Debt Free Divas

December 8, 2014

New Year, New You – Share Your Debt Free Journey (All Phases Welcome)

I’ve been noodling this project for some time. I love hearing progress updates and encouraging #teamdebtfree in your pursuit of debt free living. In the past, […]
December 6, 2014

How to be a DIY Bride and Host a Fabulous Wedding

The Knot.com released their annual, all-things-wedding survey and I was blown away by the average wedding costs for 2013 (from 13,000 bridal respondents). The average spent […]
December 3, 2014
Dump Debt As A Family

Dumping Debt As a Family @ Enchanted Homeschooling Mom

I recently had a fabulous opportunity to talk about dumping debt (a favorite topic of choice) over at the Enchanted Homeschooling Mom blog. Jill is the […]
November 28, 2014
Black Friday Shopping

Why I Skip Black Friday

My first – an only – experience with Black Friday shopping occurred circa 2003 after opening our Laundromat. We decided to replace a broken TV with […]
November 26, 2014
No student loan debt

$80,000 in Student Loans Paid Off in 1 Year

Joe Mihalic was heading for lifestyle inflation after graduating from Harvard Business School with $101,000 in student loans. He found a great job and bought a […]
November 22, 2014
Scholarships for College

Shayla Price Earned $100,000 in Scholarships for College

I love when Facebook is used constructively. Sure, there’s a ton of mind candy, but one can also connect with a vibrant community of thoughtful intellectuals.  […]
November 20, 2014

Savvy Money Strategies for Single Moms

Emma Johnson is the founder of a community designed to encourage the professional single mother. Wealthy Single Mommy grew out of her own experience seeking support […]
November 20, 2014
Budget Family Affair

5 Ways to Make Budgeting a Family Affair

Beginning a journey out of debt begins with exercising your budget muscle. Whether using pen and paper or a nifty online application, capturing an accurate picture […]
November 17, 2014

Meals @ Home This Month Update

We’re half way through November and I’m curious…how has the challenge been so far? Have you noticed anything about your food purchasing patterns? Have you tried […]
November 17, 2014

The Great Debt Dump

How can running improve your physical health and fiscal fitness? By combining what makes novice runners and struggling debt dumpers successful – The Power of Community. […]