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Rounding it up

  • Hailey paid off $21,000 of debt before she turned 23. How? By budgeting.

  • The road to debt-free living also meant making sacrifices, such as cutting back on going out and putting birthday money towards her repayments.

  • But that doesn’t mean she splurged where necessary, like a pair of Blundstones, a Canadian essential.

  • To those struggling with debt, Haily advises to, “write down your goals and visualize achieving them.”

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Hailey Masterson
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