Bye Hubby have a nice day at work.....
Better go meet the girls for brunch
TOTALLY gotta buy a new outfit for that charity dinner tomorrow
OMG like I HAVE to get my roots done!
You are more likely to do this....
Rush through your day keeping to everyone else's shedule
Attempt to work through your to do list
Only to realise another bill is due and you don't have enough money
Leaving you looking and feeling a little like this!
It's OK. I've been there......
To save you time
Ive got some ideas
and anyone can do it EVEN YOU
Dealing with DEBT isnt easy.
Isn't it time you took back some control?
YEAH MISS INDEPENDENT!!!!
Such an ugly word isn't it?
I'm going to share 5 simple ways you can tackle your debt
are you ready?
are you sure?
Let's get started then!
1. Compare all your service providers
Phone and Internet
Home and Contents Insurance
I said compare service providers.
GIRL GET YOUR BUTT OFF FACEBOOK
3. Consolidate your debt into one loan and reduce your monthly payment and interest charges
Don't know how to do that? C'mon girl I thought you wanted to be MISS INDEPENDENT? Go get your google on or ring around a few banks. Once you get the ball rolling its EASY!
Seriously there is no need to tweet about it just get on with it.
STOP GETTING DISTRACTED. YOU CAN DO THIS!
5. Change at least one habit
Invite the girls over for coffee instead of going out
Join a walking group instead of paying your gym membership. Lucky Fido!
Have less screen time to save power
Start menu planning your meals
Take shorter showers
Colour your hair at home or become a hair model
4. Make yourself some extra income
What are you good at?
What do you have that you can sell?
What do you enjoy doing?
What service can you do that other people need?
What business opportunities are around?
What are your limitations?
5. Create a budget.
You've done the hardest bits already Now you just have to put it all in a spreadsheet and stick to it! Don't forget to make it realistic, no point thinking you can live on 2 minute noodles forever BORING
Oh yeah and PLEASE put money aside for emergencies.