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Write Your Debt a Love Letter

I know, I know—the idea of writing your debt a letter sounds a little woo woo.

But as we continue our series on debt reduction hacks, that’s exactly what I want you to do.

Now that you’re ready to pay off your debt once and for all, and you’re clear the type and amount you owe, it’s time to get your mind to a positive and loving place so you can truly deal with it.

In this week’s Financially Wise Living episode, I’m sharing my tips for writing your debt a letter so you can forgive it. I want you to get out all the anger and emotion you may have toward it, and thank it for teaching you lessons that will ultimately be very valuable while you’re on your financial journey.

And as always, if you have questions about debt-reduction strategies, or want help getting your debt management plan in place, feel free to reach out. I’m here to help.

Happy letter-writing!




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