Before we started this Broke on Purpose journey any money that I would make working as a digital media influencer I was allowed to keep. Granted at that time I was working within one particular niche so I wasn’t generating tons of income, but it allowed me the ability to treat myself whenever I wanted. Now that we are living on a budget, any extra income that I make now goes straight to our debt. I enjoy it for the split second that it hits my account and then I take out money for tithes and taxes. The remainder then…

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  I’m so excited to announce that The Broke on Purpose Ebook is Here! In this guide, I share with you the three principles that have helped my husband and I pay off over $18,000 in debt just seven months. You’ll learn what it means to be Broke on Purpose and how to take back control of your finances. Plus gain access to 6 free printables that will help you keep track of your monthly budget, outstanding debt, and so much more! Click Here to Purchase the Book Now!   

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I still can’t wrap my head around the fact that it’s October, and we’ve been doing this whole Broke on Purpose thing for seven months.  What I can wrap my head around is the fact that I don’t worry about my bills getting paid anymore. I don’t worry if we’re going to have money left at the end of the month because I made a budget at the beginning of the month, and I told my money where to go. I like to think of it as me being the pimp and our money being the ho.. well you get…

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Blessings on Blessings on Blessings! August was an amazing month for us financially. We stuck to our budget, we practiced discernment and lived content with the things we already had. I spent the first week of August in South Carolina with my family and there were many times where I was tempted to go out and shop, but I constantly had to remind myself that I had everything that I needed already at home. This month we were able to pay off $3000 in debt. If you follow me on Social media you know that my goal was to pay off…

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Some people think that when you’re on a budget or trying to get out of debt that your supposed to stop enjoying some of lifes pleasures cold turkey. . This is absolutely a not true! That’s like telling someone trying to get in shape that eating one candy bar after 5 weeks of intense dieting and exercising is going to put them back at square one. It’s called balance and planning. You can still travel, dine out, shop, and do the things you enjoy, but you have to plan for it. Whenever I sit down and do a Broke on…

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