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June 4, 2018 by Shannon Marie

How My Budget Got Me Through an Unexpected Move to a New City

Money was tight, and I had to go. Here’s how I did it.

When I first got the news that I had to move quickly, I panicked. I was already in cutback-mode, and my bank account was depleted...

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