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Slow, but steady

February 24th, 2013 at 05:46 am

In the past four weeks, I have not once borrowed money from any type of creditor. There have been moments of panic and temptation, but no follow through. This is good. No, this is WONDERFUL. I requested a refund of insurance money for a policy sold with one of my loans and cashed that the other day. I have $50 in an emergency fund and am plugging away at my 52 week challenge. Deep breaths and affirmations are my mantra right now. I WILL do this.

5 Responses to “Slow, but steady”

  1. mjrube94 Says:

    That's great news, congrats! You're right...slow and steady wins the race!

  2. creditcardfree Says:

    Nice. Keep up the great work, it will pay off!

  3. snafu Says:

    Good on your for staying aware of spending and avoiding any additional debt. Having an emergency fund is an important step forward and I hope you can add to it next pay...$ 10. will help. If you're using coupons, try to add those savings a bit each time to build on what you already have.

    You're busy but tracking daily spending is very helpful.

  4. PRICEPLUS Says:

    You can do it! There will be times when you get frustrated but stick to the game plan. I make a game of seeing how many No Spend days I can amass during the month and year. Review the money saving tips and links on this site. You will succeed!:-)

  5. Jerry Says:

    It is hard to change these financial patterns, but doing so will lead to your goals, and offer you insurance of a better future. Keep it up! Awesome work...

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