Posted April 5th, 2013 by John
Studies show a discernible connection between debt and stress, and while that’s certainly interesting to hear, it should really come as no surprise to those of us who’ve ever been in the red. It’s simply taxing to live behind the proverbial eight ball, regardless of whether we are talking about personal finance, work, or even something as mundane as household chores.
So, the obvious question we need to ask ourselves is how do the 69% of people who report money being their main source of stress, according to the American Psychological Association, lessen the burden on both their wallets and their minds by becoming debt free?
There are indeed a number of strategies you can employ to both minimize the impact of stress while you are working to pay off what you owe as well as make your journey to debt free living as short and inexpensive as possible. Read the full article…
Posted June 13th, 2012 by Tara
Looking for effective ways to get out of debt?
Debt can often be a confronting problem that can start to affect our everyday lives.
The stress that debt can cause can prevent us from sleeping and eating properly, further effecting our health and wellbeing.
With so many options out there, appearing in our inboxes each day, telling us how to get debt free, but always sounding too good to be true, it is hard to know what steps to take to begin paving the way to personal financial freedom.
Here are some tips that will help you to better understand what steps you need to take today to get out of debt faster. Read the full article…
Posted April 11th, 2012 by Ian
Debt is seen by many people to be a bad thing.
If you are in debt, you get included in statistics that highlight why the country is struggling under a mountain of personal finance.
However, the good news is that debt is just like chocolate, wine and food – it’s okay in moderation.
Here are 5 things that everyone ought to know about debt, debt management and debt elimination.
It might make you feel better about your current situation. Read the full article…