There’s just something about reading about other people’s finances, budgets, and debt-elimination plans that gets me going. I don’t know if it’s because money is something that many people don’t like to talk about or what, but I love hearing other’s money stories. I find them encouraging and I always learn something new.
So when I read Slaying the Debt Dragon by Cherie Lowe and heard her family’s story of getting rid of over $127,000 in debt, I was geeked the whole time. Lowe shares her mess, her faith, and her God-honoring plan that helped get her family from overwhelming debt to debt free. She’s upfront about this journey being hard, really hard, but something that can be done. And Lowe’s book is full of ideas and tips that help you get there. She’s encouraging, real, and funny, all things I appreciate in a writer.
As we prepare to start 2015, it’s easy to think about fresh starts and big goals. Why not decide to get a handle on your finances in 2015 also? Slaying the Debt Dragon by Cherie Lowe would be a great first step.
Bonus! I’m giving away a copy of Slaying the Debt Dragon because I loved it so much and I just know you will too. Comment below with one finance-related goal you have for 2015 and I’ll announce the winner next week. Good luck!