Do you want to go on a fabulous family vacation, but you’re still paying down debt? Learn how you can save big on your next getaway while still knocking out your debt! Saving Up for a Fun and Frugal Family Vacation When’s your spring break? Our oldest has hers next month, but she’s already counting […]
In order to produce the podcast and keep content up free for you, I work with partners so this post may contain affiliate links. Please read my full disclosure for more info.
Want to pay off your debt faster? Toni Husbands, author of The Great Debt Dump, shares how you can create your own support network and finally be rid of your debt!
[smart_track_player url=”http://traffic.libsyn.com/couplemoney/CMP_Rewind_3_Creating_a_Community_and_Dumping_Debt_Faster_with_Toni_Husbands.mp3″ social=”true” social_twitter=”true” social_facebook=”true” social_gplus=”true” ]
Today we’re at #3 of the top 10 episodes of the Couple Money Podcast!
Build Your Community, Get Rid of Debt
One of the most effective ways to dump your debt is by harnessing the power of community. Having a support network is critical as you’re bound to have some setbacks on your journey to become debt free.
Even though you two will be there for one another, expanding your network can be rewarding for everyone.
I had a lot of fun talking Toni, author of the Great Debt Dump, in this episode.
She had some wonderful advice on free tools you can use to find your tribe so to speak and keep yourselves focused.
Besides knowing the stats and the studies about getting out of debt with a supportive network, she has the personal experience. If her voice sounds familiar it’s because Toni was on podcast before in episode 6 when she shared her family’s story of dumping six figures of debt.
Besides writing Toni encourages listeners to get rid of their debt with her podcast, Midday Money Show. She’s a wonderful interviewer and motivator so if you haven’t heard a show, please do.
Resources to Dump Debt
If you want to go ahead and start building your community, here are some posts to check out:
- Paying Off Debt as a Couple
- Attacking Debt: Which One First?
- Which Debt Payoff Method Is Right for You?