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  1. James Fowlkes
    January 13, 2011

    Great post! Not sure about the font. It’s pretty hard to read. I pushed through it though ’cause I know your stuff is good. Cheers!

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    • Kevin
      January 13, 2011

      I appreciate it. I’m kinda experimenting with the font so it will probably change.

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  2. retirebyforty
    January 13, 2011

    I don’t like the new font.

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  3. 20 and Engaged
    January 13, 2011

    I made a list of things to do to get “fast cash” (all legal haha) so I’m doing that today. Going to be applying those to my debt. Then it’s time to grind and hustle until this debt is gone forever!

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  4. krantcents
    January 13, 2011

    Change is always difficult and doing something new can be scary. The reward of getting out of debt has to be stronger or more attractive than the difficulties one must go through to get out of debt.

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  5. The Debt Princess
    March 15, 2011

    “Debt is just an over indulgence” I LOVE that quote. It is so true!

    I’m working on getting the money so I can start working on my debt. Right now, it’s just sitting there getting bigger. I don’t like that, who would? I’m going to look more into your blog to see how you started working for yourself. (this is my first post to read on your blog).

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  6. Elaine@mortgagefreeinthree.com
    May 17, 2012

    I love that you are talking about being proactive – going out and doing something positive.

    All over the web I read, be frugal, don’t spend – but I think that is just one half of the equation …………… the other is that you need to increase income.

    “I’ll be back” – in my best Terminator impression LOL

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  7. ryan paredez
    May 21, 2012

    Interesting how you went war style on the theme of the blog.
    Debt is annoying and something some of us fear. The internet is a very powerful tool and can be used to solve a majority of problems we me be having. Those personal resources are always good too.

    Keep on working at it and pay down that debt.

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