I’m Amanda, creator of Centsibly Rich. I know what it’s like to be drowning in debt and only one paycheck away from financial disaster. My family was overwhelmed by a mountain of debt, but we decided to take control. In 15 years, we’ve paid off over $100,000 of debt and built a nest egg that will allow us to retire early.
Over the years, I have developed a system based on practical habits, frugality and positive mindset that helped my family get out of and stay out of debt. My personal financial experiences and knowledge, along with my educational background in psychology and social work have given me a unique perspective on personal finance.
To me, personal finance is 80% mindset, 20% numbers. If you can get your mindset right, the rest will follow.
Are you ready to take control? I encourage you to start with the articles below. And don’t forget to sign up for my biweekly emails and get exclusive information created just for my valued subscribers!
Your Success Is All In Your Head
13 Things You Need to Reach Your Money Goals (Hint: It’s not money)
Asking “How” Instead of “Why” Can Help You Solve Your Money Problems
Who Needs Willpower?! How Gratitude Helps You Spend Less Money
Manage Your Money
Tracking Spending Is the Best Thing You Can Do For Your Finances
Do You Need An Emergency Fund? A Guide To the Best Advice
Are You Scared to Invest? How to Get Past Your Fear and Get Started
This Is the Best Time to Improve Your Finances
No Spend Challenges
Debt Free Stories
How one family paid off over $50,000 debt and paid cash for their house
How one family became debt free living in the most expensive city in the U.S.
What it’s like to be debt free for 20 years
How this couple paid off their mortgage in 5 years
What it’s like to be free of student loan debt
What it’s like to be mortgage free
How being debt free can grant you life choices
How I Paid Off My Student Loans And Escaped The Golden Handcuffs
Debt Free Story: How one couple achieved debt freedom for retirement
Save on Food
How to Create A Meal Plan That Will Work For You
Save Your Money: Try These Alternatives to Going Out to Eat
How to Start A Grocery Pricebook
How I Slashed My Grocery Spending In Half Without Using Coupons