My Total Money Makeover

Right now a significant portion of my life journey is focused on becoming debt free!  I was already committed to working toward paying off my student loan debt, and when I found Dave Ramsey's Total Money Makeover at my local library I knew the day had come for me to really commit to becoming debt free!

I know that becoming debt free is definitely going to be a long journey, but I am glad to now be on the right path.  No doubt many obstacles are ahead of me, but I feel like Total Money Makeover as well as Financial Peace University are really giving me great resources to get afloat and headed in the right direction.

Dave Ramsey/FPU Resources:
Dave Ramsey's website - www.daveramsey.com
FREE Online Debt Snowball Calculator - http://www.debt-free-christian.com/debt-snowball-calculator.html 
Christian Personal Finance - http://christianpf.com/

Budget Friendly Blogs:
Some of my favorite blogs which discuss TMMOs or Ramsey-style finances.

Taking KARA Yourself - http://www.takingkarayourself.com/
More Than Four Walls - http://mtfw.net/financial-coaching-services/

Frugal Friends:
Some of the best blogs for frugal living tips, budgeting ideas etc.

Budget Bytes - http://www.budgetbytes.com/
Snyder's Tell All - http://snyderstellall.blogspot.com/
GrowingSlower - http://www.growingslower.com/
Stacy Makes Cents - http://www.stacymakescents.com/
Beauty Through Imperfection - http://www.beautythroughimperfection.com/



Think I've Missed A Great Blog Or Resource?  Please let me know!

2 comments:

  1. I agree with you about budgets, but I have been using financial software for years. These days I use Quicken and I can see all I need to know at a glance. I love bagels too, especially with lox. Good luck with the A to Z. You can still sign up you know. Not too late.

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  2. I will have to try to register again then Jo, when I went to the website it said that the linky list was closed. I have yet to try lox but maybe I will have to do so sometime.

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