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Because staying in debt isn't an option… Actively seeking a healthier, debt-free life and helping others do the same. Money After Graduation. When Life Gives You Lemons, Add Vodka. Making Sense of Cents. 100 Things I Want. 100 Things I Want. Photo by dMap Travel Guide 1.

100 Things I Want

Meditate 15 minutes each day. 2. Miss minimalist. Sustainable Home, Garden, Food and Fun. Debt Free & Fabulous. If you agree to living a financially savvy life, regardless of past transgressions I invite you to become a Debt Free & Fabulous.

Debt Free & Fabulous

Please submit your blog {or name if you’re not a blogger} and be added to our roster and add a badge to your sidebar so the world can know how awesome you are! Please note: Long term debt for medical bills, student loans, mortgages, etc. that are needed for survival or can be assets, don’t count for this pledge- we’re going to focus on eradicating consumer debt, impulse buys and mindless consumerism! Debt Free & Fabulous Ladies:RachelskirtsThrifty & FitShe’s Pretty FrugalI’m Pretty…4 Hats & FrugalRunning For DummiesEarning My Two CentsMy Lovely Little LifeLife After Laundry Leave No Debt Outstanding If you’ve uploaded the badge and want to take the pledge- email me to be added to the list! Please Choose One The Following Badges For Your Sidebar To Show Off Your Pride or Progress! Living Luxe for Less - Home. Tightwad. Family Travel. Rich Experience. Happy Life.

Living on Less. Motivation and Self Improvement. Life on purpose. A Guy Named Dave. Getting started. Welcome to Project 333.

getting started

This page will tell you everything you need to know to get started and that is the hardest part. After living with only 33 items every 3 months for more than 2 years, I can say that with confidence. The Dollar Stretcher: Frugal Living since 1996. :zenhabits. Living with less, but only the best. Just a Girl trying to find a balance between being a Shopaholic and a Saver.

The Frugal Girl — cheerfully living on less.