If you are a millionaire, you can stop reading this article right now.
By Leo Babauta Debt is a major problem for a lot of people these days. The problem is, even if they know they want to get out of it, they have a hard time figuring out how to start. If you fit this description, this 12-Step program spells it out for you.
By Leo Babauta My dad and I were talking about his recent financial turnaround, and one of the things he said was that he loves being free of debt.
By Leo Babauta Recently I began to do something in my bank account that would have been unthinkable to me a few years ago: build a (relatively large) cushion in my account, to allow myself to pay all my bills at the beginning of the month.
By Leo Babauta Confession time: I’m a cheapskate. Some would say frugal, which sounds much more positive, but in reality I can be a real cheapskate.
By Leo Babauta
By Leo Babauta When you’ve accomplished a goal or mini-goal, you should celebrate and reward yourself. However, if you do this often enough, and your rewards cost a lot, you’ll soon go broke.
By Leo Babauta
I think I’m a fairly frugal person. I haven’t always been this way, and it’s taken years of simplifying and cutting back on little things, one at a time. And while there are definitely many more things I can scrimp and save on, I’m proud of how far I’ve come already. Here’s how
By Leo Babauta Last week, I asked you all to give me your best advice for getting out of debt. And boy, did you deliver. More than 70 of you chimed in with some amazing advice, and shared your success stories, and shared your failures. It was overwhelming, and I applaud you all.