I'm a million dollar baby: A A?10,000 dolls' house, A?4,000 helicopter ride and even a Bentley!
Dolled up: Sophia, aged two, with Tamara and that dollsa€™ house, modelled on the familya€™s A?70 million Kensington townhouse, as seen in last weeka€™s Hello!
Eggstra Large: His daughter may be growing fast, but Tamaraa€™s husband, Jay Rutland, still managed to find an Easter egg that is bigger than her. Chalet chic: Taking to the slopes on a trip to the Swiss resort of Gstaad in March (in a mini designer ski suit, naturally). Flying high: She adores the Peppa Pig cartoon, so why not hire a helicopter to take Sophia and a young playmate to Peppa Pig World in Hampshire? Santa's helper: Opening a huge advent calendar in the shape of the family home a€“ with a hand from Peppa Pig. I’m so proud to be a part of this project to help you learn to live a life you love with a little less stress, and a lot more fun! The idea of living debt free was intriguing, but there was no way we could do it!I’m so happy to tell you that I was wrong!
Though we were living on a low income with two small children at home, not only did we pay off our $22,000 of student loan debt, but we did it in less than 9 months!In this post, I’ll share in detail the steps you need to take right now to get out of debt fast. We might have thrown our hands up and said that getting out of debt was going to take a decade at least. The one where we could do more than just subsist.That second path was the one where we build a small house that meets our needs.
Strained family relationships?Because the real problem here isn’t how much you owe or how low your income us.
The real problem is the big dreams you’re giving up every minute you stay in the vicious cycle of debt.
According to a US Census report a low income household was defined as twice the federal poverty line.
Prior to beginning our debt free journey, we had been trying to stay on a budget for years, but it never worked. Though we lived frugally, all the pennies we pinched went right back out again.Once we learned about and implemented a Zero Sum Budget, including about 3 dozen sinking funds, everything changed. We finally succeeded in sticking to a budget every month!These were such subtle changes to what we were already doing, but they each had dramatic results. If those mamas living in a hut in Namibia or Mongolia could live without it, then surely I could too.


Well, then we’re getting somewhere!It’s time to amp up your too-low income and find a way to earn more cash to throw at your debt!
But you better believe if we had, I would have sold it!If you have a second or third car, seriously consider what it would take for you to be a one car family, at least for awhile. The only problem was, it would mean temporarily giving up my dream of being a stay at home mom, putting my oldest in daycare 3-days a week, and commuting two hours per day.We carefully weighed the costs as a family and decided to go for it, despite my obvious reservations. As you work your debt free plan, you aren’t going to be binge-watching whole seasons of Downton Abbey, taking up knitting, or rereading the Harry Potter series. Yes, life is pretty much going to be all about getting out of debt, but you can do it!Stories of real everyday people are so inspiring to me, so I decided to interview 60 real moms about how they make an income from home.
I was amazed by the variety of ways stay at home moms are making legitimate incomes at home! We are almost there (we have around 4K left) and paid off 32K in less than 2 years WITH unemployment.
I really think it is a matter of a few small changes adding up over time.”Are you ready to get started? I would love to have you subscribe for free email updates that will show you exactly how to create financial goals, a budget, and achieve your goals all year long.Where are you in your journey to debt free? Try these top resources to help you stay on budget, work from home, shrink your grocery budget, and stay organized.
9 months was tough, so I can only imagine the dedication it has taken to keep focused on your goal year after year. Reply Anthea on July 7, 2015 at 5:45 pm I have about 100,000 in debt that I need to start working on cancellation immediately. How did you do it Reply Shannon Brown on July 15, 2015 at 2:25 pm Looking back, I can hardly believe we did it, but we did. Take that first small step no matter how impossible it seems, and you will then be one step closer to your goal.
I struggled & cried for so long, coming to peace with the fact that God has always seen us through. I heard George Mueller never had more than 3 days worth of provision, and it was the same for us. We’ve always tried to minimize our debt (have always paid cash for vehicles, never more than a 15yr mortgage etc). We really want to eliminate our 1 credit card debt and save for short & long term, and oh, how doing things with my children hit a painful cord.


The Lord has taught me (us) so many valuable lessons, but it’s time to kick the monkey off our back as we really believe in being debt free and available to be used by Him more.
Now that you have a bit of my story, it’s a no-brainer to me if you know what you’re low income is to start with each month how to do all off this, but what if you never know?
Have you (or anyone else) addressed the “never knowing what your low income is” (often less than fixed bills) problem? Reply Saving Sanely on March 6, 2015 at 5:55 am Wow, what an inspirational and thorough post! I too am working on becoming debt free and have done some difficult things to try and reduce my debt.
We went from about $500k in debt to roughly half that by selling our oversized home and making a strong budget. You are right though, you need to find a way to make extra income to really pay down debt fast.
Trying to live even a comfortable life of modest means seems to get harder and harder as time goes by, and particularly if life throws you a curve ball like unexpected expenses (medical or otherwise). I especially track grocery expenses really closely, and they go up and up and up every single month. The great thing is each one of us is capable of changing our financial situation in both big and small ways that will really make a difference.
While our situation is just so drastic because we are disabled, I do KNOW that debt free IS possible, it’s just a matter of time. As with your Grocery Savings class, I most especially like those tips where you suggest saving money. We were already living a life of most of these, but each persons list is different and sharing with each other does sometimes give us just one or two more areas to save in.
I am at a point in my life without health coverage and chronic sciatica that is not allowing me to pick up extra jobs like I did when I worked 3 or 4 jobs at a time. Reply James on March 24, 2015 at 8:00 am This is all fine and dandy when you have someone working with you towards that goal. I am in a transition period from medically retiring from the national guard and hopefully getting disability from the VA.



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