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The most difficult part of my financial journey has been mental. In fact, I kind of feel like the past 5 years of blogging has been all about getting my mind right so that I can make lasting financial changes.

In this episode of Girl Gone Frugal (again) I talk about the 7 Mindset Practices that I use to keep myself focused and on task as I work in my debt repayment journey.

My 7 Mindset Practices

  • Money Journal
  • Honesty
  • What’s your blockage?
  • Budgets are bae
  • Pay yourself first!
  • A nuance
  • P.F.B.A.R.-listen to the podcast to know what this stands for 🙂

Mentioned in this episode:

  • Personal Capital – Join for Free-A painless way to manage your budget. Works similarly to MINT but also includes your investment accounts as well. I think it’s a much more comprehensive approach to seeing your finances.
  • Ibotta-My personal grocery app obsession.


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