Anybody else here debt free?

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I'm working on a blog post series that features those who are debt free and would love to interview you if you are.

5 questions:

1. How did you get into debt?

2. How deeply in debt were you at the worst point? What did it feel like?

3. When did you decide to get out of debt and why?

4. How long did it take you to get completely debt free?

5. What advice would you give to someone trying to become debt free?

- If you don't feel like posting here you'd like to PM me feel free.

- I plan to post this on my blog motivatingminutes dot com.

- In case you're wondering, yes, I am debt free at the moment.

- For those of you that have never had to struggle with debt, thanks but I'm looking for those who have had some type of struggle in the past.

-Thanks for reading.
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  • Profile picture of the author Taraka
    Main thing about being debt free is your psychology. Don't ever take "consumer credits", don't use the goods/services, you don't have money for. That's it.
    And f*ck all the industry that promotes credits, credit cards, low-percent loans, and all that stuff. Let these smart marketing guys concentrate on some better things.
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  • Profile picture of the author laurencewins
    Yes, I am debt-free. Ironically enough, my income is lower than it has been for years but, for health reasons, I can still cope with all expenses and save a little as well.

    Cheers, Laurence. Read my Warriors for Hire ad.
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