Why You’re In Debt and What You Can Do About It
- Wednesday, May 22, 2013
You worry about making the payments. You need to make more money to meet your obligations. You’re having trouble saving for the future because your present debt is eating you alive.
Life is stressful enough without having to worry about debt and the emotional unrest it brings to your life.
If you can’t sleep at night and have that constant gnawing in the pit of your stomach because of stress, it’s very likely that at least some of that stress is being caused by debt if you sit down and take an honest look at your situation.
Don’t let debt rob you of your present, your future, or your peace of mind.
It’s just not worth it!
Debt Freedom Is Achievable
I’ve been out of debt (except for my house) for 7 years now. I can honestly tell you beyond a shadow of a doubt that debt freedom is achievable, and that life is exponentially better without that bondage tying you down.
Debt is called “bondage” for a reason.
I can help you do that same thing I’ve done to get out of debt and stay debt free for life.
It’s not an extraordinarily complicated process, but it does take time and dedication.
I can show you how to do it in my soon to be released “Celebrating Financial Freedom” online course. If you would like to keep tabs on the course’s progress and get a special deal when it becomes available, sign up here and I’ll keep you informed.
Has debt had any bad effects on your life? Did you recognize yourself in any of the bullet points above? Tell me about it by leaving a comment.
Article originally published on Celebrating Financial Freedom. Used with permission.
Dr. Jason Cabler is a Christian personal finance blogger, author, and speaker. He teaches how to get out of debt and live a debt free lifestyle through his Celebrating Financial Freedom blog and self study course. His book How to Budget: The Quick and Easy Guide to Making a Budget That Works is now available (more info here). He can be reached for interviews or speaking engagements by email, and can be found on Twitter, Facebook, and Google +.
Publication date: May 22, 2013
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