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Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Stay Tuned

What a few days it has been. We recently had our story published on Business Insider and Yahoo Finance. We are thankful for the opportunity to reach people and talk to them about our financial journey. 

In our last post, we stated we would not be updating the blog much. However, we were overwhelmed with emails, messages, and comments from people who connected to our story. Our mission in this the entire time was to help people who are in similar circumstances. So we plan to do that.

We will be making a post this week going more in to depth with the main questions we have been asked. We will also provide a sample spreadsheet like the one we used.

If you have contacted us with a question, we will be back in touch. Just be patient with us!

Keep paying debt down and having hope. You've got this.

In Christ,
Bryant and Emily Adler

9 comments:

  1. Congratulations on becoming debt free!!

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  2. You guys are awesome! My husband and I are on this same journey right now and you are a total inspiration to us. :)

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  3. You guys are awesome! My husband and I are starting on this journey, and your story is a total inspiration to us. God is so good! :)

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    1. Thank you for your kind words. God is good. Best of luck to you on your journey. You can do this!

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  4. This could not come at a better time. I am sick to death of being burdened by my debts and decided that 2015 is the year I pay it all down. Thanks for sharing your story! Blessings, C.

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    1. You can do this, Chrissie! Thanks for reaching out!

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  5. Congratulations! What an accomplishment. One question I had was, you referred to attacking the smallest bill first. What did you mean by you attacked it? Make higher payments? Or something else? Again, kudos to you both.

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    1. Hello! Thank you! We mean making higher payments than the minimum payment on that loan while paying the minimum on the rest. Then, when you finish that loan, put its minimum payment on your next smallest. Hope that helps! Best of luck to you. You can do this!

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