iChoose2 Eliminate Debt

Welcome to Week #28 of our iChoose2 Love My Life: one-year journey toward living a life you love!

This week we’re choosing to eliminate debt. Your Week #28 video is below. After you watch the video, please leave a comment below sharing how you’re choosing to eliminate debt or a success story have how you’ve already eliminated debt.

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Leigh Ann Napier

I’m iBloom’s Content Creator who loves making our clients’ products & services irresistible to the people who need them. My job is to play with words and help clients tell their story in a way that impacts people, cures an ache, and explains clearly what they do. My favorite part of what I do is helping connect products with people! This allows our clients to make the income they need getting them that much closer to making their personal & professional dreams a reality.
About Leigh Ann Napier

I’m iBloom’s Content Creator who loves making our clients’ products & services irresistible to the people who need them. My job is to play with words and help clients tell their story in a way that impacts people, cures an ache, and explains clearly what they do. My favorite part of what I do is helping connect products with people! This allows our clients to make the income they need getting them that much closer to making their personal & professional dreams a reality.

Comments

  1. Michele says:

    Leigh Ann, thank you for yet another great video!! I LOVE the idea of jotting down the amounts of the items as you put them in the cart. Such a simple idea and will save me alot of stress at checkout! 🙂 I usually have my daughters with me when I shop. They each have a “job”-one has to hold coupons and the other is in charge of the calculator. Now, they will be in charge of a notebook and pen! 🙂 I’ve also started to let them bring their own money to pay for what they want (usually a candy bar at checkout). I enjoyed being able to buy them that “treat” but have also realized that they need to learn that they can purchase those things for themselves. It also helps them get used to working with a budget and learning the importance of paying with cash. Thank you again! Have a great week!! 🙂

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