Living a Cash Only Life

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This month, I was hit out of the blue with something that could financially cripple me for a few months to come. I am angry with myself, but life, is sometimes not fair. I splurged on my vacation. I went out to lunch one time too many. I bought a new wallet and purse when I barely use the 30 I already have.

I need to be financially smarter.

I need to monitor what I am spending.

I need to be cognizant of my savings.

I need to stop being a dumb consumer.

I need to think.

I have decided to live a cash life; only problem, I don’t know how. It’s not as simple as one may think.  There has to be a method to the madness.  So I have made a business proposition to someone who does, the founder of Built to Prosper Companies.  I have sent a message to Hashim and Debra Francis and requested a copy of the Cashology book series.
Cashology e216ea49eb3ebb76955b0492712563b2_g43s workbook

In return for allowing me to test run the system for 90 days, I will blog three times a week about my progress and what I have learned.

It is not going to be easy for a spoiled and pampered wife, but I must do better. I have to do better. I will do better. But first, I have to learn how.  Give me your feedback if you have tried the cash only life.

Stay tuned as this story develops in the meantime, read more here

2 thoughts on “Living a Cash Only Life

    Cheryl Corbin said:
    December 9, 2012 at 12:25 pm

    Reblogged this on Cheryl and commented:

    This is going to be a 90 Day, I will live this book, review. I am excited about this challenge and hope several of you will follow along with me.

    Cheryl Corbin said:
    December 9, 2012 at 12:24 pm

    Working with Hasheem Francis to live a cash only life and taking a 90 challenge. I will keep you posted on my progress. You can follow along on my blog as I implement the Cashology system into my hectic lifestyle. I would love if some of you will come along with me on this journey. You will also get an opportunity to meet Mr. Francis and his wife Deborah Francis at the Augusta Literary Festival in March.

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