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18 thoughts on “Debt Free Motivation with Budget Girl – Journey to Financial Independence financial girl”

  1. I love seeing you two together and remembering FinCon makes me so happy!! I can't wait to buy a house once I'm debt free! I think I'd like to do the same thing as Sarah with the house hacking by buying a multiple family home 🙂

  2. We just became debt free and the struggle was worth it. I can't wait to get a manicure and go to the store without feeling stressed about staying within our budget.

  3. Dear, could you, please, tell about all those times, when you thought, that you won't be able to continue debt free journey.
    It motivates a lot.
    I'm sure it could get viral

  4. We became debt free this year. It was such an amazing feeling! I am still struggling with saving, with not overspending…still trying to figure it out. But now we are paying an extra $500 to our mortgage monthly, funding sinking funds, and feeling amazing to not ever have a month with any extra debt payments!

  5. My money dreams is to become debt free and start a family. I also want to own a complex and rent out the rest. We are currently on BS2 and living with my parents. But thanks to you Kelly, I found you over a year ago (July 2018) and we have started and repaid our EF multiple times, along with paying off over $15K in debt, cash flowing my medical bills, and being able to pull last minute money owed for 2018 taxes. We still have a long way to go, but if you told us we would have made this much progress before this journey, I wouldn’t believe anyone.

  6. Is it sad that I can't really think of anything I want to do when I'm debt free? I just feel like I'm so behind the curve on life. Once I actually get all my debt paid off, I need to start catching up on retirement savings (I think most people need like 2-3 million realistically) And I need to save for a house so I'm not throwing away money on rent and have that security if I have to retire and don't get a large income anymore. Short of getting a windfall inheritance from a relative I don't know about, I feel like I will always be stuck living at a low level hoping to save up enough for retirement and pay off a house. My dream would be to have a baby, but that takes finding a husband first (at least if I'm doing it the "right"/easier way, no offence intended for any hardworking single mother)

  7. Awesome video Kelly and Sarah. Currently my debt free dreams are being able to be more flexible in terms of work commitments as my health requires, and TRAVEL! The key thing I realised with this video though is that I likely have a lot more dreams that my brain is not yet willing to consider until I get closer to debt freedom.

  8. Great vid Kelly!

    Thinking back, my main motivating factor for getting out of debt was that it was such a new challenge for me. I just graduated college but had a mountain of SL debt and it seemed so overwhelming at first…especially since I had no job, very little savings, and had to move back home with my mom. The sheer challenge of paying it all off in a year kind of…provoked me, lol. As if the debt was saying, "I dare you to pay me off, how good are you at money…really?"

    But now that I'm here, I don't have to worry about that payment and missing out on building wealth…pretty fun!

    Thanks!
    -Matt

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