Tag: financial freedom

Extreme Minimalist Money Mindset

Hello friends, this is Youheum. I used to feel shameful about making money and felt fearful of finances. Today I will be sharing the tools I use to overcome my blocks and scarcity mindset. It may come to surprise that I embrace money as a Minimalist. It is true that I don’t praise material abundance […]

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Top 3 Things I Learned on My Budgeting Journey

(soft music) – Today I wanna share with you the three most valuable things I learned on my budgeting journey. One is awareness. Two is giving yourself permission to do it your way. And three, how I went from monthly budget to a paycheck budget. Awareness. I didn’t realize how important tracking my spending was. […]

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Stopping the Debt Snowball

This one is gonna make the Dave Ramsey purists’ collective heads explode. Yeah but you read that right. We are stopping the debt snowball. Yep yes we know you Yup. Yes we are. No. You cannot talk us out of it! This is honestly what’s best for us and our financial future. And I know […]

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How to Get Rid of Credit Card Debt Fast || SugarMamma.TV

Credit card debt, yay! No, credit-card debt is bad and I don’t care what you’re telling yourself like oh it’s fine I’ll deal with it next month or I’ll wait until I get paid, raise or a tax refund or a bonus, you need to get out of credit card debt today if not, yesterday. […]

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How Minimalist Living Can Help You Pay Off Debt

– I am so excited because today’s show is all about minimalism. (finger snapping) So keep watching. (upbeat music) One of my favorite things in life, right now, is Netflix. I can binge watch a show, I love documentaries, I just love Netflix. It’s a way I can come home after we put the girls […]

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ONLY $70 Mortgage | Financial Freedom

the first house I ever bought cost me $70 a month to live in – would you like to real estate investor real estate broker helping others build their businesses and creating financial freedom so how is it even possible to live for $70 a month while in college I was able to buy a […]

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