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Start Fresh Each Day

  March 30, 2016  |    #Live Fabulously

Ready To Start Fresh? My daughter is in Mrs. T’s Kindergarten class. Mrs. T starts off every morning with a hug for each of her 22 students. Her teaching assistant Mrs. A does the same thing, so every child in class gets two hugs before the day even starts. Not every student in Mrs. T’s …

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The Financial Cost of Gay Sex

  March 24, 2016  |    #Live Fabulously

Hi there! You new here? We love that you found our little corner of the web. Here at Debt Free Guys, we’re all about helping people experience the freedom of becoming debt free! Would you love to feel that relief? After reading our article below, see how we can help you more here. The cost …

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Queer Money: Gay Weddings

  March 3, 2016  |    #Live Fabulously

Gay Weddings On episode 2 of Queer Money™, we discussed how perfect gay weddings don’t have to ruin perfect gay marriages. Gay Weddings Guests Amiee Palifroni owns Prisma Weddings & Events in Denver CO that specializes in lesbian and gay weddings. Jessica Ozar is a freelance writer in Atlanta GA whose work has appeared on The Huffington Post. She was …

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Experience People vs. Things People

  March 2, 2016  |    #Live Fabulously

Enlightenment in a Basement 

In 2004, the two of us moved into a friend’s basement apartment. Our friend prefers to call it a “garden level walk-in”, but it does not meet the legal requirements to be called such. Therefore, we call it a basement apartment. Even today we refer to it as “The Basement”. We make fun, but it was a sweet deal for us financially and we fondly look back on our time there. 

Though we didn’t know it when we moved into The Basement, we quickly realized that this was the answer to our financial problems. At the time, we had $51,000 in credit card debt. Shortly after moving into The Basement, we acknowledged our financial foolishness and devised a plan to climb out of debt, no 1980s music montage included. In about two and half years we paid off our credit card debt and in about four years we started shopping for our own home.


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