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For some reason, credit card debt is on my mind this week. At the moment I have no balances, I’m living on (and loving) my budget, and the only card I use automatically pays itself off every month – things are good.
But I’m not getting cocky. The debtors anonymous survey tells me I should be very careful with any kind of credit instrument. Heaven knows I’ve spent the last 10 years on and off the credit card roller coaster:
I see three ways we bury ourselves in credit card debt:
You can see I’ve walked through doors 1, 2, and 3 on the credit card gameshow. I’m wondering about your story? How’d you end up with big balances? Have you cleared them now? Are you snowballing? Or still mired down, wondering how you’ll pay it all off?
(I’d love to hear your story. If you’d like to comment anonymously, just make up a name and email address for the comment form.)
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