Negotiate to eliminate current debt. Call your creditors and lenders and create opportunities to pay off less debt sooner.
Make time to do household chores instead of paying for help such as lawn, pest and maid services. Find ways to create family activities for bonding instead of spending. If you need extra help, find cheaper alternatives such as entrepreneurial teens, non-profit programs or people available through online help services.
If you buy things because they make you feel better or for social status, focus on how much better you will actually be when you have financial freedom and can give back to society.
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