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Spending Freeze

Due to my guilty conscience after spending money, I have decided to go on a spending freeze.

The website AndThenWeSaved outlines it here even though it is called a spending fast. 219 more words

Tuition gives me nightmares

I have always been someone who is cautious of spending and managing personal finances. I mentioned this is in a previous post, where with most purchases I make, I contemplate in my head its purpose and weigh the need versus the want. 717 more words


How not to be a lawyer

Bob Collins Oct 2, 2014

“I assumed the more education, the higher salary,” Lisa S. — we don’t know her real name — tells Forbes.com. “I was aware that with a master’s degree, in certain jobs you can get a higher pay grade, and that you’d be eligible for more jobs, even with just teaching.” 451 more words

Student Loans

Budgeting Is a Way Out

Imagine that you are in the middle of a forest. You look up and all you see are limbs and leaves. There is just enough light filtering through to prove the sun is in the sky. 409 more words


The Slavery of Debt

“The rich rules over the poor, and the borrower is the slave of the lender.”

 -Proverbs 22.7 ESV


In this nation, we abhor that our past contained legalized slavery.   738 more words


Never Ending Battle

Over the past few days, I have learned that minimalism is war made up of many battles – a battle against consumerism, a battle against clutter, a battle against. 280 more words

Burdened with Record Amount of Debt, Graduates Delay Marriage


I now pronounce you in decades of debt.

Student loans have hit a record high of $1.2 trillion, putting a crimp in The American Dream of owning a home and starting a family. 723 more words

Student Loans