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Thrifty Thursday: January Update

I really should have been updating on our get-out-of-debt progress each month, but it doesn't really seem like there is much to say--everything is going very well! So, this will likely be a short post (although, I say that all the time and it ends up being way too long--so we'll see.) To recap in a nutshell, back in June 2017, we had about $14,500 in credit card debt. The story of how that came to be is on this post: Budgeting to Pay Off Debt (on a Varied Income).
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