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In college, I started a small Etsy shop and blog from the storage closet in my sorority house. A few years later, and through a very non-linear journey, that small Etsy shop grew into an internationally recognized sweatshirt brand & that little blog led to bestselling books and a publishing career. Now, I'm obsessed about helping other women uncover what they're made to do and take steps to make it happen, too.
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Debt and confusion when it comes to our money woes can slow us down. If you don’t have clarity or a plan when it comes to your finances, it’s common to feel stressed and overwhelmed.
The uncertainty coupled with the common, underlying need to “keep up with the Jones’” only makes matters worse.
But sometimes hearing how other people just like us have navigated getting out of debt and found financial freedom is the kick in the pants we need to pave our own way to total financial freedom. It’s time to take charge of your finances.
On this episode of SHE, we’re diving into this with Debt-Free Living Enthusiast, Jessi Fearon, and tackling big important questions like:
What are some mindsets to adopt to help us stick to a plan to getting out of debt?
What are some practical steps we can take when we’re just getting started on our own journey to financial freedom?
When growing a family and paying off debt simultaneously, what is the hardest sacrifice and how can we get through it?
How can living debt-free change our spending habits long term?
Plus, Jessi serves up some great advice for those wanting to take charge of your finances and attain a debt-free life but struggle with commitment.
Sister, there is no better time to take control of your finances than right now. When you know your numbers and have a plan to complete financial freedom, you won’t just feel confident – you’ll be empowered to make better decisions for your future, too.
Once you’ve had a chance to listen, I’d love to hear from you.
What resonated with you the most and why? What are you going to do to take ownership of your finances today?
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