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I’ve been mentioning our progress with paying down the student loan the last couple of weeks and how sometimes it can be hard to stay motivated while paying off debt. One of the things I’ve been doing to keep me focused is to check out some new blogs and books about becoming debt free and I just finished reading a book that I think some of you’d like to check out. It’s called Debt Heroes: How 21 Ordinary People Paid Off Over $1.7 Million in Debt and it’s available through Amazon for only 99 cents!
I have no idea how long this will last, but if you’re sick and tired of being in debt and want to read something to not just motivate you, but get you started on your debt free journey. The book’s release is a part of The Debt Movement. You can read me full review of Debt Heroes on My Financial Reviews.
Speaking of money heroes, Paula from Afford Anything was a part of my money blogger series and shared her tips on how you can afford anything. Finally, if you haven’t filed your taxes yet I got a post up on TurboTax on 4 Tax Filing Tips for New Filers to help you get started.
Favorite Personal Finance Posts This Week
Here are some personal finance posts I enjoyed this week. To get all of my Twitter updates as they happen, please follow me here. I’m going to just share a few of favorites:
- 7 Ways to Keep Up With Mortgage Payments via @freemoneywisdom
- Personal Responsibility and Debt Relief Are Not Dirty Words via @enemyofdebt
- Sheer Willpower Won’t Work. Here’s Why via @AffordAnything
- How I paid my student loan off in a year http://bit.ly/WpnopS via @getrichslowly
I hope you enjoy these posts as much as I have. Please have a great weekend!