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I remember it like it was yesterday. My husband and I were at a pre-marital retreat through our church (a requirement to get married there.) They played this game where the couples sat back-to-back, the leaders asked different questions, and you had to raise your hand if the answer applied to you.
A while back, I wrote a post on my site, detailing some of the accounts of my impoverished childhood with my mom and two younger brothers. We were quite poor growing up, compared to many in the U.S. My parents divorced when we were young (both admit responsibility for the derailing of their marriage), and us kids stayed with mom, which was the norm back then.
Want to start chipping away at your debt? Then the best thing you can do is take action. Even if you don’t have a perfect plan, doing something is going to be much more productive than not taking any action at all!
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