Debt Reduction Guide: Staying The Course

No Credit Needed Debt Reduction Guide Section Four: Staying The Course Look For Opportunities To Earn Extra Income As you move forward, you’ll begin to get excited about getting out of debt. Now is the time to look for ways to supplement your income. Consider getting a part-time job. Look through your closets for items you can sell on eBay or Craigslist. Have a yard sale (or two). Take advantage of you talents and look for new ways to use them. Learn To Celebrate Your Victories When you pay off your first credit account, take some time to savor the moment. If you are married, schedule a special dinner with your spouse. You don’t have to spend money in order…

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New Theme For No Credit Needed

For those of you who are visiting via the web, you’ll notice that I have made some pretty major changes to the look and feel of No Credit Needed. My old theme isn’t compatible with the latest version of WordPress (the software that I use to manage my websites). I hope that the new theme will make things easier to find. If you have any comments about the theme, I’d love to read them. Thanks for your patience, as I work out the bugs over the next few days. The update to the site will not affect my posting schedule.

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The Mirror, The Magnifying Glass, And The Mountain Top

The Mirror – The mirror serves two purposes. It reveals and it guides. As you look in a mirror, you see yourself, as you you really are. And, if you choose, you can use the mirror as a guide, to make changes to your appearance. Have you taken a look in the ‘mirror’ lately? Are you dealing with your personal financial realities, or are you averting your eyes? I spent years, ignoring the reality of my financial situation. But, three years ago, I decided to take a good long look at myself, and my finances, and I really didn’t like what I saw. So, I decided to do something about ‘my look’. I decided to make some major changes. I…

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