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$50,630.76

Thanks for adding me. I started to get my life in order about a month ago. It is time to tackle the CC debt. Dave Ramsey baby steps seems like a decent plan, and I think I could get "gazelle intense." Spending is well under control and I started selling some smaller items this past month. It feels sort of liberating. There are some bigger ticket items that I will prepare to sell to take chunks off of the mountain. I have $560 cash as an efund and don't use cards. I have been getting organized and came up with an accurate number to attack. That disgusting number is $50,630.76.

I am here for accountability, encouragement, advice, and when warranted- tough love.

Thanks,
Walstib
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