That savings account.
Yeah, you know you need to be a better saver. But how?
Every time you manage to squirrel away a little savings, something happens that wipes out all your hard work.
You feel trapped in a cycle of “save a penny, spend a penny.”
You’re tired of living hand to mouth. You can never get ahead.
And somehow, it all feels like it’s all your fault.
- You feel like a shopaholic.
- Family pressures to spend get the best of you.
- Debt has you in a vicious cycle and you can’t break free.
I believe that you can build your savings, even when life is frustrating.
I’ve been following your journey for over a year and I wanted to say CONGRATS!!! You were so honest and real it took a lot of courage to be so truthful. I am excited to see what’s next…CT Mom
This came at a great time for me too! Partly for money but also just because I’m feeling like life is so hard and I feel like I’m failing at everything. but I can take one more step, that I can do! Thank you!AJ
Just want you to know that I am on my 5th debt sheet for the year and it is only the 4th month. So I am paying off debt like wildfire.Kim
Imagine your head hitting the pillow, and you drift off to sleep. (Without worries about how you’ll pay that bill or if the tires on the car can hold out another month.)
Imagine the Christmas season filled with the simple gift of love and giving freely, no credit cards needed.
Imagine taking the kids on a trip and making memories without the guilt that so often comes with spending money.
When you become a member of the Medium Sized Family community, you’ll learn how to pay off debt and become a confident saver… even when it feels impossible.
Hi! I’m Jamie, and in January 2016, my Hubby and I came to the stark realization that our credit card debt was stopping us from accomplishing every important goal in our life.
We’d been living hand to mouth for a while, despite having a decent income (that never seemed like enough). While I could show you our official “monthly budget”, I couldn’t tell you where the money was actually going.
Once we decided that getting rid of debt and building up a savings account was our top priority, we were finally ready for change. So we came up with some new rules for our family to live by. The small daily habits we established added up to a huge accomplishment over time.
Our family now enjoys taking guilt free trips. We’re building a stronger savings account. And this year, we even had a fully funded Christmas account to use! No more credit cards for us.
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