Category Archives: Debt Management

How to Stay Focused on Getting Out of Debt [Infographic]

You’ve recently taken steps to pay down your debt.  You’ve made a game plan and you’re sticking to it. It’s going well, you’ve made a lot of gains but you’re afraid your head isn’t in the game anymore and you’re worried you’re going to fumble.  If you can just keep your eye on the ball […] The post How to Stay Focused on Getting Out of Debt [Infographic] appeared first on National Debt Relief. Source link

Read more

How I find so much time to read 2-3 books a week

“How do you find so much time to read?”I get this question a lot. I mentioned a few weeks ago that I read 2 books a week and I thought I would tell you how I accomplish that with four kids and a full-time business.  I read more than one book at a time. Since I read on different mediums I don’t lose track. I might have a physical copy, an audiobook and a book on my […]

Read more

The Challenge of Finding Last Minute Money for the Holidays

Unlike Hope, I haven’t been planning for the holidays since summer. I think I’ve been actively avoiding the entire idea. My mum and grandparents are moving to Nova Scotia to be closer to my sisters, who are each going through Big Life Events. One of my sisters has a baby and is experiencing huge problems outside of her control. I’m so grateful my mum is able to retire early and go be there for her. At the […]

Read more

The Best Budgeting App For Your Family

Budgeting is a simple concept that’s not easy to do. Budgeting starts by looking at household income and comparing it with your spending to determine how strictly you’ll have to control spending to meet your financial goals. It all seems simple, and it can be, but when you’re part of a family, it can also […] The post The Best Budgeting App For Your Family appeared first on National Debt Relief. Source link

Read more

Five easy dump and go crock pot recipes for busy nights

We are all about that slow cooker life in our house. Busy days and busy nights can often mean bad meals from the drive-through. But with our slow cooker and Instant Pot we are able to throw together delicious meals and save a ton of money. Here are five EASY recipes you can try this week. Honey BBQ chicken thighs. What you’ll need: 1/2 cup soy sauce or coconut aminos1/2 cup ketchup1/4 cup honey2 tbsp minced garlicfour […]

Read more

How to Stop Debt Collection Calls

Carrying a lot of debt can be stressful, so the last thing you need on top of that is having to field intrusive calls from aggressive debt collectors. If you’ve experienced this, you’re not alone: one in three Americans has debt in collections. Whether you’re getting debt collection calls because you can’t pay back what you owe, or because you’re in a debt settlement program and you’re letting your bills go past due strategically, debt collection calls […]

Read more

A Little Getaway

We had a quick overnight trip to Atlanta this weekend. It was scheduled around a college visit for Princess – Spelman College. What a beautiful campus and a step into a different culture for myself and Princess’ friend who accompanied us. I was very sad to hear that they did away with their sports programs in their entirety. Otherwise, I believe it would have made Princess’ short list. I was very impressed with their campus and offerings. […]

Read more

6 Tips for Saving Big On Your Family Food Costs

Americans spend a great deal of their hard-earned money on food. Each year, they spend an average of $7,700 per year on groceries and dining out; for urban consumers, food is now their biggest expense other than housing. If you have a large family, managing how much you spend on food and groceries is important; […] The post 6 Tips for Saving Big On Your Family Food Costs appeared first on National Debt Relief. Source link

Read more

How I clean my butcher block counter tops

We have lived in our house five years and in that time out butcher block has seen a LOT of life. This is how I keep it looking fresh. When we bought out house the previous owner told me that the butcher block island was made out of fallen trees from hurricane Katrina. Her family lost a lot in that storm, but managed to salvage this butcher block. I promised to take good care of it. There […]

Read more

What is a Balance Transfer Fee?

While looking around for ways to manage your credit card debt, you may notice offers for balance transfer credit cards. These cards allow you to consolidate your debt from other cards and transfer it all onto a new card that has a very low introductory interest rate.  This could seem like an appealing option if you’re carrying a load of high-interest credit card debt, but it is important to consider the risks before making a balance transfer.  […]

Read more
1 2 3 16