to post these in case you who are more financially fit have any great insights or tips on how to shave off excess spending and focus finances in the most beneficial ways. So much of this, I have found, is a shift in MINDSET. Please comment either on this post, or directly on the YouTube videos!

And if you have your own lingering debt, or are just living paycheck to paycheck, I hope you’ll join in and maybe even find some inspiration here. Tough stuff is much more fun to do together :).

Click the red “subscribe” button when you’re watching the video to get regular updates as my journey unfolds… I’ve already experienced some small miracles since beginning in November.

Happy viewing!




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4 thoughts on “Join in on My Debt-Free Journey (videos)

  1. Margaret says:

    Great set of videos! You are making such progress. Ones relationship to money is so complicated in our culture. We have to tune out so much of what success really is in terms of how we spend our money. That said I always thought putting 6 months living expenses in a savings account was key. That would be your emergency fund. After that I started putting a monthly amount of money even $50.00 or $20.00 in a retirement account. A Roth IRA at Fidelity or Vanguard. This really adds up exponentially over time and compounds! I started this in my 20s. Lastly forget the coffee make your own.
    Best of luck.

  2. Jeff Cagle says:

    I too have decided to get out of debt asap! I don’t have the finances to do it quickly, but I’m tired of living paycheck to paycheck and not being able to do anything with poor credit! Good luck Ariel on your journey to be debt free!

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