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Chase Raised Rates on Low Interest Cards

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I read an interesting article on MSNBC about Chase credit cards. There are quite a few people who did a balance transfer to take advantage of an offer with a low interest rate for the life of the balance. I love those kinds of deals and balance transfers have played a huge part in our […]


Credit Card Debt Update – $1,499

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We managed to put a little bit more towards our debt today. That brings our credit card debt total to $1,499. We should be able to contribute $500 more before the end of the month so it looks like we will need to use $1,000 from our savings account to pay off the last of […]


Where Did They Go?

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I’ve been blogging over three years now. In that time, I have watched many personal finance bloggers come and go. It’s hard, especially when you are really into their story or maybe you just love their style (the Bizarros come to mind – they always cracked me up!). Sometimes a blog is just abandoned with […]


A Big Welcome to Rebekah!!

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If you haven’t yet, make sure you read this post from Rebekah – the new Blogging Away Debt blogger. No, we haven’t paid the rest of our credit card debt off yet – but we’re almost there. Beks and I will be blogging side by side for a while as we work to finish off […]


Simple…Yet Very Nice

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The weather yesterday was absolutely beautiful. Instead of being in the house the later part of the day cooking a big ham meal, we decided to head out for a picnic. We still had ham, but it was with crackers and cheese. Instead of sitting at our kitchen table to eat, we sat in the […]


Easter Spending

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Easter spending this year in our household is more practical. Gone are the Easter baskets that you only use once a year and in are the plastic containers that can be reused for many, many things. That meant no Easter grass as well (that has an additional bonus of not finding it around the house […]


Unexpected Discount

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I mentioned earlier today that we had a little bit of help with our latest debt payment. You may recall that I withdrew $400 from our savings account to make sure we could pay in full for some medical expenses that our health insurance wouldn’t cover. They knew that our health insurance wouldn’t cover the […]


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