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Bonnie

Great tips for staying positive and motivated! My husband and I found that the best way to hold ourselves accountable and manage our budget is to keep track of everything. Little expenses here and there don't seem like much at the time but when you see them all listed out it really adds up!

addyson

nice tip to every one.I loved it.its very helpful to everyone.

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