Budget! Budget! Budget!You need to figure out what your bills typically cost (housing, utilities, car, gas, insurance, food, clothing, entertainment, etc) then figure out how much is going to your debts (student loans, CC's, etc) and see where you can cut back to add to your debt payments.When I sat down and did my budget, I found that I was bleeding about $150-200 a month eating at places like McDonald's or grabbing something not that great at Circle K. $200 a month! Now that I live closer to where I work, I have a bowl of cereal and save my $2-4/day to go to my credit cards....
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